Jackson is also scoring at an incredible clip, as he's already matched his career-high in touchdowns (seven) with seven games left to play.
WR Vincent Jackson
1) Jackson, who played college ball at Northern Colorado, has always played well in Denver. During his last three road games against the Broncos, he's tallied 12 catches, 196 yards and two scores. He takes full advantage of the fact that Denver often uses it top cover corner, Champ Bailey, on TE Antonio Gates.
2) Jackson caught just one pass for 10 yards last week against the Eagles, and he always bounces back after down games. Last season, he was held to less than two catches in only two games. In the two contests following those down games, he combined for seven catches, 197 yards and two touchdowns.
Against divisional opponents, Jackson has been the go-to player. He has caught at least four passes and scored a TD in each of the Chargers' divisional games.
If he can keep that streak going in San Diego's fifth divisional game, the Chargers will be in prime position to snag control of the AFC West.
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