Comcast NFL Red Zone stat of the week - Even more Desean Jackson

The Eagles "stat of the week" is brought to you by Comcast and the new NFL Red Zone channel

Last week's stat of the week had to do with none other than DeSean Jackson. As much as I'd like to mix things up and talk something different, the kid just keeps putting up more and more numbers...

With 178 receiving yards against the Giants and 140 against the 49ers, Jackson became the first Eagle in 42 years with as many as 318 or more yards in a two-game span. The last with a more productive two-game stretch was Ben Hawkins in 1967, with 347 yards in consecutive games – 150 in a loss to the 49ers on Oct. 15 at Franklin Field and 197 in a loss to the Cards on Oct. 22 at Busch Stadium.

Comcast is carrying the new NFL Red Zone channel. NFL Red Zone lets you follow all the red zone action on NFL Sunday as it happens. When a team gets inside the twenty, the network cuts to that game. It's a fantasy player's dream.

They don't ever break for commercials and the action literally never stops. They don't just limit it to red zone trips either... I was watching last weekend and they would show any game live if no team happened to be in the red zone. This is probably the best thing ever invented for an NFL fan that's looking for something to flip to when the Eagles game goes to commercials...

Best of all, you see this all in HD.

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