The biggest question surrounding the Eagles wide receivers for the 2014 season is how are the 82 catches, 1,332 yards and nine touchdowns that DeSean Jackson took with him to Washington going to be replaced?
There isn’t one answer.
“We have some options,” Eagles wide receivers coach Bob Bicknell said. “Our room is a little different this year. There’s been some change, but that makes it fun. It’s challenging. I like our room.”
From a fantasy perspective, the Eagles wide receiver situation is one to watch this summer. Can Riley Cooper continue his success without DJax and will Jeremy Maclin come back and stay healthy and put up WR1 numbers are two of the biggest questions. Eagle WRs could shape up to be risky plays. We rank Maclin 37th and Cooper 54th, so right now they should only be counted on as depth guys on your roster, but they certainly have the potential to be more.