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DeSean Jackson to start opener

Wed, Sep 2nd 10:38am EDT
By Brian Naylor


DeSean Jackson will not appear in the Redskins' preseason finale, but team sources report he will start Week 1 of the regular season. (Source: Redskins Official site)

Fantasy Impact: Jackson has been out with an AC sprain in his right shoulder since August 6th, that he injured during a training camp drill. Jackson should be another beneficiary of the Redskins' decision to move to Kirk Cousins as the starting quarterback as he posses more of a threat passing the ball from the pocket than Robert Griffin III.

Category: Injury Updates

Breaking Football | Sep 2nd
D Jax has proven his worth the past two years. PPR value isn't quite as good and QB play has hindered him, but he's still a top 25 guy at worst.
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
I am not too high on any players from Washington D.C. this season. I would like to see Robert Griffin turn things around a bit before I get too excited. But like any team there will be yards gained and touchdowns scored. Jackson ranked as the 16th best fantasy receiver in standard leagues last year and 24th in PPR. He was a boom or bust option as he averaged 20.9 yards per reception. He may finish slightly higher than the 22nd wide receiver I have him at here, but in head to head leagues consistency sometimes outweighs total numbers.
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Hard-pressed to improve his 56/1,169/6 line from '14 as the Skins emphasize a more balanced offense.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 2nd
Jackson had is typical low reception season (56), but he also tallied 1,169 yard and six receiving touchdowns. Those low reception totals make him a WR3 in PPR leagues, but the big plays give him WR2 value in standard leagues.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
1,000 yards for sure, but the TDs will be between 5 and 8. He is top 25 material.
RotoBaller | Aug 8th
So, this happened… Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson went on record and explained to the NFL world how good he thinks he is and there’s not anyone in the league that could cover him. Richard Sherman? Nope. Darrelle Revis? Not a chance. A cheetah wearing a Dick LeBeau Halloween face-mask? Never. That’s right –... Read More
RotoBaller | Aug 6th
If you’re gonna talk a big game about how the most powerful cornerbacks in the league can’t even stop you, you should first make sure you’re also immune to inanimate objects. Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson went on the record the other day with ESPN’s John Keim, expressing that “I don’t think no one... Read More
Breaking Football | Aug 6th
DeSean Jackson recently said no corner in the NFL could stop him. Karma just may have. Per reports, the Washington Redskins star wide receiver went…
Breaking Football | Aug 5th
The notorious boom or bust wide receiver DeSean Jackson quietly put up 1,169 yards on 56 receptions and 6 touchdowns a season ago. Now he’s…
SoCalledFanEx | Jul 5th
Our latest hacking Fantasy football series covers and interesting debate: DeSean Jackson vs. Brandon Marshall. Jackson's ADP fluctuates between Rounds 5-6, but each receiver is drafted very close to one another. Jackson is in his second year with Jay Gruden and an unclear quarterback situation. Marshall finds himself in his first year with a New York […] The post Hacking Fantasy Footba...