5 Philadelphia Eagles coaches who should be on a much warmer seat

Doug Pederson (Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports)
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. . . Aaron Moorehead, wide receivers. 5. player. 54

So, just how hyped are you about these Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers?

There’s absolutely, positively no way that the Philadelphia Eagles would get rid of their wide receivers coach after just adding him to the nest during the 2020 offseason, right? Well, they have replaced every wide receivers coach that they have had during the Doug Pederson era.

It hasn’t always been for bad reasons. Mike Groh was actually promoted to the offensive coordinator’s chair. That was a bad move as it was clear that he was in over his head immediately, but in good old Mike’s defense, he was a very good wide receivers coach. That’s the most productive that unit has been during the entire reign of Dougie P.

Groh was actually able to help make Nelson Agholor look like he belonged in the NFL. Fast forward to the present, and though we all know the current man in the chair, Aaron Moorehead, is talented, Jalen Reagor doesn’t look as good as CeeDee Lamb or Justin Jefferson by comparison, JJ Arcega-Whiteside is worse than he was last season, the rookies don’t look like they’re ready for the bright lights, and it’s hard to believe that Alshon Jeffery or DeSean Jackson are hanging on this guy’s every word.

Oh, and DeSean looked the worst that he has ever looked in the few times we’ve seen him. You can blame that on age, but that still sits at the doorstep of the position coach. Aaron Moorehead probably deserves a full year, but these are all red flags. Sure, you can give him credit for Travis Fulgham, but maybe Fulgham’s success is more about, well, Travis Fulgham.