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Patrick McDermott / Getty Images Just like every other team in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles will enter the 2012 season with their own set of question marks. Some of their problems are a carryover from last year, while other issues have newly arisen. Regardless of where they came from, or when they formulated, they must be addressed. Here are 10 issues that the Eagles will face and an explanation as to why the team will survive.   Rob Carr / Getty Images Offensive Line Not only did the Philadelphia Eagles enter last season with new starters at four different positions along the offensive line, but were also bringing in a new offensive line coach as well. What began as a huge concern for the team, eventually turned out to become a tremendous asset. Although they started the season a bit shaky, Howard Mudd’s unit developed chemistry once Danny Watkins found himself in the starting lineup and finished the season ranked as Pro Football Focus’ second-best line. It’s true that Jason Pe...
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