QB - PHI
Week 7 Outlook
Tyree Jackson competed 23-of-33 pass attempts for 175 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' preseason win over the Vikings. He added eight rushes for 78 yards and another touchdown and fumbled once.
Jackson's dual-threat ability is very intriguing, but his passing game needs work, as he is very raw at this point. He has no path to opportunity in the near future, but as a deep Superflex/2QB dynasty stash (Taxi Squad perhaps), he has a bit of appeal.
Tyree Jackson completed 4-of-10 pass attempts for 68 yards and one interception in the Bills' preseason win over the Panthers. He also rushed eight times for 27 yards. Jackson also fumbled once, but the Bills recovered.
Jackson is a comfortable third on the depth chart for now, so is unlikely to see any playing time. However, if he ever does, it's worth knowing how mobile he was in college. Much like Lamar Jackson, Tyree Jackson can absolutely fill up the stat sheet with his rushing ability. Until he develops as a passer, he won't be reliable in any sense of the word, though.
Tyree Jackson completed 2-of-10 pass attempts for 45 yards and rushed six times for five yards in his debut for the Bills.
Jackson offers interesting upside if he were to ever play in the regular season. That's an unlikely proposition at this point, but he does offer impressive mobility (a la Lamar Jackson) and 4.59 wheels. However, he was not particularly impressive in college as a passer, despite playing at Buffalo. Jackson will need to take a major step forward before he would even be viable in the absence of Josh Allen.