With a meaningless 34-26 victory over the New York Giants in the Meadowlands, the Philadelphia Eagles season reached its disappointing conclusion on Sunday. No Super Bowl. No playoffs.Nothing but questions about where it all went wrong and how to get it fixed in time for 2015.Its hard to believe it was only Thanksgiving when people were talking openly about which seed the Birds would wind up with in the postseason. Now folks are wandering through the dark, wondering what it all meanswhether the 2014 campaign was a success or failure.I suppose it depends on what your expectations were going in.If you thought Philadelphia was a legitimate contenderfor one, you were wrongthen this season probably feels like a giant waste of time. Nothing got accomplished. Not Chip Kellys first playoff win. Not a high enough pick in the draft to land a franchise quarterback. Nothing.Only that would be wrong, too. Its disappointing to hear people talk about a 10-win season as if there was nothing positive to take away. How quickly we forget this team had a 4-12 record just two seasons ago.The biggest takeaway of all is the Eagles were only in Year 2 of Kellys program. Rebuilding doesnt happen overnight. This franchise entered the season with many of the same needs it had when the new head coach first arrived, and yet still managed to post double-digit victories in back-to-back years.The real question is whether or not Kelly has the organization on the right track. Dont get me wrong, there were some positives, as you would expect from a 10-win season.Unfortunately, there are also a number of reasons to be leery about the future.Begin Slideshow Click here to read full news..