Even at age 29, Jackson remains an effective featured back. He averaged 98.5 total yards per game in 2011 and topped 40 catches for the sixth time in the past seven seasons. There's no devaluing Jackson's importance to the Rams, even as he enters the downside of his career. At 6-3, 229, he's bigger and faster than most safeties and doesn't yield to linebackers, doing most of his damage by overwhelming tacklers at the second level. What Jackson and the Fantasy world long for is a balanced offense that provides consistent seven-man defensive fronts against Jackson's tackle-wrecking natural skills. New head coach Jeff Fisher won't let off the accelerator any time soon, and the presence of second-round pick Isaiah Pead isn't cause for controversy. We present the 29-year-old season of Titans running back Eddie George -- 2002 -- when he rushed 343 times for 1,165 yards and 12 touchdowns despite averaging 3.4 yards per carry. If Jackson's redwood trunks for legs are up to the challenge, he'll be wearing the featured back nametag for another year or three.