Philadelphia Eagles fans knew they were getting a premier talent at the wide receiver position when they acquired A.J. Brown prior to the start of last season.
Brown’s dominant 2022 campaign was something Eagles fans had not seen in years.

Brown is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL heading into his second season in the system, so what’s in store for the star receiver?


Brown racked in 1,496 yards last season, fourth in the league, and hauled in 11 touchdowns along the way. In just his first season with the team, Brown broke Mike Quick’s record for receiving yards in a season.

Brown was also named to the Pro Bowl and a second-team All-Pro. Talk about a solid start to your Eagles career.


Now as he heads into year two and becomes even more comfortable with the system, coaches, and players, could Brown be even better in 2023?


With Brown, the sky is the limit. Last season showed the connection between Brown and Jalen Hurts, and it didn’t matter how many defenders you put on Brown; he was most likely coming down with the catch. As the Birds virtually return the same starting offense, it’s hard to see how Brown is not as successful as last year or even better.

The Eagles’ offense will most likely run through the ground game again, but with Brown and DeVonta Smith on the outside, there is no reason the Eagles can’t light up the passing game. With Brown’s big play ability and physical dominance on the outside, he is virtually unstoppable.


With so much to worry about on the Eagles’ offense, there’s really no way of shutting down the offense.


So as we head into year two with Brown, I would say it isn’t out of the realm of possibility that Brown is even better this season than last season.

Everything seemed to go the Eagles’ way last season, but that does not take away from the fact that Brown is one of the best wide receivers in all of the sport.


As he now heads into his second season playing along with his best friend Hurts, I expect another monster season from Brown and the Eagles’ offense.

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