There's not much that scares the Philadelphia Eagles DeSean Jackson.
That much has been made apparent during his six years in the NFL. Each week seems to find the diminutive D-Jax—all 175 pounds of him—getting in the grill of much larger opponents who eat pieces of poop like him for breakfast.
Never shy to wax poetic about his abilities, Jackson's latest proclamation is that one of the game's elite cornerbacks, and the next man he'll be squaring up against, simply can't keep up with him.
And you know what? That next man, Darelle Revis, didn't really deny it.
So when you're good, especially as a wide receiver—a position where there is never a shortage of confident, braggadocious players—you're allowed to boast about it.
Jackson has been good enough to already reach the short list of elite wide receivers in the Eagles 80-year history, and there's still plenty of time to find himself at the top of it before all is said and done.
Here is another diminutive, smack-talking, football fanatic's take on the men in green who have run the best routes and made the best catches during their time in Philadelphia.