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One player this season that fans want to see more production in 2013 is defintely former Pro Bowl wide receiver, Desean Jackson. His production being described as underachieving over the past few seasons is definitely an understatement. But D-Jack has expressed that he wants to make a statement in 2013.
"I want to be the best player I can be and make a statement," Jackson said. "We just want to put everything from last year behind us and go out there and win. I want to go out there and help contribute to that."
Well one thing is for sure the past few seasons he hasn't done that. Last year he had career lows in yards(700), catches(45) and TDs(2). He still has a lot to prove that he can be that playmaker he once was but he says the main thing with this Eagles team that has been an issue in the past was guys drawing unwanted attention to this ball club.
"I feel we want to be a team that flies under the radar," Jackson said. "The main problem in the past was guys going out and saying things in public which put pressure on the rest of us in the locker room.
Jackson has admitted he has a history of getting down on himself when things don't go his way or how he plans which kills his confidence and his performance out on the field. But this week's game against the Redskins is just what the doctor ordered. Jackson has owned the Redskins throughout his career. The playmaker has recorded six total touchdowns against Washington all over 35 yards with an average of about 63 yards per touchdown. This numbers like this and a quick start to the season Monday night, expect the confidence to just build and a breakout season for the young wide receiver.