Fred Jackson has valiant fantasy performance in loss

Rick Stewart

Fred Jackson racked up 120 yards from scrimmage against the Titans. We break down the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills RB Fred Jackson had his best game of the season in Week 7. Against the Tennessee Titans, Jackson had nine carries for 71 yards and led the team with eight catches for 49 yards and a TD, for a total 120 yards from scrimmage.

The Bills went on to lose to the Titans 35-34.

Fantasy Impact: As expected, Jackson got almost equal playing time with C.J. Spiller (Spiller got 18 touches compared with Jackson's 17), but both of them thrived against Tennessee's woeful defense. Jackson is definitely back at 100% after injuring his knee early in the season, and he and Spiller can both be solid flex options going forward.

Jackson and the Bills get a bye in Week 8. After that, it's a tough fantasy matchup against the Texans' brutal defense.

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