DeSean Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons

Jackson hasn’t scored in two straight games and the switch to Jameis Winston is a valid concern. Still, Jackson has put up three 100-yard games in September. It’s hard to just turn your back on that and with the defense paying attention to Mike Evans, Jackson should be in line for some decent action, at least enough to be a WR2. Jackson is always a boom or bust kind of player but he’s been productive thus far and the Falcons’ secondary has allowed nine different receivers score on them and consider the likes of John Ross, Torrey Smith, Ted Ginn Jr., and Jarius Wright, are a part of that club. Each of them are similar or lesser all-or-nothing type receivers, so if Jackson can’t get in on that party, it would be a massive letdown.