By Mark Gallagher

For all their talent at wide receiver, the Eagles don’t really have a true No. 1.

Neither Alshon Jeffery nor DeSean Jackson are No. 1 receivers at this stage of their careers, but one of them will likely have to assume that role.

The question is, can the Eagles make up for their lack of a dynamic No. 1 with their depth? Or will not having a Pro Bowl-caliber receiver end up hurting them in the long run?

Philly also has Nelson Agholor and rookie JJ Arcega-Whiteside at receiver, and we can’t forget that tight end Zach Ertz may very well end up being Wentz’s favorite target regardless.

So, the Eagles absolutely have options. It’s just a matter of whether or not their lack of a clear-cut No. 1 guy will be a detriment.