Eagles WR DeSean Jackson had a quiet night against the Seahawks.
"Actually there were quite a few plays called for him," Reid said. "They were making an effort to double him and move a safety in."
But that was it. He could have done more, though. On one play, Jackson ran a post pattern and wasn't the first option. Young scrambled and looked right at No. 10, but the receiver never looked back to his quarterback when it was obvious the play had broken.
NFL Network cameras caught Young afterward talking to Jackson on the sideline. But he just stared blankly off to the side. Jackson appeared to spend more time engaging with the Seahawks than his own teammates.
"If that's what they saw, that's what they saw," Jackson said of the cameras. "I don't have to sit here and answer them questions. My teammates know what it is."
One teammate, though, when asked if Jackson was completely in the game, said: "No, he's [messing] around."
Don't hold your breath for Jackson to bust out with a big game. He's one of the most physically gifted wide receivers in the league but between his alligator arms in Week 12 and his antics against the Seahawks, he's not a trustworthy start the rest of the way.