Danny Amendola had a breakout season last year and is probably the best WR that no one has heard of outside of St. Louis. He could catch 100 balls this season as he does his best Wes Welker impression. How will he fair against the Eagles' big three cornerbacks though? That remains to be seen.
The Rams also brought in Mike Sims-Walker from Jacksonville, who is an above-average receiver. Brandon Gibson showed flashes last season, but was inconsistent at times as well. Youngster Danario Alexander will have trouble finding holes against an elite Eagles secondary.
The Rams start Lance Kendricks at tight end. He is an unproven commodity at this point.
DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin give the Eagles one of the best 1-2 punches in the game. Steve Smith is a former Pro Bowler himself, though, he is still banged up and will not be a factor in this one. Jason Avant has good hands and goes over the middle, and youngster Riley Cooper showed flashes of promise last season, but will likely have a small role.
Brent Celek is an underrated tight end who blocks well and is a solid receiver when called upon.