PHILADELPHIA (AP) - DeSean Jackson went from unstoppable to invisible in two weeks.
The two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver was off to a remarkable start for the Philadelphia Eagles before defenses suddenly found a way to shut him down. Jackson had 16 catches for 297 yards and two touchdowns in the first two games. Then he followed that up with only five catches for 96 yards and no scores in the next two.
``We're doing things similar to what we did early in the season,'' Jackson said. ``First two games, we had success, but teams study, teams make adjustments and that's where we're at right now. Teams saw what we did, adjusted and did a great job.''
Philadelphia (1-3) meets the New York Giants (0-4) on Sunday.

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