Eddie Jackson is a name the average NFL fan may not know.
However, Eddie Jackson is a baller and a complete ballhawk and he is sort of the NFC’s version of Kevin Byard. A 2018 first-team All-Pro player, and a tw- time Pro Bowler, Eddie Jackson is likely to make one of those teams again this season as the Bears defense has been the driving factor in their 5-win season.
He has two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery for a touchdown this season, and 49 total tackles. On top of that, he is one of the highest graded safeties this season by most metrics and he just always seems to be around the ball.
Eddie Jackson has never played the Tennessee Titans in his NFL career, so there is not much of a history there. Eddie Jackson doesn’t have the interception numbers this season that he once had, but that can be attributed to quarterbacks not throwing near him.
This year Eddie Jackson has no interceptions, but in 2018 he had six with 15 pass deflections. Knowing that, it may be more dificult for the Titans to hit deep passes this week than at any other point in the 2020 season.