DeSean Jackson caught five passes for 62 yards versus the Cowboys in Week 10.
Jackson showcased his run-after-catch ability on a 31-yard screen that set up Riley Cooper's 2-yard touchdown on the opening drive. He drew a 20-yard pass interference penalty on Morris Claiborne on a play that would have gone for big yardage. On pace for a career-high 1,220 yards, Jackson remains a top-25 option against the Redskins porous secondary in Week 11.
The Eagles should take a line out of the Vikings' play book and start using him in the passing game like Harvin
Rip-off!!! He should have scored a 40-yard TD on that 31-yard screen. I saw the path he could have taken and he made the wrong move. The Eagles aren't using him enough and their play calling could be a lot better too.
agreed. Jackson for the most part disappeared and it was the Maclin show almost all game.
its true that jackson is the best wide reciever on the team they have got to get the ball to him more
Hell of a receiver when he wants to be. I think that is why he does not get the ball as much as he could.
i drafted him based on his new contract.. figured he would play harder.. if u read the stat line he is on pace for a career yr. too bad my league needs 80yrds before it counts... :(