Jackson caught one of three targets for just six yards during Sunday's 37-20 loss to Arizona. He also played only 22 of 68 offensive snaps.
This was a disappointing follow up to Jackson's solid Week 3 showing. The veteran played significantly fewer offensive snaps than Van Jefferson's 46, and the younger wideout cashed in on his opportunities by catching all six of his targets for 90 yards and a touchdown. Jackson's ability to stretch the field should remain part of the Los Angeles passing attack, and there could be more solid fantasy performances ahead this season. Unfortunately, figuring out on a week-to-week basis when to have him active could prove difficult.