Jackson ran for 35 yards on nine carries against the Giants on Sunday.

Jackson's workload was slightly boosted due to starter Austin Ekeler (ankle) leaving the game in the third quarter. Splitting the resulting workload with fellow runner Joshua Kelley (10 carries for 33 yards), Jackson was the more productive of the two on a per-touch basis. If Ekeler misses time, a similar split between the two runners might persist, with Kelley perhaps more active in the ground game and Jackson more present in passing situations. The Chargers could also reactivate rookie Larry Rountree, who was a healthy scratch for Sunday's game.

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