Jackson may be losing targets to Riley Cooper, but don't fret; his production has been as solid as ever over the last two games for the Eagles. There is still plenty of ball to go around with the way quarterback Nick Foles has been slinging the pigskin of late.
Jackson has combined for 230 receiving yards and two touchdowns over his last two games. Jackson will get to face the Washington Redskins this Sunday, a team he tormented in the opening game of the season. Jackson hauled in seven passes for 104 yards and a touchdown in that contest. Facing a porous Washington secondary, it's a virtual certainty that Jackson finds the end zone once again.
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