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Eagles haven’t quit, but DeSean Jackson is “On Demand”

Things I took from the Eagles’ 17-10 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium.

The defense played a whole lot better, holding Giants’ running back Brandon Jacobs to 21 yards on 12 carries.

LeSean McCoy, meanwhile, ran for 113 yards on 23 carries, the most important one a 40 plus run down to the three yard line, not meant for a score, but to control the clock and close the game out.

It was also good to see Riley Cooper get five catches for 75 yards, and best of all, Steve Smith’s only catch of the day, a 14-yard touchdown reception against his old team. Steve Smith

Heck, yeah.

DeSean Jackson had one of his best games of the year with six catches for 88 yards. But for a bonehead taunting penalty, negating a 50-yard reception, would have made for a 100-yard day.

Jackson for sure is a weapon.

But he has been a sulking baby on the field.

After a 22.5 average in 2010, Jackson is averaging 16.9 yards a catch this year, the lowest since his 14.7 average in his rookie year in 2008.

What is holding him back?

The lack of a new contract and um, this guy.

Rosenhaus horns

Rumors have it that Jackson is in debt and borrowing off agent Drew Rosenhaus.

Gaud, I hope not.

You think Don King is bad. This guy is a leach.

Be humble like Shady McCoy, do you job, and the Eagles will reward you.

(If they don’t give McCoy a new contract, the Eagles are big time cheap skate back stabbers).

Jackson can be a weapon.

Just look at his 18 yard average in three punts against the Giants.

If this guy continues to miss meetings, put up a stink in private, he won’t be back next year.

And that would be a shame.



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