I apologize about using the same picture but finding one with all three isn't as easy as you may think.
For the first time in a very long time, the Eagles have a true trio at the WR position who can strike fear into any opposing defensive coordinator.
I've been an Eagle fan for over 20 years and can't think of one unit that were as lethal as this one can be.
DeSean Jackson is just gold, he isn't your prototypical WR, but he makes you eat that thought if that is how you choose to defend him—in a matter of just one step.
Jeremy Maclin came into his rookie season displaying tremendous body control, speed, and power. I fully expect him to be more of a focal point now that he is a year removed from his rookie season.
Then we have the elder of the trio, Jason Avant, who is entering his fifth season.
Avant went basically unnoticed for his first few seasons and it seemed as if all of the sudden, the Eagles had a diamond they weren't even aware of.
He has quickly made a name for himself within the Eagles community as "Mr. Third Down" and rightfully so.
However from this point forward, I'll refer to him as "The Tax Payer" also.
"It's called taxing, you go over the middle, you're going to have to pay a tax. You can do business there, but you're going to get taxed—and that tax is getting hit. You get used to it"
That is a remark you can find on Avant's profile on the Eagles official website.
In his career, including playoffs, Avant has converted 32 of 37 third downs—which is just mind boggling if you remember some of the third downs he's converted.
The good thing, all three are young players, Jackson and Maclin are the youngest but Avant isn't to far ahead.
The bad thing, how does QB Kevin Kolb make all three happy?