VIDEO: DeSean Jackson Walk-Off TD Completes Epic 28 Point Fourth Quarter Comeback For The Eagles

DeSean Jackson had the chance to finish off an already epic fourth quarter comeback and he did.


(h/t to @andyhutchins)

The Philadelphia Eagles had come into the fourth quarter down 24-10, trailing a New York Giants team that seemingly had the best of the Eagles the entire game. Jackson himself was having a poor day and had fumbled away a chance at beginning the comeback itself early into the quarter. Eli Manning took advantage of Jackson's fumble by tossing a touchdown to tight end Kevin Boss, making the Giants lead 31-10. Michael Vick and the Eagles offense charged through the last eight minutes of the half to tie the game at 31. Vick himself had a rushing touchdown and a majority of his 130 rushing yards on the day.

Then Jackson was presented with the opportunity to win the game for the Eagles after the Eagles scored with 1:16 left in the game. The Eagles defense shut down the Giants offense when it needed to most and left the game in the hands of the Giants special teams. Rookie punter Matt Dodge punted the ball almost directly to Jackson, who used his muff of the punt to run almost straight through the Giants punt return coverage on his way to the end zone.

Looks like Jackson's foot isn't that hurt after all.

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