Jackson couldn’t have landed in a better position for a running back who will be 30 entering the season but believes he’s still a strong workhorse. In Atlanta he lands with a veteran team that has a powerful passing game but still covets the ability to run the ball and set up play-action. And while Jacquizz Rodgers will have a significant role, there’s no doubt Jackson is the leader of the backfield. At 29 years old last season Jackson did appear to be just a touch slower, averaging 4.1 yards per carry, and he hasn’t toped 4.4 yards per carry since 2004. However, he has played behind some truly awful offensive lines, and he rarely takes negative yardage. The Falcons want Jackson to use his 6-2, 240-pound body to plow for three, four, five yards on first and second down and create manageable passing downs and set up play-action. And for fantasy owners, Jackson should prove an excellent value on a high-octane offense in which he should see significant action near the goal line.