Over the past few seasons, DeSean Jackson has become somewhat one-dimensional. This is a knock on how the coaching staff uses him within the offense, not his talent and capabilities.
Whenever Andy “saw something [he] liked,” DeSean would consistently be sent deep to try and connect on the home run. Sure, he would have one or two big catches a game, but he would seem to disappear otherwise. Some claim that it’s his lack of size that limits him as a number one receiver, while others still cling to the belief that he will not go hard over the middle.
Since day one, Chip has preached that his goal is to get the ball into the hands of his best play makers. The name that instantly comes to mind is DeSean Jackson. Chip proved on Monday night that when DeSean Jackson has the ball in his hands, he is deadly. He is an every-down weapon. And he can still do that “going deep” thing too, as was seen by the 25 yard touchdown he hauled in on a deep crossing route.
Let’s look at a couple of plays w...