Back in June, I detailed what specifically made DeSean Jackson's 2009 season so impressive.
Earlier today, I took a look at some numbers, mostly because I was curious about the Eagles' pass distribution through three games, compared to last season.
What I found was that Jackson's start to 2010 is even more impressive than his performance in '09, which is saying something. It's a small sample size, but let's take a look at the numbers.
I took overall targets, receptions and yards from last year and broke them down by percentage. Note that these are just the top six pass-catchers. No other player had more than 10 catches.
Jackson is still the most-targeted receiver. He is also first in receptions and receiving yards. Take a look at that last column. Jackson's accounting for over 41 percent of the team's receiving yards through three games. Maclin is second in all categories, and Celek third.
And now the difference from last year to this year: