DeVonta Smith has made his presence known during his first two years in the league.
This season, the Philadelphia Eagles were one of the NFL’s top offenses, and Smith was a massive part of that.
His dominance continued into the postseason, as evidenced by his playoff performances.
.@DeVontaSmith_6 always balls out on the biggest stages 🤩 pic.twitter.com/cleY8lmuyD
— NFL GameDay (@NFLGameDay) February 14, 2023
Smith won the Heisman Trophy during his time at the University of Alabama, the first wide receiver to take home the award since Desmond Howard in 1991.
He is the only player to have over 100 yards in the College Football National Championship and in the Super Bowl as well.
Although the Eagles ended up losing the game, Smith had a stellar performance.
He posted a stat line of seven receptions for 100 yards, and nearly added in a touchdown, had he not stepped out of bounds near the goal line.
Smith ended the regular season with 95 receptions, 1,196 yards, and seven touchdowns.
If his sophomore campaign is predictive of the rest of his career, Smith and the Eagles are in for a real treat.
The Eagles are likely to extend Jalen Hurts in the next few seasons, tying him to Smith and A.J. Brown.
With this lethal trio, the Eagles have one of, if not the best passing attacks in the entire league.
Heading into 2023, the Eagles look to contend in the NFC again, unless teams can figure out a way to stop them.
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