As Philadelphia Eagles wide collector DeSean Jackson celebrated in the end zone during the main quarter of Sunday’s down against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, Eagles focus Jason Kelce was heard shouting, “Welcome back!”
To be sure.
Playing unexpectedly since Week 7 due to a lower leg injury, Jackson pulled in a long pass from quarterback Jalen Hurts and wrapped up with his legs in transit to a 81-yard score.
Jackson presently has 25 profession scores of 60 or more yards, the most in NFL history.
Jackson loosened up down the correct side, high-ventured out of a Chidobe Awuzie tackle endeavor prior to doing a somersault into the end zone.
It was his fifth getting TD of 80 or more yards. That is tied for the most in NFL history with Jerry Rice, Lance Alworth, Bob Hayes and Derrick Alexander, as indicated by ESPN Stats and Information.