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Jones (calf) secured 12 of 15 targets for 300 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 48-33 victory over the Panthers.

Whether he was motivated by all the talk of his demise, up for a game against the reigning NFC champs and hated division rival, or a combination of both, Jones was a man on a mission Sunday and proceeded to shatter the franchise receiving record, which was also his, in the process. The Pro Bowler surpassed the 259 yards he'd managed against the Packers in 2014 and became the only player in NFL history to have 250-plus yards in a single game on more than one occasion. Jones turned in a 75-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown in the fourth quarter that vaulted him over the record and also served as his longest score since taking one 79 yards to the house in the aforementioned performance versus Green Bay. His memorable afternoon once again puts Jones near the top of all receiving categories with 22 receptions for 488 yards over the first four weeks of the season.

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