Stefon Diggs put “dynamic” on display as a rookie with a 129-yard game against Kansas City and a 108-yard game against Detroit. He followed that up in 2016 with three more 100-yard games, including a 182-yard effort against the Packers and 164-yarder against the Redskins.
A former walk-on at two schools (Texas Tech and Oklahoma), Baker Mayfield finished second in the nation in both passing yards (4,627) and touchdowns (43) last season and fifth in total offense with an average of 352.7 yards per game.
Despite sitting the final 11 quarters of the season, Carson Wentz still finished second in the NFL with 33 touchdown passes. He passed for 3,296 yards and steered the Eagles to 11 victories in a 13-3 season.
The 13-2 Eagles have clinched the NFC’s top seed, which gives them the homefield throughout the playoffs. There has been no better NFL home team in 2017 than the Eagles, who remain the lone unbeaten at 7-0.
When it takes decades for Hall of Famers Michael Irvin, Art Monk and Jerry Rice to break your receiving records, you belong in the Hall of Fame conversation. And Charlie Hennigan is deserving of that discussion.