- The Washington Times - Sunday, December 11, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — An 80-yard touchdown reception by DeSean Jackson put the Washington Redskins up 14-13 against the Philadelphia Eagles in the third quarter on Sunday.

That’s the 22nd time in Jackson’s career that he’s recorded a touchdown reception of at least 60 yards. Jackson is just a single long score behind the NFL’s all-time leader in Jerry Rice.

A second touchdown in the quarter gave the Redskins a more comfortable 21-13 lead. Pierre Garçon recorded the most recent touchdown on a 15-yard reception.

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