Everyone associated with the Redskins expects WR DeSean Jackson to play, though he left early last week against the Jaguars with a shoulder issue. Jackson certainly doesn't want to miss a matchup with the team that released him last March. Coach Jay Gruden is hopeful.
"He's a reckless player, a fast player, and if he's not 100 percent he's not worth being out there," Gruden said. "But he's a tough kid. I think he'll get it right."
Philly has gotten it right in the second half of both its victories, the first team to rally from 14 points behind in each of its first two games to win. Coach Chip Kelly's emphasis on speed and conditioning has shown.