If youíre looking for consistent fantasy production at running back, look no further than the Rams Steven Jackson. The man known as ďSjaxĒ has piled up seven consecutive 1,000 rushing yard seasons, the longest active streak in the league, and has been the focal point of the teamís offense for the last several years. While Jackson has been a workhorse back since 2005, averaging almost 340 touches per season, the team used a second-round pick on Isaiah Pead and the plan is for Jackson to see his touches go down slightly in 2012. However, given the state of the teamís crop of wide receivers and tight ends, Jackson is expected to carry the teamís offense once again and the offensive philosophy of new head coach Jeff Fisher and new offensive coordinator Brian Scottenheimer has been to pound the opposing defenses into submission using a power rushing attack. The only knock on Jacksonís fantasy production has been in the touchdown department, as he has averaged six touchdowns per season over the past five years and hasnít hit double-digit touchdowns since his career-year in 2006. Sjax rates as a low end RB1 or upper tier RB2 in 2012.