Do the Philadelphia Eagles have the worst WR’s in NFC East?

Dez Bryant. Odell Beckham. DeSean Jackson. The Philadelphia Eagles have none of these wide receivers.

At a time when the Eagles quarterback race is so heavily scrutinized, a major part of the offense has gone relatively unnoticed. Perhaps that’s because it’s not noteworthy.

Jordan Matthews, Josh Huff and Nelson Agholor make up the top 3 returning wide-outs for the Eagles. Is this the worst WR group in the NFC East?

A case can be made for rest of the NFC East lacking depth to be considered head-and-shoulders better than the Eagles. However, ask any GM privately and they’d likely trade the Eagles corps for any of the 3 aforementioned division rivals. In a heartbeat.

A WR-by-committee approach has worked in the NFL. The 2015 Panthers and several Patriots teams have lacked a true bonafide star at WR and still found success. That’s the high-bar for what could transpire in Philadelphia.

The low-bar? Not sure Eagles fans want to go there just yet. Ironically, all the fuss made over Sam Bradford and Carson Wentz may not matter in the end.

The Philadelphia Eagles have the worst WR group in the NFC East.

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