2. Philadelphia Eagles (12-5)
The Eagles' Super Bowl run last year was pretty out of the blue for most NFL fans heading into the season, but now they're seen as one of the favorites to win it all this year. However, with turnover in several aspects, it won't be that easy, especially losing both coordinators in the same offseason.
Jalen Hurts is back on a big-time contract, and they still have stars on offense, however they did lose a mainstay at guard in Isaac Seumalo, and lost their leading rusher from last season, Miles Sanders. Despite these, they have decent options filling in at both spots, but its notable that this isn't the exact same offense, or likely better, returning next season. Expect a little regression there.
On defense, there's also some big changes. Losing Javon Hargrave is a bigger deal that some may think, as well as losing both starting linebackers last year. They did manage to add top prospect Jalen Carter to the interior defensive line group and added Nolan Smith on the edge. Their star power and depth on the defensive line is expected to be great again.
As for the secondary, they return Darius Slay and James Bradberry, but lost a key cog to the defense in Chauncey Gardner-Johnson. This defense, on paper, most likely will not be the same as last year in terms of the amount of dominance they had, but they will still be very good.
It will be very difficult for the Eagles to replicate the kind of success they had last season, and I don't expect them to. However, they should have another really good season and make the playoffs, and could even make another deep playoff run if things go right.