Jackson started off his Eagles reunion tour with a bang in week one with eight catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns. Unfortunately, he's been out since week two with an abdominal injury. Jackson attempted to play through it this week, but ultimately only made it through just one series before having to exit the contest. Jackson looked to be the field stretching weapon the Eagles really needed this season, but instead he'll now undergo surgery and be sidelined at least 4-6 weeks, with the chances of him playing at all again this season looking very slim. If he recovers fully, he should be back in Philly next year, though he does have an $8.2 million cap hit, so that's no guarantee. At this point, Jackson is who he is. When healthy, he's bound to have big games and duds as the prototypical "boom or bust" wide receiver dependent on big plays instead of volume. The 32-year old is a dynasty hold as our WR62, but not one you're overly excited about at this point in his career.