This article can also be found at NFLTouchdown.com Tom Brady has Randy Moss. Peyton Manning has Reggie Wayne (and had Marvin Harrison for a while). Even Steve Young had Jerry Rice to help make his life easier. In the NFL, a team has a better chance of winning when their quarterback has a dominant wide receiver to throw the ball to. For the Philadelphia Eagles , they have managed to be successful for most of this decade despite all of the years they lacked a true No. 1 wide receiver. Throughout Donovan McNabbÆs career (other than the Terrell Owens saga), the Philadelphia Eagles have never had that true No. 1 wide receiver that sets them apart from the other 31 teams. James Thrash. Todd Pinkson. Freddie Mitchell. All three of these players made up the receiving corps for the Eagles during t ...
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