Under Eagles HC Chip Kelly, with the potential of much larger receivers creating mismatches and forcing opponents to pick their poison, WR DeSean Jackson is hoping he can go back to the future and make some history in 2013.
"I'm challenging myself to be able to play every position," said Jackson, who's been hinting all offseason that he could be lining up in the backfield as well. "There might be a play or a different position where I normally would not line up or be in, but the leeway of the offense gives us the opportunity to go inside and outside and things like that, so I'm taking advantage of the opportunity to learn the whole offense and be in different spaces throughout the game.
"... I don't have an exact number, but I just want to see myself hopefully scoring at least a couple times a game. I don't see why not, especially with this offense, being able to go out there and be confident at the same time."
We currently have Jackson ranked #39 in standard formats. He certainly is intriguing in a new offense, but his production has been on a steady decline since 2009.