Fred Jackson Becomes Oldest Running Back Ever To Make Playoff Debut
He's been a part of the Buffalo community for so long even when he's gone he still feels like he's 'ours' in some way. It's nice when good things happen to good people and Fred Jackson has finally seen his day. The ex-Buffalo Bills running back has finally punched his ticket to the post season with the Seattle Seahawks with a win over Cleveland on Sunday. It will be the first time in Jackson's career that he will head to the post season in his first season out of a Buffalo Bills uniform.
Fred Jackson becomes the oldest running back in the Super Bowl era to make his playoff debut. Most running backs don't usually get to their mid-30's in the NFL, but Jackson will enter the NFL playoffs at 34-year-old. Only six other players in history have made their post season debut over that age for any position.