Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson scored two touchdowns more than 50 yards as his team came back to win against Washington.
As the Redskins jumped out to a 17-0 lead early, it looked to be a nightmare begin at Philly.
However, Jackson – who returned to the team which drafted him after stints with the Redskins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008 – established why he’s considered among the finest deep threats of time with just two game-changing plays.
Jackson got the Eagles on the board with a strike from Carson Wentz down the middle of the Area.
Later the teams had been brought by Alshon Jeffery within a score with a grab, Jackson gave the Eagles the lead and also broke in almost identical way for a 53-yard score.
After coming from behind, the Eagles proceeded to win the game and scored again through Jeffery.
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