Rich Hofmann: No comparison for DeSean Jackson's magic | Philadelphia Daily News | 12/15/2009
DeSEAN JACKSON leaves you open-mouthed in wonder. It is what he does. He does it with these big plays, enormous plays, game-changers. You would think that opposing defenses would take him away at all costs, but it hasn't happened, not yet. Once or twice a game, they leave him so free that the defender isn't even in the frame of the snapshot.
Eagles Notes: Eagles look to improve tackling | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/15/2009
"The obvious was we missed too many tackles," Reid said. "We have to do a better job there, and that's fundamentals."
Reid not happy about Jackson head butt | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/14/2009
The Eagles aren't saying it, but there's a fairly good chance the team called the league office today to offer some friendly advice about that head butt Giants safety Aaron Ross gave Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson late in the third quarter of last night's 45-38 win. Ross didn't draw a penalty, although replays clearly showed him hitting Jackson in the face mask with his helmet after an incomplete pass near the Eagles' sideline. It appeared as though Jackson initiated the exchange with some words. Eagles coach Andy Reid said that he had a clear view of the play.
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Hey Jerry Jones, you know that real life is already in 3D right?
Jackson was the Giants' worst nightmare - NFC East Blog - ESPN
And in the biggest game of the season to this point, Jackson was by far the best player on the field. Even the stoic Andy Reid can't suppress a smile when he's asked about his precocious star. Jackson isn't much for sideline decorum, so he's often in Reid's ear offering up helpful suggestions such as, "They can't cover me, coach!"