Forget Josh Huff. The Eagles have much bigger problems than their about-face on the troubled wide receiver, who head coach Doug Pederson said Wednesday would be in the lineup on Sunday, only to show the wideout the door on Thursday. Huff is replaceable. Although he was developing into a quality kick returner, he had all of 13 catches as a wide receiver. The Eagles and Carson Wentz still need weapons, just not the kind Huff was toting around in his car, along with some pot, when he was stopped by police on the Jersey side of the Walt Whitman Bridge. The Eagles big problem is this: Their offense is seriously challenged, unable to throw the ball down the field. And their rushing game is spotty, with their backs seemingly taking turns putting the ball on the carpet at the most inopportune times.