Obviously, this is the best scenario for TO. He gets to play with his team of first choice and so there should be no more bitching and complaining from him next year as he will be fully motivated. The threat TO brings is his run after the catch ability, which you can argue is the best of all the WRs in the league. McNabb isn't going lead him into the endzone with perfect 40 yard spirals, most of TO's damage will be done with short passes, slants, screens, whatever, and his ability to break tackles for long gains. McNabb's scrambling will buy time for TO to get open. And despite being double-teamed, TO is very good at shaking off coverage and finding seams in the defense. I envision TO getting alot of receptions next year, alot. He'll quickly become McNabb's goto guy, no question about it.