FantasySP / NFL / Devin Mccourty https://www.fantasysp.com/nfl_player_news/Devin_Mccourty/ FantasySP / NFL / Devin Mccourty Copyright 2018 5296661 <![CDATA[Why the Eagles should stay put at wide receiver]]>
Two receptions for eleven yards. That was Shelton Gibson’s stat line from his rookie year.

After working hard over the offseason to improve on key sticking points – as well as focusing on the positives – Gibson put together a stellar preseason. Gibson looked to be the most improved player on the entire roster: playing faster, showing explosion in and out of his routes and making contested catches. Gibson closed out the preseason with nine catches for 195 yards and two touchdowns. His touchdown against New England was a thing of beauty. Running a sluggo route (slant-and-go), he was able to create enough separation from Patriots safety Devin McCourty with a terrific route, and bring in the short toss from quarterback Nate Sudfeld. Later on in the game, Sudfeld hit Gibson in stride down the sideline for a 57-yard bomb from the shadow of their own goal line. These are plays that Gibson wasn’t making last summer. The second-year receiver looked confident]]>
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