After an inconsistent performance with several drops at Chicago, Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews came back to catch nine passes for 104 yards. Matthews, a second-round pick from Vanderbilt, showed tremendous poise in his second preseason game.
Matthews saw extra snaps thanks to injuries to Jeremy Maclin (hamstring) and Riley Cooper (foot). His snaps are going to be limited if everyone is healthy, but that's proving to be difficult for the team's starting receivers. He's an upside pick in the later rounds, but he may not play starter's snaps right away (or even this season).