The Eagles still like what Torrey Smith offers as a deep threat. Smith's drops have been a problem this year, but he gets open downfield. That stretches the defense. He also draws pass interferences at a high rate. If those were completions, Smith's numbers (36 catches, 430 yards, two touchdowns) would look better. The Eagles will take their chances with a veteran wide receiver who can get open compared to a rookie who's still adjusting to the NFL. Mack Hollins is developing, but he hasn't pushed for more playing time. Before last week, he went three games without a catch. (Then again, he had only three targets.) I'm intrigued by Hollins, but his playing time dipped a bit late in the year after I thought it would continue to ascend. Hollins could be a starting wide receiver next season. Smith is still the starter this season.