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Maclin makes a one-handed catch against the Arizona Cardinals.
Coming off a solid 70 catch, 10 touchdown season in 2010, Eagles' wide receiver Jeremy Maclin had a somewhat disappointing 2011.
The University of Missouri alum battled injuries throughout the year and only managed to grab five touchdown passes. In fact, all of his major statistics from the previous season dropped off.
However, Maclin is now back to full health and primed for a break-out year.
Even though fellow receiver DeSean Jackson is happy with his new five-year deal, he is really too inconsistent to be a true number one receiver in the NFL.
Maclin, on the other hand, has a bit more size and is more of a possession type receiver. He also flourishes in the short-yardage game, as he recorded more first down catches last year than any other Eagles' receiver.
I see Maclin as easily passing the 1000 yard mark for the first time in his career and pulling down 11 or 12 touchdown passes.
Predicted stats: 85 catches, 1200 yards, 11 touchdowns