Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout Vincent Jackson has been a guy we have hated on a lot in the past here. While he at one time was a decent standard league guy with a high amount of TD's, Jackson's lack of big-time reception totals every season made him a guy to avoid in the PPR leagues we always champion. Even when he moved on from the San Diego Chargers to the Tampa Bay Buc's, the same situation was in play for Jackson as he took a backseat to Mike Evans in the passing attack. Now Jackson is done for the 2016 season due to a torn ACL that was diagnosed on Tuesday. That means Evans is set to be an even bigger passing hog then he already has been this season and that means he too should graduate into top PPR standing. Adam Humphries will take on more of a role now in Jackson's absence but he has little to no value.