5 Reasons Why DeSean Jackson Will Progress in 2011

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5 Reasons Why DeSean Jackson Will Progress in 2011
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Although DeSean Jackson recorded a career low in receptions in 2010, he was still a big threat for the Eagles.  He averaged over 22 yards per reception and continued to show the explosiveness we've seen out of him since he entered the league.

In a year where the Eagles are really going to make a push for a championship, Jackson will play a large factor in the team's success.  He's one of many weapons on the Eagles offense, but he's still the number one option.

Jackson has had a lot of success in his first three NFL seasons.  Heading into 2011, there's no reason Jackson shouldn't progress even more.  Here's why.

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