Post-Draft Outlook:BEST PICK: Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The Eagles went into the draft hoping running back Knowshon Moreno would fall to them. He didn't, but Maclin, who was considered the second best wide receiver in the draft behind only Michael Crabtree, did tumble. Maclin is a bigger version of DeSean Jackson and will give quarterback Donovan McNabb another valuable target with terrific run-after-the-catch ability. Maclin also is an excellent returner. A closer look at the Eagles' picks: Round 1/19 -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, 6-0, 198, Missouri...Eagles didn't target him, but as he unexpectedly fell, they traded up from 21 to 19 to grab him. He's a slightly bigger version of DeSean Jackson. A guy who can get in and out of his routes and is very good on bubble screens and hitches and slants -- all a big part of the Eagles' offense. He has return experience, which will allow the Eagles to lighten Jackson's load. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/07/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin has played three games against the Chicago Bears, catching 14 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown. This time against the Bears, Maclin seeks his third straight game with 100-plus receiving yards, something he did not do over his seven-year career with Philadelphia.
10/05/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin caught 11 passes for 148 yards, giving him back-to-back games with more than 100 yards receiving; he had 141 yards on eight catches in last Monday night's game against Green Bay. It's only the second time Maclin has pulled down 100 yards or more in receiving in consecutive games. He also did it with Philadelphia last year. The back-to-back 100-plus yard effort is the first time it's been done by a Chiefs receiver since 2011, when Dwayne Bowe topped the mark in consecutive games.
09/29/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin finally broke through in the Chiefs offense, but it only came because of the two-minute drill that K.C. ran for the entire fourth quarter as they tried to slice the margin against the Packers. In the first half, Maclin was targeted twice by quarterback Alex Smith, but did not make a catch. He finished the game with eight catches for 141 yards, including a 61-yard catch and run late in the fourth quarter.
09/14/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin was targeted nine times by quarterback Alex Smith in the Chiefs victory over Houston, catching five of those passes for 52 yards. Maclin had a 39-yard catch wiped out when the Texans challenged the officials ruling on the field of a catch on the sidelines. He was open for another long pass play and Smith overthrew him.
09/13/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin made a positive impact, even with modest overall numbers. Maclin finished with five receptions (on nine targets) for 52 yards, but his ability to stretch the field opened up the middle for tight end Travis Kelce and the flats for running backs Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis. "I probably could have used him more," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said of Maclin. "He obviously created a little space there for (Kelce) because he had a pretty good game."