Vincent Jackson finishes with ridiculous numbers for fantasy owners in Week 7

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

Vincent Jackson finished with 200+ yards receiving against the Saints. We break down the fantasy implications.

Vincent Jackson had an absolute field day against the Saints in Week 7. He finished with seven receptions for 216 yards and a touchdown on 14 targets from Josh Freeman.

Jackson told the Tampa Bay Times he wasn't 100 percent as he has been dealing with a calf injury, but it certainly didn't look like anything was hindering him in this one.

Fantasy Impact: One of the biggest signings in the NFC South this past offseason, Jackson continues to put in dominant performances. He was chased down by Malcolm Jenkins on a 95-yard catch and run, just nearly missing a two-score afternoon.

The Buccaneers play a much tougher Vikings defense this coming Thursday night. Jackson likely won't be putting up video game-like numbers, but he looks like he is always a threat for a huge fantasy performance.


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