Tag Archives: DeSean Jackson

  • Could This Be The Greatest Relay Team Ever? (Pic)

    Could This Be The Greatest Relay Team Ever? (Pic)

    That’s right!  Four of the fastest men in the NFL may be spending their lockout season sprinting past the competition, much like they are accustomed to doing while playing football. The Kansas City Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles tweeted this message to the Eagles’ DeSean Jackson, the Titans’ Chris Johnson and the Vikings’ Adrian Peterson.  We’re still […]

  • The 10 Greatest Plays of 2010 (Videos)

    The 10 Greatest Plays of 2010 (Videos)

    While the holidays are cluttered with annual year-end lists, there are few I anticipate more than the ones commemorating the best plays of the year. While it’s impossible for a play to encompass the tone of an entire year of sports, running through the best plays of the year always seems to serve as a […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 12/19/10 – Michael Vick

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 12/19/10 – Michael Vick

    Let this be a lesson to all teams in the National Football League:  Never count out the Philadelphia Eagles because as long as they have Michael Vick in their line-up, anything is possible.  Even coming back from a 31-10 fourth quarter deficit, as he and his teammates proved yesterday afternoon during their game against the […]

  • The No Fun League (GIF)

    The No Fun League (GIF)

    Here is a look at how Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson capped off his 91-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter of last night’s 30-27 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.  As you may have already known, such acts are not tolerated in the NFL, which according to some stands for the No Fun League. […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 12/12/10 – DeSean Jackson

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 12/12/10 – DeSean Jackson

    The Philadelphia Eagles’ DeSean Jackson may be small in stature, but when it comes to big-play receivers in the NFL, they don’t get much bigger than him.  His game-changing ability was on display once again last night in a game against the Dallas Cowboys as he hauled in only four catches, but he sure did […]

  • 20 Overzealous and Over The Top Celebrations (Videos)

    20 Overzealous and Over The Top Celebrations (Videos)

    Passions run high in sports, especially in moments of triumph, but at some point, you have to say “enough is enough.” You may be taken by the moment, but that doesn’t give you license to act like an escaped mental patient during your celebration. There is no better example of such misguided zeal than the […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 10/26/09 – DeSean Jackson

    The Stat Line of the Night – 10/26/09 – DeSean Jackson

    Total Pro Sports – In what was their first game against an NFC East division opponent, the Philadelphia Eagles wanted to get off to a quick start.  Doing so would undoubtedly put them in a good position against a Washington Redskins team that does not field a very threatening offense. It did not take DeSean […]

  • Cost of Having Fun in the NFL: $60,000 For 6 Eagles Players

    Cost of Having Fun in the NFL: $60,000 For 6 Eagles Players

    Total Pro Sports – Somewhere in the midst of Jake Delhomme throwing his 9th interception in 2 games, Donovan McNabb fracturing his ribs and numerous shots of Michael Vick pacing about in the directors box – is he also banned from sitting down at an NFL game? – a pretty lame celebration went on. Who […]

  • Fantasy Football : Should You Fear The Sophomore Jinx

    Fantasy Football : Should You Fear The Sophomore Jinx

    Total Pro Sports – When it comes to drafting second year players, this year’s fantasy football roster offers a lot of options.  The only question is should you fear the sophomore jinx? Here is a look at some of last year’s rookies who performed well and whether you should worry about going after them in […]

  • 2009 NFL Draft: 2nd Round Dollars, 1st Round Talent

    2009 NFL Draft: 2nd Round Dollars, 1st Round Talent

    Total Pro Sports – Over the last decade or so, NFL drafts have become increasingly more predictable. Technology has certainly been a factor in the evolution of the “draft science”, as the wireless revolution and the Internet has made information easier to assimilate, and much more available. By and large, NFL scouts and other talent […]