Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson was held in check Sunday by the opposing New York Giants. He was held without a score for the second straight game as the Eagles lost to the Giants 15-7.
Jackson caught eight passes Sunday, but only managed 63 yards. The eight passes matched a career high, but his 7.9 yards per reception was the lowest average Jackson has ever had with more than five catches in a game. His longest catch of the day was only 13 yards.
Fantasy impact: The entire Philadelphia offense has struggled simultaneously with the team's quarterbacks. The team entered Week 7 fourth in the NFL in points, but have been held to 10 points -- and no offensive touchdowns -- in the two weeks since, while quarterbacks Nick Foles and Michael Vick have been both injured and ineffective, and third-stringer Matt Barkley has just been bad.
Jackson can't be considered higher than a flex play as long as the quarterback mess is going on with Philadelphia.