DeSean Jackson: 'Something special' about Eagles games in 2014

By Will Brinson | NFL Writer

DeSean Jackson will have revenge on the brain against the Eagles.
DeSean Jackson will have revenge on the brain against the Eagles. (USATSI)

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This offseason saw DeSean Jackson cut by the Eagles and quickly land in Washington. As a receiver for the Redskins, he'll get to face his old team twice a year.

And Jackson definitely knows this. Asked on The Arsenio Hall Show if he was looking forward to revenge against Chip Kelly and the Eagles in 2014, Jackson said "there's going to be something special" in those matchups.

"Oh yeah. Twice. Two times. Not once. Twice," Jackson said of playing the Eagles. "For sure those two games, there's going to be something special about those two games for sure. I got to definitely go up on that, for sure."

Jackson would be crazy if he didn't have revenge on the brain when it comes to the Eagles. They flat-out dumped him after the best season of his career.

When he signed with the Redskins the first thing I thought about was Jackson playing Philly twice a year.

Those games could very well decide the winner of the NFC East. And if Jackson is the difference maker, that could swing the balance of power in a very winnable division.

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