Jackson caught three of four targets for 102 yards and a touchdown in a 36-33 overtime win over the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.

As he did so often back in his prime with Philadelphia and Washington, Jackson burned the Dallas secondary deep, hauling in a 56-yard TD from Derek Carr to open the scoring early in the first quarter. The veteran wideout didn't see many looks after that, but he didn't need many to record his second 100-yard performance of the season. With Darren Waller (knee) leaving Thursday's game early, Jackson could take on an even more important role in the Las Vegas offense in Week 13 as he faces one of his former clubs, Washington.

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