Jones failed to make a catch in Thursday's loss to Chicago. He had a couple of difficult, but catchable balls throughout the game, but was unable to bring any in. The most notable was a drop in the end zone on third down in the fourth that would have all but won it for the Packers. It was a cold, rainy night in Green Bay, which led to difficult receiving conditions. He will look to bounce back next Thursday in Detroit.
Jones (quad) caught six passes for 109 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's victory over the Vikings. Jones was held without a catch in the Packers' previous game, but he led the team in every receiving category Sunday, and found paydirt for the seventh time this season. Jones figures to battle some inconsistency moving forward as long as all the Green Bay receivers are healthy, but his next game will come against a Bears team he beat twice for touchdowns in Week 1.
Jones (quadriceps) is listed as active Sunday in Minnesota, Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin reports. Jones entered the Packers' Week 7 bye averaging an unsustainable touchdown per game, meaning some regression to the mean could be expected. Unfortunately for his owners, he's logged veritable no-shows during the team's subsequent three-game losing streak, managing just three catches for 59 yards on 10 targets. He'll aim to get back on track against a Vikings defense that has conceded 12.3 YPC and four touchdowns to wideouts over the past five tilts.
Jones (quad) was held without a catch in Sunday's loss to the Lions. Jones was slowed by a quad injury late last week, and it prevented him from making any impact on Sunday's game. Jones has been almost a non-factor during the Packers' three-game losing streak, totaling just three receptions (on only eight targets), 59 receiving yards, and no scores. He is also the Packers' No. 3 receiver now with Davante Adams healthy, so it will be a challenge for him to turn things around in the fantasy production department.
Jones (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Jones' practice reps were capped both Thursday and Friday due to a quad injury, but there was little question that he would take the field in Week 10. While he's the acting No. 3 wide receiver in Green Bay behind Randall Cobb and Davante Adams, Jones, the touchdown vulture, could yield fruit versus a Detroit defense that has given up exactly one touchdown reception per game to wide receivers this season.
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