Steven Jackson probable for Sunday, a viable fantasy start

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St. Louis Rams RB Steven Jackson was listed as probable for Sunday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson was limited in practice this week, including a day's rest on Friday. The team's feature back was listed on the injury report with a bothered foot.

However, Jackson is in no danger of missing today's game versus the Minnesota Vikings. He should be active and starting in Week 15.

Fantasy Analysis: The big veteran back has earned his days of rest during the week. Regardless of his questionable week of practice, Jackson will be leading the Rams backfield on Sunday.

He is a big powerful back that accounts for a good percentage of the team's total offense. Jackson will be a viable start in Week 15 as an RB2 or top-end flex.

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