Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, DeSean Jackson, celebrates scoring his first of two touchdowns on a pass from quarterback Carson Wentz in the second quarter against the Washington Redskins. Returning to the Eagles after having been cut from the team by Chip Kelly in 2013, Jackson was the star of the game with 8 catches for 154 yards and 2 50+ yard touchdowns, leading the Eagles to a 32-27 victory. Ironically, Jackson played the last three years for the Redskins.
Check out these 6 images from today’s Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins game, won by the Eagles 32-27.
After falling behind 17-0 and 20-7 at the end of the first half, the Eagles came alive with the outstanding play of quarterback, CARSON WENTZ, and wide receiver, De SEAN JACKSON.
JACKSON, who was the player of the game, had 8 catches for 154 yards and two 50+ yard touchdowns. WENTZ went 28 for 39 for 313 yards and 3 touchdown passes. The Eagles gained 436 total yards.
If the Eagles can tighten up their pass defense and continue playing like they did in the second half, they could be Super Bowl contenders.