6 Red-Zone Threats the Philadelphia Eagles Should Target in 2012 Draft

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6 Red-Zone Threats the Philadelphia Eagles Should Target in 2012 Draft
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The 2012 NFL Draft features a slew of promising red-zone threats the Philadelphia Eagles should target, whether in the form of a running back, wide receiver or tight end.

The team recently locked up DeSean Jackson for the next five years, and that gives quarterback Michael Vick a handful of playmakers in Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, LeSean McCoy and Brent Celek.

Drafting another red-zone threat might be a good idea, though, considering Jackson is at his best on the deep ball and lacks the strength to go across the middle effectively. The team needs a bruiser or an all-around player who can go across the middle and score touchdowns inside the 20-yard line.

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