At the time of this post and Schefter’s tweet, Jackson was at 1,044 rushing yards. He will likely break 1,100, perhaps even 1,200 by the end of the season, as the Ravens will likely be playing their starters at least through Week 16 but could rest them in Week 17 as they could have the top seed in the AFC wrapped up by then. Jackson has been an incredible force to watch this season and is single-handedly carrying teams through a playoff run. Congratulations on a terrific season that is still going strong for the MVP favorite.
PIT QB Michael Vick - Week 6, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 6 vs. Arizona
Vick hasn't exactly lit the world on fire since taking over for the injured Ben Roethlisberger, but he did have a big fourth quarter against the Chargers. He threw for 203 yards and a score last week, and scrambled for another 24, with a healthy portion of that coming in the fourth quarter. Arizona has allowed a pair of 300-yard passers and has given up five passing TDs in the past two weeks, but the Cardinals have also been opportunistic with 11 interceptions and rank sixth in QB points allowed. I would recommend against starting Vick this week.