DeSean Jackson is the most electrifying wide receiver in the game, and he will only be entering his fourth season in the league.
I am tired of reading comments on B/R about how Jackson will never be better than he is. He showed last year he can run routes and will only improve in that area.
His 4.35 speed and uncanny ability to beat the defense deep almost two to three times a game usually wins a couple of games for the Eagles.
Scouts tea-bagged Jackson, calling him too small to make an impact on offense. Since then, Jackson has had a chip on his shoulder, making sure to prove every team that doubted him wrong.
DeSean Jackson's talents allows the offense to be elite.
LeSean McCoy at running back sees huge lanes with Jackson drawing coverage to him.
Safeties play as far as 20 yards back to keep all the plays in front of them, opening up running lanes for Michael Vick as well.
Because of Jackson's elite playmaking skills and speed, teams focus on him much more than they do with Maclin.
Jeremy Maclin is no slouch though. He is the team's most consistent even though he does not get the same recognition as Jackson. Maclin is one half of arguably the best wide receiver tandem in the league.
The knock on Maclin coming out of Missouri was his hands, but he has shown a constant improvement. He is not asked to run fly patterns, but he has the speed to beat any corner in the league.
Maclin will enter his third season in the league and will be asked more and more to run deep routes.