Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff could be in line for a big game in Week 6. Michael Perez AP Photo
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff has flashed at times over his first two NFL seasons, but he has yet to show any consistency. After a big Week 5, where Huff racked up 83 yards and a touchdown, the Eagles are hoping he can build on that success against the New York Giants in Week 6 on Monday Night football.
Huff will likely be asked to play a larger role in Week 6 because wide receiver Nelson Agholor will be sidelined with an injury. Huff played a season-high 42 snaps in Week 5, and he is likely play the same number or more against the Giants.
Entering Week 6, the Giants have had arguably the worst pass defense in the NFL, and the Eagles should attack via the passing game early and often. If Huff can get in space, he will take advantage of a secondary that will be without their top cornerback -- Prince Amuakamara. Watch out for Huff in Week 6.
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