Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson scored two touchdowns over 50 yards as his team came back to win against Washington.
As the Redskins jumped out to a 17-0 lead early in the second quarter against their NFC East rivals, it looked like a nightmare begin in Philly.
However, Jackson – that returned to the group which drafted him in 2008 following stints with the Redskins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers – established why he is considered as one of the best deep threats of time with just two game-changing plays.
First, Jackson got the Eagles on the board using a 51-yard strike from Carson Wentz down the middle of the Area.
Next, after Alshon Jeffery had attracted the teams Jackson gave the lead to the Eagles and broke in almost identical fashion for a score.
The Eagles proceeded to win the game and felt through Jeffery, after coming from behind.
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