QB Tarvaris Jackson, Free agent

HT: 6-2, WT: 225, Born: 4-21-1983, College: Alabama State, Drafted: Round 2

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2014 Projections

David Dodds4.012.020.01537.
Bob Henry3.06.010.0707.
Maurile Tremblay1.06.010.0686.

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2014 Schedule


2013 Game Summaries

Week 3 - Jackson may be the best backup QB in the NFL right now. Stepping into the huddle with 4 minutes still left in the 3rd quarter, he was completely in control of the offense and picked up where Russell Wilson left off, shredding the Jacksonville defense. He found a tightly covered Doug Baldwin for a 35 yard score, placing the ball just ahead of him for the diving catch. He also ran one in from five yards out, and with just over one quarter of play, essentially put up half the numbers that Wilson achieved in nearly three.

Week 11 - Jackson briefly saw action against his former team, but in garbage time had no real chance to shine, only throwing a couple of very short passes before handing the ball off the rest of the time.

Week 15 - Jackson had some action in garbage time, attempting and completing one pass. It was play action rollout that gave him time to easily hit a wide open Luke Willson for a first down and more.