Eagles draft picks 2014: Do you approve of the Jordan Matthews selection in the second round?

Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports

We know who the Eagles picked. Now it's time to overreact.

The Philadelphia Eagles' second selection in the 2014 NFL Draft was wide receiver Jordan Matthews from Vanderbilt. He's a big, physical target that seems to fit exactly what the Eagles like out of their wide receivers. Head coach Chip Kelly confirmed Matthews will immediately step in as the Eagles' new slot receiver. In other words, Jordan Matthews is the new and improved Jason Avant.

I like the pick. I think it makes a lot of sense. Mike Kaye had similar things to say when he first reported the Eagles were targeting Matthews earlier on Friday afternoon.

Some reading material:

1) Initial post on the selection of Jordan Matthews.

2) The reactions to the Jordan Matthews pick seemed really positive. Let's see if the poll reflects the same notion.

3) Chip Kelly was excited by the Matthews pick. Once again, he said Matthews will be the Eagles slot receiver.

Overreacting isn't just fun; it's mandatory. It's time for you to weigh in on why is this the best/worst pick of all time. Tell us how you really feel and vote in the poll below.

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