All the talk in Philly is about Anquan Boldin.
Well, the talk is really about any wide receiver. As long as Philly fans don't see Kevin Curtis listed as No. 1 on the depth chart, they'll be happy.
I'm not one of them. Contrary to popular opinion, I think the Eagles are just fine at wide receiver.
Now, am I against an upgrade? Of course not, and Boldin would certainly qualify.
My only problem is, how much is a simple upgrade worth?
The Eagles have a glaring need along the offensive line. There is no one ready to step up next to Todd Herremans next year.
We need a left tackle.
I hear the clamor for Orlando Pace, but I'm not on that bandwagon either.
Again, is he better than what we have on our roster now? Of course he is. However, if the plan is to go get Pace for a year or two, why wouldn't they have simply kept Tra Thomas?
He and Pace are the same age, but Thomas plays at a higher level and has missed only eight games in his 11-year career).
Getting Pace doesn't make sense. But then what does?