WR Vincent Jackson NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Vincent Jackson took the final step to becoming a top ten fantasy receiver last year with another productive campaign. For the year Jackson totaled just under 1,200 yards receiver, and he snagged nine touchdown catches from quarterback Philip Rivers.
With great physical tools and a continuing understanding of his position, Jackson has proven to be a player fantasy owners can count on for good play.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Jackson has one of the best quarterbacks and is in an explosive offense with the Chargers. This group is primed to have another great year as they actually face a better passing schedule this season. Last year they had one of the hardest schedules to pass against (coming into the year), and it didn’t seem to phase Rivers or Jackson.
Expect this connection to post another fine season as they should walk away with the AFC Western Title once again.
June 24th, Update: Jackson is facing a possible suspension at some point this year and is entrenched in a holdout this summer. While I don’t believe Jackson will be traded this summer their are rumors he could be on the move.
– Go0d Size And Speed
– Touchdown Maker
– Great Weather
– Great Offense
– Can Go Through Small Cold Streaks
– Has Had Some Off The Field Issues
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Vincent Jackson
Vincent Jackson | San Diego Chargers | No. 83 | WR
Height: 6-5 Weight: 230 | Born: 1/14/1983
2009 games played 15 | games started 15
2010 Experience: 6th season
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 10):
Packers, Saints, Raiders
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Projected Rankings Against the Pass And Schedule Link For Vincent Jackson Found Below.
NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com