The Philadelphia Eagles have some of the best weapons in all of football, and they are putting the league on notice.

We all know about Jalen Hurts, who has been one of the best quarterbacks so far in 2022 and is having an MVP start. The league knows about A.J. Brown who has a combination of size, speed, and strength like no one else.

Of course, there is also DeVonta Smith, a guy who has the potential to be one of the league’s best receivers, and Myles Sanders, one of the best running backs in the NFC this year so far, and a vital part of one of the best rushing attacks in the league.

But, there is another player who is making a big jump this year that people don’t talk about enough. The Eagles made a move last year to help this guy stand out more.

Dallas Goedert has been that guy. Just ask offensive coordinator Shane Steichen.

“He’s been tremendous,” Steichen told the media. “Shoot, he led the team in receiving yards with five [catches] for 82 [yards], he continues to grow every single week. He is so strong and powerful, he makes a ton of plays, and he was awesome in the run game.

“Everything he does every day in practice, it shows up on Mondays and Sundays. He is continuing to be a better player every single day, and credit to him, credit to Jason Michael, our tight end coach for preparing him every week. He’s been awesome.”

Goedert was the backup to Zach Ertz just last year. The Eagles had faith in the potential that Goedert was showing, so they made a move a lot of people questioned at the time. They traded Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals.

Goedert has been amazing to start the year. As Steichen said, he led the team in receiving last week. No, it wasn’t Brown, Smith, or even Quez Watkins. Instead, it was the guy that no one thought would make this big of an impact.

You can see that he has been so good in the offseason and training camp that Steichen is drawing up plays to help Goedert thrive. The best part is that he is 27 years old, so he is still in his prime, meaning he could only get better.

Goedert will thrive in this offense, and fans should be excited to see what he can do for the Eagles in 2022.

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