A year removed from being the Eagles' first draft choice of 2018, Dallas Goedert is ready to explode onto the scene.
Today Eagles tight ends coach Justin Peelle talked about the second-year receiving threat, and it's safe to say he's been impressed by him.
When Goedert was drafted, he was never meant to be an eventual replacement for Zach Ertz. Instead, the Eagles will want to get both Ertz and Goedert on the field at the same time since they are both matchup nightmares.
After putting up 334 receiving yards on 33 receptions and getting in the endzone four times, Goedert will be poised to improve on those numbers in 2019. Wentz loves to throw to his tight ends, so his numbers are sure to improve if Wentz is able to stay on the field for all 16 games.