VIDEO: DeSean Jackson Makes Up For Mistake

DeSean Jackson has had no one's idea of a good season. But on Sunday two plays pretty much summed up how 2011 has been going for the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver.

The sequence started with Jackson taking a punt deep in Eagles territory and tossing a lateral across the field to Curtis Marsh, who promptly fumbled it. That gave the Miami Dolphins the ball on the 24-yard line. But Matt Moore fumbled on the next play, giving the Eagles the ball back on the 27.

Three plays later, the Eagles had moved all the way down to the Dolphins 34. That's when Michael Vick lofted a ball to Jackson in the back of the end zone. Jackson brought it down, giving the Eagles a 24-7 lead late in the second quarter.

Jackson now has three catches for 55 yards and a touchdown. That was Jackson's first touchdown since Week 5. He also has a chance to go over 100 yards for the first time since Week 4.


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