It was a rough start to the year for Adoree’ Jackson. The cornerback was responsible for setting the Colts up with a touchdown in Week 2 when he committed a bad pass interference penalty, and in Week 3 he muffed a punt that set the Jaguars up for a score.
Since then, Jackson has put together a solid season. He’s been sensational in coverage, and his PFF grade of 75.7 is further proof that he’s taking a step in the right direction in 2019. We really haven’t heard much about Jackson since his early-season mistakes, and that’s a good thing.
The only problem for Jackson now is that he’s been battling injuries of late. The Titans corner was forced to leave the Week 13 game against the Colts early due to a knee injury, and his status remains up in the air for the time being.
Having already lost Malcolm Butler for the season, the Titans can ill afford to lose Jackson also. He’s been a key member of the Titans’ secondary and an extended absence will no doubt hurt Tennessee’s bid to make the postseason with four games against teams that all sport solid passing attacks.