Yes, I know it's a bad idea. But just let me imagine a completely hypothetical scenario for a moment that has no basis in reality whatsoever...
Imagine a world where DeSean Jackson doesn't demand a contract that pays him between $10M/yr. with $20-25M guaranteed. Instead imagine a world where he is willing to settle for $7M/yr. with like $8-10M guaranteed, which for the record is only slightly more guaranteed money than we paid Jenkins.
Then imagine a world where the Eagles, so desperate to move Jackson are willing to accept a 2nd round pick rather than the typical 1st round compensation for the franchise tagged Jackson.
Then imagine that the Falcons decide that they are going all-in with a dynamic spread offense. They hire a new OC (Gus Malzohn or somebody!) that really understands the spread attack and the strengths and weaknesses of this current (and future personnel). We're going to run a base 3-WR offense with Jones & Roddy on the outside, Jackson in the slot. And we're going to throw the ball a lot. And to offset the running game, guys like Jones & Jackson are going to get a lot of carries on end-arounds. We're going to run some wildcat, we're going to get these guys in space, and be dynamic with bubble screens, and teams aren't going to have a clue for the most part what is coming at them each Sunday. Jackson essentially fills a combo role that combines what Percy Harvin/Devin Hester/Josh Cribbs are for their respective teams. They even name a brand new position for him, called like the "X-Factor" and this takes the NFL by storm.
And then imagine that Mike Smith is so good a coach that he can manage the egos and get Jackson to buckle down and be more about the team rather than the showboating, me-first player he's always been.