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Did Eagles do enough in offseason?
Warren Sapp pointed to the talented pieces that fit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 4-3 defense when he played. Sapp said when he looks at the Philadelphia Eagles, making a switch from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 defense, he doesn't think the Eagles have the linebackers to fit the switch. Sapp said he likes what coach Chip Kelly is doing on offense with the addition of quarterback Matt Barkley and tight end Zach Ertz, but as far as defense goes, he's not impressed.
O'Hara on pressure facing Ponder
McGinest's AFC East draft grades
The Buffalo Bills did a good job addressing their needs, but they need to win in order for their picks to be considered successful.
McGinest thinks the New England Patriots brought in quality players, but he doesn't see any of their acquisitions as real game changers.
Better outlook: EJ Manuel or Geno Smith?
O'Hara believes EJ Manuel has a better outlook heading into this season with the Buffalo Bills because of his unique situation. As a first-round pick from a new coaching staff, Manuel most likely will step in and start, according to O'Hara. Sapp thinks Geno Smith has a good opportunity to earn the starting position with the New York Jets. Sapp thinks Smith could replace Mark Sanchez, and would have more weapons to work with than Manuel.
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