The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2012 draft class has a chance to ultimately become the best ever during the Andy Reid era. Simply put, the Eagles did an outstanding job orchestrating this draft.
Howie Roseman and Andy Reid seemed to finally be on the same page with fans, bloggers and beat writers when it came to selecting players in the draft, particularly in the first four rounds. Third-round pick Nick Foles was a mild shocker, not because he’s a quarterback, but more because he didn’t seem like the type of QB Reid usually goes for.
However, by and large, the 2012 draft almost couldn’t have gone any better for the Eagles. They pulled off a few timely and strategic trades and landed players at spots where they were excellent value. It was an impressive job done by Howie Roseman, Andy Reid and the rest of the war room personnel.
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