Strongest teams going into the post season are the eagles, chargers and ravens IMO...not the best records but there playing good ball when it counts.
Conversely, The Eagles are, though I doubt few that only watch them sporadically realize this, playing as well as any other team in the NFL right now. Their defense has quietly become one of the top ones in the league and the intensity and passion of Brian Dawkins and company is unmatched. McNabb has been better, not fantastic, but better. Truth be told, there are few quarterbacks still playing at this point of the year that don't have similar ups and downs, especially now that Peyton is out. McNabb is playing adequately right now, perhaps not well enough to win a Super Bowl but I can't put my finger on any quarterback that I feel is throwing the ball exceptionally well. His backfield also is of great help as Westbrook, arguably one of the most dangerous back in the league, is looking healthier, and Correll Buckhalter is really coming into his own. While I still think the Birds would benefit from having a power back (like Jacobs for example) for the sake of variance, both of the aforementioned are running successfully. Their receiving core is above average as well (though not on the level of the Cardinals for instance), particularly now that Kevin Curtis is back and playing proficiently.
Aside from clock management and special teams coverage, I don't really see any major weak points.
Truth be told, I'm a big Eagles fan but they didn't look all that great on the offensive side of the ball. Their defense, as I predicted, was solid to say the least but the high winds and chilly temperatures put a hurt on the offense a bit. Curtis dropped a home run ball and twice they struggled to get in from inside the five on first and goal, only converting once there. The special teams coverage looked adequate after the opening kickoff but there were still too many dumb mistakes and penalties for me to be as confident as I'd like to be going into next week at Arizona. Still should be enough to beat that team though, provided someone shoots Larry Fitzgerald in the leg sometime this week.