Michael Vick targeted Jeremy Maclin just three times in the Philadelphia Eagles' season-opening victory over the Rams on Sunday. But Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said he targeted Maclin more than that, in terms of which plays were called, and that he knows the passing game won't really get it together until Maclin is a bigger part of it. From Jeff McLane of the Inquirer:
He is, it can be argued, the most important ball-catcher on the offense. Yes, DeSean Jackson stretches the defense and can score from almost anywhere on the field. But it's Maclin's precise intermediate routes that force safeties to play up and make the home run to Jackson possible.
He led all receivers in catches (70), catches for first down (45),
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