Remaining opponents' winning percentage:
.560 (28-22 combined record) Best chance to win:
Two .500 teams--Tampa Bay(Sunday) and Washington (Dec. 23)--are the only remaining opponents that don't have winning records. Outlook:
The Eagles are certain to secure their first top-10 pick since 2000, when they selected defensive tackle Corey Simon at No. 6. After losing eight straight games with an injury-riddled offense and papier mache defense, the Eagles have a legitimate shot at drafting No. 1 for the first time since they picked Hall of Fame linebacker Chuck Bednarik in 1949. Biggest position of need:
This depends on who's running the show once head coach Andy Reid gets fired. A defensive overhaul is coming after the Wide-Nine scheme that Philadelphia deploys failed miserably this season. Third-round 2012 pick Nick Foles has four games left to show he can be a franchise quarterback. If he fails, Philadelphia could address the position early in the first round for the first time since choosing Donovan McNabb at No. 2 in 1999. -Alex Marvez
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