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Top 5 Wide Receivers In The NFC East

Top 5 Wide Receivers In The NFC East

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Do any Philadelphia Eagles belong on this list? Has Jordan Matthews done enough in training camp to crack the top five? Did Jeremy Maclin’s torn ACL from 2013 keep him off? This list will constantly be updated throughout the season, but find out here who the top five wide receivers in the NFC East are entering the 2014 NFL season.

5. Jeremy Maclin

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5. Jeremy Maclin

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Coming off a season-ending injury in 2013, Jeremy Maclin is under a ton of pressure for Philadelphia in 2014. He is arguably the team’s most skilled receiver, and they will need him to have the best season of his career.

4. DeSean Jackson

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4. DeSean Jackson

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DeSean Jackson is not higher on this list because he has more than likely maxed out his potential. He is unlikely to catch 80 balls again, but still is one of the best deep threats in the game.

3. Victor Cruz

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3. Victor Cruz

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He could easily be in the No. 2 spot, but coming off a down year, combined with his ability to only play in the slot, Victor Cruz is the third rated receiver in the NFC East heading into 2014.

2. Pierre Garcon

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2. Pierre Garcon

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This guy is one of the most underrated receivers in the NFL. Pierre Garcon is a catch machine, so look for that to continue this season.

1. Dez Bryant

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1. Dez Bryant

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Dez Bryant has it all, and is arguably a top-three wide receiver in all of football.