In 26-year old TE Brent Celek’s first four years with the Eagles, he played in 64 games in which he caught 161 passes for 1,978 yards (12.3 avg) with 14 TD grabs. But this year, Celek has played in all four games for the Eagles and he has caught only 8 passes for 67 yards (8.4 avg). 24-year old Clay Harbor is starting to emerge at TD for the Eagles. He has played in all four games for the Eagles so far this year and he has caught 4 passes for 72 yards (18.0 avg) with 1 TD grab. As a rookie last year, Harbor played in 9 games for the Eagles in which he caught 9 passes for 72 yards (8.0 avg) with 1 TD grab. I think one of the big reasons that Michael Vick likes throwing more to Harbor than Celek is because he gets down the field more. Vick rarely looks to throw shorter passes unless he’s going to Lesean McCoy out of the backfield.