Vincent Jackson probable for Week 14, to the relief of fantasy owners

Dustin Bradford

Vincent Jackson is listed as probable for the Buccaneers for Sunday's game against the Eagles. We break down the fantasy implications.

Vincent Jackson is listed as probable for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Jackson was able to practice every day this week, though he was limited at times due to a calf injury.

Jackson was held to just three receptions for 55 yards last week against the Denver Broncos, but went over 90 yards receiving in both of his previous two outings. He has had at least seven targets in each of his last four games.

Fantasy Impact: Jackson should be a safe start this week for fantasy owners, in case anyone was worried about his health. He takes on an Eagles team that is going backwards faster than any other in the league. Their secondary has given up 23 passing touchdowns this season, with just seven interceptions, making this a prime matchup for Jackson to show off his red zone abilities.

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