What Jordan Matthews does have is chemistry with Carson Wentz -- one of his best friends -- along with a deep understanding of Doug Pederson's offense. Both were evident in his second game back last season when he sprang loose for a 56-yard touchdown against the Tennessee Titans. He played 36 percent of the snaps on average and usually received two to three targets per game in 2018.
Last year Matthews caught 20 balls for 300 yards, averaging a career-best 15 yards per catch. He's only 27 but is more of a slot receiver than a deep threat.