|Feb. 26 4:32 PM PT5:32 PM MT6:32 PM CT7:32 PM ET0:32 GMT8:32 AM 北京时间5:32 PM MST7:32 PM EST6:32 PM CT4:32 UAE (+1)19:32 ET23:32 - The Atlanta Falcons have released Jackson, who in two seasons with the team couldn't recapture his 1,000-yard form that made him one of the league's top backs with the Rams.
Analysis: Thursday's release of the 31-year-old Jackson was not a surprise. He led the team with 707 yards rushing and six touchdowns in 2014, but averaged only 3.7 yards per carry. In 2013, his first season with the Falcons, he had 543 yards rushing in 12 games.
|Dec. 28 11:16 AM PT12:16 PM MT1:16 PM CT2:16 PM ET19:16 GMT3:16 AM 北京时间12:16 PM MST2:16 PM EST1:16 PM CT23:16 UAE14:16 ET17:16 - Jackson missed Sunday's game versus Carolina.
Analysis: Jackson left last week's win at New Orleans with a quadriceps injury.
|Dec. 21 11:26 AM PT12:26 PM MT1:26 PM CT2:26 PM ET19:26 GMT3:26 AM 北京时间12:26 PM MST2:26 PM EST1:26 PM CT23:26 UAE14:26 ET17:26 - Jackson left the bench area Sunday against New Orleans with a quad muscle injury and didn't return.
Analysis: Jackson entered Week 16 leading Atlanta in rushing with 698 yards and six touchdowns. He rushed four times for 9 yards and had a 14-yard reception on Sunday.
|Dec. 1 2:31 PM PT3:31 PM MT4:31 PM CT5:31 PM ET22:31 GMT6:31 AM 北京时间3:31 PM MST5:31 PM EST4:31 PM CT2:31 UAE (+1)17:31 ET20:31 - Jackson ran 18 times for a season-high 101 yards in Sunday's win over Arizona.
Analysis: While the yardage total against the Arizona defense was impressive, he still hasn't been give 20 carries in a game and is averaging 3.8 yards per rush. That's a bad combination for consistent production.
|Oct. 27 8:09 AM PT9:09 AM MT10:09 AM CT11:09 AM ET15:09 GMT11:09 PM 北京时间8:09 AM MST10:09 AM EST9:09 AM CT19:09 UAE11:09 ET13:09 - Jackson rushed for a season-high 60 yards and a TD on Sunday in London.
Analysis: Jackson is averaging 3.6 yards per carry and has three TDs this season. He is nothing more than a low-end No. 2 fantasy back at best.
|Oct. 20 1:50 PM PT2:50 PM MT3:50 PM CT4:50 PM ET20:50 GMT4:50 AM 北京时间1:50 PM MST3:50 PM EST3:50 PM CT0:50 UAE (+1)16:50 ET18:50 - Jackson had a season-low 22 yards on eight carries in a 29-7 loss to Baltimore on Sunday.
Analysis: Atlanta's veteran back was facing one of the better run defenses, but he's proved far too unreliable to warrant any starts, other than in desperate times. Jackson has 285 yards on 77 carries this season and has topped 50 just twice. His output has decreased in each of the last four weeks, and he has a combined 47 yards the last two. It might be getting close to the end of the line for the the 20th-leading rusher in NFL history.
|Oct. 13 11:50 AM PT12:50 PM MT1:50 PM CT2:50 PM ET18:50 GMT2:50 AM 北京时间11:50 AM MST1:50 PM EST1:50 PM CT22:50 UAE14:50 ET17:50 - Jackson was horrendous Sunday.
Analysis: Jackson carried six times for 25 yards and did not catch a pass. He is clearly past his fantasy prime.
|Sep. 14 8:13 PM PT9:13 PM MT10:13 PM CT11:13 PM ET3:13 GMT11:13 AM 北京时间8:13 PM MST10:13 PM EST10:13 PM CT7:13 UAE (+1)23:13 ET2:13 - Jackson carried 11 times for 46 yards Sunday for the Falcons.
Analysis: Remember the days that Jackson was a lock for 1,000 yards? They seem like like long ago as his time has passed.
|Aug. 25 11:39 AM PT12:39 PM MT1:39 PM CT2:39 PM ET18:39 GMT2:39 AM 北京时间11:39 AM MST1:39 PM EST1:39 PM CT22:39 UAE14:39 ET17:39 - Jackson is back on the practice fields for the first time in almost a month, providing hope the Atlanta Falcons' starting running back can be ready for the season opener.
Analysis: Jackson had not practiced since July 28, when he hurt his right hamstring. On the following day, coach Mike Smith said the injury wasn't serious and Jackson would be ready for the Sept. 7 opener against New Orleans.
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