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The Pittsburgh Steelers are getting back Troy Polamalu and James Harrison this week.
That, to go along with the 190.3 passing yards per game allowed, doesn't bode too well for Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson.
Jackson is the No. 1 receiver for the Eagles, especially with Jeremy Maclin dealing with hip injuries. This makes him the main player the Steelers secondary will target and focus on, which will lead to many double-teams.
Jackson comes into this game after catching his first touchdown of the season against the Giants.
In fantasy, he has fluctuated. His fantasy totals the last four games are: 7, 11, 4 and 15.
He has the ability to break one at any moment, which makes him a dangerous player. But with the stingy Steelers defense and the return of Polamalu and Harrison, I can't see him getting much room to work with.
Look for someone else like James Jones or Lance Moore to fill Jackson's spot.