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Wentz completed just 1-of-7 deep-ball attempts, but head coach Doug Pederson wasted no-time taking a shot downfield, dialing up Torrey Smith’s number on a deep pass that was slightly under thrown on the Eagles’ first offensive snap of the game.

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PHILADELPHIA — Still a work in progress, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz already sees the impact of having a deep-threat on offense and expects to see the likes of Torrey Smith and Alshon Jeffery figure as bigger parts of the game plan in the near future.

Wentz completed just 1-of-7 deep-ball attempts, but head coach Doug Pederson wasted no-time taking a shot downfield, dialing up Torrey Smith’s number on a deep pass that was slightly under thrown on the Eagles’ first offensive snap of the game.

1) We can put to bed any concern Torrey Smith lost a step.
2) There’s really no excuse for Wentz missing this throw except timing. #Eagles pic.twitter.com/uhDoCxUDcL

— Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardoPHL) September 13, 2017

Even though it’s only one game, Wentz says that he’s already seeing a difference in how the Eagles are being defended compared to a year ago when the receiving corps was comprised of Jordan …read more

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