NFC East Dynasty Capsule: Philadelphia Eagles

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the last edition of the dynasty capsule, we took a look at the short and long-term fantasy potential of Donovan McNabb and his new teammates on the Washington Redskins. Today, we analyze his old franchise, the Philadelphia Eagles. After eleven years with McNabb at the helm in Philly, Andy Reid finds himself in uncharted waters as he gives Kevin Kolb the keys to the offense.
While most franchises would surely take a step back with a QB change of this magnitude, the Eagles have enough talent surrounding Kolb to make the transition much easier. Let’s take a look at the dynasty talent in the City of Brotherly Love.
Players in their Prime

DeSean Jackson WR
Most fantasy owners would have been pleased with a repeat of the 62 receptions, 912 yards, and 2 touchdowns Jackson provided in 2008. Instead, Jackson exploded for 1,156 yards and nine receiving touchdowns in 2009. When you add another two touchdowns on the 441 return yards he provided, you have a No. 1 ...

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