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Nelson Agholor has had a string of bad luck. Can he recover.

PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 17: J.C. Jackson #27 of the New England Patriots defends against Nelson Agholor #13 of the Philadelphia Eagles who can't make the catch for a touchdown in the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on November 17, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Patriots defeated the Eagles 17-10. (Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images)

Nelson Aghalor solidified himself as one of the major parts of the Philadelphia Eagle’s offensive machine. As an essential part of their Super Bowl run Aghalor caught pass after clutch pass alongside Zach Ertz and Jeffrey making the Eagles receiving core one of the best in the NFL.

Aghalor has developed a different reputation this season dropping not one but two game winning or tying passes in prime time for the entire world to see. The Falcons drop was a clear touchdown that would have locked in a game for the Eagles. This recent drop last night against the Patriots would have tied the game up 17-17 and increased the chances of the Eagles to win the game.

The Nigerian Aghalor is a quality NFL wide receiver talent and is just in the middle of a slump like when Terrell Owens dropped multiple passes for the Cowboys. He’ll get his swag back and continue to ball out in the NFL.

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