Through the first half of the season, the Eagles offense has struggled. The team knew they had to go out and get some help, and they did just that by adding Golden Tate as another weapon for Carson Wentz to target. The Eagles now have great depth and a lot of options for Wentz to choose from with Tate, Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, Zach Ertz, and Dallas Goedert. However, it seems like the Eagles might add even more to their offense in the coming weeks, as it appears Mike Wallace might be ready to return later this season after there was initial fear he would miss the rest of the season.
#Eagles WR Mike Wallace will ditch the walking boot soon. Believes he could be running within two weeks. From there, it’s a matter of getting in game shape. Very possible he can make a return this season.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) November 7, 2018
Wallace fractured his fibula in the first half of Week 2’s loss to Tampa Bay, and the Eagles offense has struggled without having a receiver who can take the top off of defenses and allow players like Jeffery and Agholor to get open in the short/medium passing game. If Wallace is able to return, the Eagles passing offense should be considered one of the most lethal attacks in the NFL, and it could become even more dangerous if another player like Mack Hollins or Richard Rodgers can return from Injured Reserve as well.