Philadelphia Eagles Have A Trio Of Three Headed Monsters On Offense

June 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We've all heard the phrase a team throws around when they have three talented players at one position; it's generally known as the three-headed dragon or something along those lines. How about when a team has a fleet of them—what do you call that? A modern day pterodactyl. It's actually ironic if you take a minute to think about it—how deep and talented the Eagles depth chart could finally be. For over a decade, the Eagles were plagued by two things—injuries, which is to be expected in the NFL, and mediocrity at skill positions. Now in 2010, the Eagles have offensive play-makers all over the field and McNabb gets traded—like I said, it's kind of ironic! Moving on, lets take a look at the "Three-Headed Dragon" the Eagles have at their disposal for years to come.Begin Slideshow

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