RB - IND
This Week Outlook
Deon Jackson carried the ball three times for 10 rushing yards while also failing to see one target in the Colts' 38-10 Week 17 loss to the Giants.
Jackson has failed to take advantage of the continued absence of stud running back Jonathan Taylor, finishing with less than 60 total offensive yards in each of the last five games for the Colts. The 23-year-old should once again have minimal involvement on offense for an Indianapolis team limping to the end of the season with a Week 18 contest against the Houston Texans at home.
Deon Jackson hauled in all three of his targets for nine receiving yards in the Colts' 20-3 Week 16 loss to the Chargers.
Jackson has been a non-factor out of the Colts backfield of late, failing to reach at least 10 rushing yards in four of his last five games for the club. The running back should be left off rosters ahead of a Week 17 road contest against the New York Giants.
Deon Jackson rushed 13 times for 55 rushing yards while also hauling in his lone target for one receiving yard and one touchdown in the Colts' 39-36 Week 15 loss to the Vikings.
Jackson had a mostly mediocre day out of the backfield for the Colts that was only saved by a one yard receiving touchdown. The running back could have sneaky appeal in PPR formats in a Week 16 contest against the Los Angeles Chargers in which the team should be playing from behind for much of the game.
Deon Jackson hauled in all four of his targets for three receiving yards while also rushing once for seven rushing yards in the Colts' 17-16 Week 11 loss to the Eagles.
Jackson failed to do enough with the four catches he recorded, posting 0.75 yard per reception average as a clear afterthought in the Indianapolis backfield. The running back offers sneaky value in PPR formats but not enough to roster unless stud running back Jonathan Taylor misses time.
Deon Jackson (knee) practiced in full on Friday and has been cleared to play this weekend against the Eagles.
Jackon looked solid when filling in for Jonathan Taylor recently. Even though Taylor is now healthy, Jackson should still see volume since he offers fresh legs and receiving upside. He falls into the high-end RB5 tier this week.