Vincent Jackson not at practice Wednesday, resting up for fantasy playoffs

Grant Halverson

The Buccaneers wide receiver missed Wednesday's practice, but should be back for Week 14. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson (leg) missed practice with the team on Wednesday, according to a report by Buccaneers' senior writer Scott Smith. Jackson is still expected to play in Week 14.

Fantasy Impact: The Bucs' top offensive weapon only managed to catch three passes against the Carolina Panthers last week. He has been held in check the last two weeks actually.

That said, the Panthers have been on fire as a team so fantasy owners can't really hold it against Jackson. Another thing is that the Bucs play the Buffalo Bills this week, a team not nearly as good defensively as Carolina.

Jackson is the type of player that can go off at any given week and even though he hasn't done as well in the last couple of games, the Bucs are starting to win games and upset some teams. Quarterback Mike Glennon is playing well and the Bucs as a team is getting some running back production. That makes Jackson a solid option this week.

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