Eagles Should Stop Talking and Actually Make a Move For a Wide Receiver

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Published: April 12, 2009


... star receiver to throw to that made their lives a little bit easier.

Steve Young had Jerry Rice. Peyton Manning had Marvin Harrison. Even Troy Aikman had Michael Irvin to help the Cowboys win three straight Super Bowls in the 90’s.

For most of his career, Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb has played without that star wide receiver. He and Terrell Owens had the potential to be one of the best dynamic duos in NFL history after they connected for 20 touchdowns in 21 games from 2004-2005. Unfortunately, the Eagles released Owens halfway through the 2005 season after he became too much of a headache for Joe Banner and the rest of the franchise to handle.

Even though their relationship never made it through two full seasons together, Terrell Owens may be considered as the most talented wide receiver McNabb has ever played with during his ten-year career. The Eagles need a No. 1 wide receiver if they ever want to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history.


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