Published September 17, 2013
| Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA – LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson are quite the dynamic duo.
Both players are thriving in Chip Kelly's offense, helping the Philadelphia Eagles put up prolific numbers through two games.
McCoy leads the NFL with 237 yards rushing and Jackson is first with 297 yards receiving. Together, they've combined for more yards (653) than nine different teams.
McCoy, a 2011 All-Pro, ran for 184 yards in a win over Washington in Week 1. He was held to 53 in a loss to the Chargers on Sunday, but he caught five passes for a career-best 114 yards. Jackson, a two-time Pro Bowl pick, followed up a 104-yard performance in the opener with 197 yards receiving vs. San Diego.