Jordan Matthews

#81 WR / Philadelphia Eagles / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 212 lb Age: 23 College: Vanderbilt Bye 8

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    Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Reaches end zone Thursday

    Matthews notched three catches (on five targets) for 60 yards and one touchdown during Thursday's loss at the hands of the Lions. Without the garbage-time, 24-yard score, Matthews would have logged his third straight subpar performance. Mark Sanchez served as the starting quarterback during most of that span due to a hit taken in Week 10 by Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion), but the latter is nearing a return to health. If Bradford is cleared for the Eagles' next game on Dec. 6 at New England, as expected, Matthews will look to turn around a disappointing campaign over the last five contests.

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    Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Held to 13 yards against Tampa Bay

    Matthews caught four passes off of four targets for 13 yards in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay. Week 9's 133-yard explosion seems like a distant dream as Matthews was held to his lowest yardage total of the season on Sunday and under 25 yards for the third time in his past four games. Despite sizable team leads in both targets and receptions, Matthews has topped 60 yards receiving just three times this season. It is possible that racking up yardage is simply not part of Matthews' game, as he exceeded 60 yards just four times in his impressive rookie season. That fails to explain his lack of scores, however, as the second-year wideout has caught a touchdown just once since Week 2 after finding the end zone eight times as a rookie.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Just three catches in loss

    Matthews caught three passes for 21 yards in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Dolphins. One week after he seemed to redeem himself for early-season struggles with a monstrous performance against Dallas, Matthews was only targeted five times in the Eagles' fifth loss of the season. The Dolphins zeroed in on taking him away, and Sam Bradford and Mark Sanchez both looked elsewhere in the passing game. Matthews is still the Eagles' No. 1 option in the passing game, but if opposing defenses have the ability to take him away with coverage, his numbers could see a dip with Sam Bradford's status uncertain for Week 11.

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    Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Bounces back with huge night

    Matthews caught nine passes for 133 yards and the winning touchdown in Sunday's 33-27 win over the Cowboys. After an inconsistent first seven games of the season, Matthews clearly put his bye week rest to good use. He rid himself of the drops that had plagued him all season, catching plenty of crucial passes from quarterback Sam Bradford, including the final play of the game, a 41-yard strike in overtime. Matthews remains on pace to set the team's single-season record for catches, and has favorable match-ups against weak defenses in the next few weeks.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Eagles WR Jordan Matthews goes three straight games without a TD

    Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews had five catches on seven targets for 44 yards Sunday against he Saints. After breaking the 100-yard mark in Week 1 and scoring a touchdown in Week 2, Matthews has now gone three straight games without a score and has not passed the 50-yard mark over that span. Quarterback Sam Bradford continues to spread the ball around -- he connected with nine different receivers Sunday -- and Matthews has had a number of passes go through his hands. He's still likely to lead the team in targets, but he'll have to make more of them into receptions to make a bigger fantasy impact.

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    Eagles WR Jordan Matthews held in check in Week 4 loss to Redskins

    Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews caught just three of his eight targets for 50 yards in Sunday's loss to the Redskins. Despite being targeted on nearly 30 percent of Sam Bradford's throws on Sunday, Matthews was unable to make a significant fantasy impact, even as quarterback Sam Bradford tossed for 270 yards and three scores. Despite the disappointing performance in what appeared to be a favorable matchup, Matthews remains Philadelphia's top target in the passing game, as no other receiver was targeted more than four times in this one. The second-year pro will look to get back on track in next week's home matchup against the struggling Saints.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Eagles WR Jordan Matthews hauls in six passes in Week 3

    Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews had six catches on eight targets for 49 yards, all of which led the team during Sunday's 24-17 win over the Jets. Quarterback Sam Bradford's lone touchdown pass went to running back Ryan Mathews, but Matthews continues to be the clear top receiving option in Philadelphia. While his receiving yards have decreased in each game this season, there's still plenty of upside for Matthews despite a tough Week 4 matchup against the Redskins.

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    Eagles WR Jordan Matthews goes for 80 yards, TD in loss

    Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews caught six of nine targets for 80 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-10 loss to Dallas. If you just looked at the boxscore, you'd assume Matthews was involved and had a solid game. That was not the case, however, as he had two ugly drops early in the game, and did not catch a pass until around the four-minute mark of the final quarter. He ended up catching a short score with 1:21 remaining to post the only Eagles' touchdown of the game. It wasn't just Matthews that struggled, as Sam Bradford also had a tough time, committing three turnovers, including a back-breaking interception in the end zone during the second half. Philadelphia's offense will look to get on track in Week 3, traveling to New York to take on the Jets.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Eagles WR Jordan Matthews hauls in 10 passes Monday

    Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews was quarterback Sam Bradford's favorite target in Monday's loss to the Falcons. Matthews was targeted a team-high 13 times and caught 10 passes for 102 yards. His longest catch was 25 yards and he failed to score a touchdown. Matthews is beginning his second season in the league and the 10 receptions set a career high.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Rookie WR Nelson Agholor signs with Eagles

    The Eagles have signed 20th overall pick and wide receiver Nelson Agholor, per ESPN, which is further reporting that the four-year deal is worth about $9.4 million and includes a $5 million signing bonus. Agholor is expected to compete for a starting spot outside or in the slot, where Jordan Matthews found success for Philadelphia a year ago.

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