In the last two games, the Eagles receiving group is flying high.
Another week has flown by. The Philadelphia Eagles have won again to bring their record to 11-1. It’s been a battle. During Weeks 12 and Week 13 alone, they survived a shootout with the Green Bay Packers in primetime, and wide receiver A. J. Brown got his revenge and closure versus his former team, the Tennessee Titans.
The last time we checked on the State of the NFC East, we ranked the division’s defenses. This time around, we take a few moments to discuss receiving corps. Judging by the past two weeks, there’s much to discuss.
All four teams in this division can run the ball pretty well, but they can put up numbers through the air when they have to (except for the Giants). That’s what you want to hear when it comes to teams that are primarily known for their rushing attacks.
The NFC East is loaded with game-changing receivers. Most make their quarterback look great on Sundays. With so many NFL teams doing all that they can to air the ball out, it seems like as good a time as any to rank each team’s best and/or leading receivers. Here’s what we came up with.