From 2011 to 2014, Jackson had over 1,000 yards every season, and even last season he was on pace for 960 had it not been for injury. The man knows how to make plays, and with Mike Evans drawing several defenders, could be a sneaky flex play this season if Jackson can stay healthy.
Jackson saw a big dip in per game targets last season, but was slightly more efficient than 2014. His injuries were the main problem in 2015, so a healthy season sure would help his overall numbers. He's the no doubt No. 2 receiver, but still has a little gas in the tank when healthy.