DeSean Jackson is the most electrifying wide receiver in the game.
His 4.35 speed and uncanny ability to beat the defense deep almost two to three times a game usually produces a couple of wins for the Eagles.
Scouts criticized 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 talent allows the offense to be elite.
LeSean McCoy 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 usually have a safety over him, leaving one-on-one coverage for Jeremy Maclin.
A couple of seasons ago, Brent Celek had a breakout year because the middle of the field was open for him. Why? Because of DeSean Jackson.