Eagles WR DeSean Jackson will have a career year. Right now, the standard is 2009. Jackson had 62 catches for 1,156 yards and nine receiving touchdowns that year.
I’m not sure if Jackson will get in the end zone more in 2013, but I think he’ll set career highs in catches and receiving yards. Kelly is no dummy. His offense will be based on getting the ball in his playmakers’ hands, and that means plenty of touches for Jackson.
Defenses will often be forced to bring a safety up, because if they don’t, Kelly will run the ball all day long. That should mean more opportunities for Jackson to do what he does best: get deep.
Jackson has been a standout in the offseason and it seems like he could be one of the players to really benefit from Chip Kelly's offensive system. Jackson is a big-play player, but with that often comes inconsistency - big points one week and just about nothing the next. Right now, he's still best suited as a WR3 until we see that change.