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Jeremy Maclin Goes Off Against The Buccaneers – Video

Jeremy Maclin TouchdownWatch this great highlight video featuring the coming out party for Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The Eagles first-round draft pick finally got to show his stuff this past Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Maclin set a record for an Eagles receiver, after catching six passes for 142 yards and scoring two touchdowns in a 33-14 victory over Tampa Bay. Check out this video of Maclin’s touchdowns and his breakout day.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first Eagles rookie with two 40-plus touchdown receptions in a game. Maclin’s 142 receiving yards were the third-highest single-game total for an Eagles rookie behind Don Looney’s 180-yard effort at Washington in 1940 and Hank Baskett’s 177-yard game against Atlanta in 2006.

The Eagles have the potential to be a very dangerous offensive team. Unfortunately, the defense has been incredibly inconsistent thus far. As an Eagles fan, the defense is very troublesome to me. It is ironic that as great as the offense has been this season, it has had nothing to do with Michael Vick. I have said it once and I’ll say it again, I think Vick is a waste of time, money, and a roster spot for the birds. Regardless, congratulations to Jeremy Maclin for an excellent game and here is hoping for more to come.

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