Jackson collected 11 stops in the Week 17 loss to the Vikings, ending the season with 73 tackles, two touchdowns, two interceptions and a forced fumble in 16 games.
Jackson was an uneven IDP performer over the Bears' first 11 games, but recorded at least five tackles in each of his last five games while averaging seven tackles during that span. He'll enter the second year of his four-year rookie deal in 2018 and should be considered a top IDP at the safety position, as he should continue to show improvement with a full season under his belt.
Jackson recovered a fumble while collecting eight tackles in Saturday's loss to the Lions.
Jackson's posted more than six tackles for the second time this season, and with at least five tackles in each of his last three games along with an interception and a pair of fumble recoveries, he's been a strong fantasy option down the stretch of his rookie season.
Jackson recovered a fumble while adding five tackles in Sunday's win over the Bengals.
Jackson matched his third-highest tackle total of the season while recovering the second fumble of his rookie campaign. Aside from a huge game in Week 8, he's had too many nearly-invisible performances to be a reliable IDP option.
Jackson scored touchdowns on interception and fumble returns while adding four tackles in Sunday's 17-3 victory over the Panthers.
Jackson provided the only touchdowns that were scored in a 17-3 victory for the Bears. Although he's posted at least four tackles in each of his last three games, his performance in Sunday's contest represented his first breakout effort of the season. Unless he proves to be a consistent producer, it's difficult to recommend adding him in IDP leagues based solely upon this week's results.
Jackson recorded eight tackles in Sunday's 29-7 loss of the Buccaneers.
With the Buccaneers winning in blowout fashion, there were plenty of predictable rushing attempts, which allowed Jackson to have a productive day as a tackler. Although he's not a sure-fire IDP option, he's someone who could emerge quickly as a factor in fantasy leagues.
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