Jackson missed a mandatory team meeting and will now sit versus the Arizona Cardinals at the Lincoln Financial Field. According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, Jackson missed the Saturday morning meeting because his alarm didn't go off. He overslept.
Quarterback Michael Vick will be without his top threat on offense. Jackson's deactivation changes the entire game plan for both teams, and for yours.
After the past few weeks of Jackson not having a touchdown or more than three catches or 50 yards in a game, it will feel refreshing to sit the disappointing wideout.
You can do what you've wanted to do for the past several weeks—sit him.
Undoubtedly, an uniformed manager will start Jackson only to learn about his deactivation in the middle of the first quarter. Don't be that guy.
Besides Jackson, there were a couple late additions to the injury reports on Saturday.
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