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Rushing Attempts
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Rushing Yards
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Longest Rush
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Fantasy Points
Sep 25, 2022 12 36 3.0 10 0 2
Sep 18, 2022 15 132 8.8 36 1 28
Sep 11, 2022 5 49 9.8 29 0 6

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Receptions
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 217 6.78 1 1 9 76 1
2021 799 4.67 4 1 52 391 6 17611.7
2020 1104 5.49 9 47 355 2 21115.1
3y Avg. 996 4.91 10 1 49 407 4 22114.7
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Fantasy News

  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Fumbles in close win

    Jones rushed 12 times for 36 yards and caught three of four targets for 11 yards but lost a fumble in Sunday's 14-12 win over the Buccaneers. Jones found little room in the ground game after a wildly efficient first couple weeks. To make matters worse, he coughed up the ball on the Tampa Bay two-yard line after a second-quarter catch, erasing a likely scoring opportunity for Green Bay. While that miscue halted the team's momentum, Jones should still get plenty of chances to bounce back in Week 4 versus the Patriots.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Two TDs in SNF win

    Jones rushed 15 times for 132 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Bears. He also caught all three of his targets for 38 yards and a touchdown. Jones gave the Packers a 10-7 lead with a 15-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second quarter, then found the end zone again before halftime from eight yards out on a touch pass from Aaron Rodgers. A 36-yard burst put Jones over the 100-yard rushing mark early in the third quarter. Meanwhile, AJ Dillon mustered only 67 scrimmage yards on 19 touches. After being out-touched 15-8 by Dillon in Week 1, Jones seems to have restored his place as the top option in Green Bay's backfield heading into a Week 3 matchup with the stingy Tampa Bay run defense, though both running backs should continue to play sizable roles.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Logs only five carries

    Jones rushed five times for 49 yards and caught three of five targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Vikings. Jones was rather efficient on the ground, helped by a game-long rush of 29 yards during the second half. However, he surprisingly garnered only a handful of carries all game, whereas teammate AJ Dillon rushed 10 times, led Green Bay in receiving and scored the team's only touchdown. While Jones and Dillon are likely to split snaps all year, the Packers could aim to get Jones more touches in Week 2's matchup versus the Bears.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Top DFS Play

    Dameon Pierce is actually my top value back early on, but Jones is the only back who is in the top eight in my projections and the top five in DFS value. A.J. Dillon is also in the top five. I can't imagine a more contrarian pairing as it is generally terrible tournament strategy to start two running backs from the same team. But as I said at the top, I don't hate it this week. It's not hard to imagine the pair combining for 250 yards, three touchdowns and eight catches. I would be less interested on DraftKings because I'm not sure I like their odds to hit the yardage bonuses.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Top Play

    Early on Dameon Pierce is actually my top value back, but Jones is the only back who is in the top 12 in my projections and the top five in DFS value. A.J. Dillon is also in the top five. I can't imagine a more contrarian pairing as it is generally terrible tournament strategy to start two running backs from the same team. But as I said at the top, I don't hate it this week. It's not hard to imagine the pair combining for 250 yards, three touchdowns and eight catches. I would be less interested on DraftKings, because I'm not sure I like their odds to hit the bonuses.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Rested again for preseason finale

    Jones isn't expected to play in the final preseason game with the Packers holding out their top players to prepare for Week 1 at Minnesota, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Jones and AJ Dillon, among others, haven't played at all this preseason. There's no doubt both backs will have key roles in the opener, but it's less clear if the backfield split will look more like early 2021 (advantage: Jones) or late 2021 (closer to 50/50, though still more Jones than Dillon). The Minnesota defense Jones faces Week 1 could look different from past years as well with new DC Ed Donatell expected to use plenty of 3-4 looks, but a lot of key players are the same, including linebacker Eric Kendricks, edge rusher Danielle Hunter, and safety Harrison Smith.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Not expected to play Friday

    Jones isn't slated to play in Friday's preseason contest versus the Saints, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. With all of Jones, AJ Dillon and Kylin Hill (PUP, knee) unavailable, Patrick Taylor, Tyler Goodson and Dexter Williams will compose Green Bay's backfield in the team's second exhibition. Jones' last chance to make an appearance this preseason arrives Thursday at Kansas City.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Splits work in scrimmage

    Jones and AJ Dillon split the first-team reps during Green Bay's Family Night event Friday, according to Justis Mosqueda of acmepackingcompany.com. It is anticipated that Jones and Dillon will fairly evenly share the work in the Packers backfield during the season ahead, and Friday's snap distribution did nothing to change that, as Dillon got 15 first-team reps to Jones' 14. That pattern caps the upside a bit for both players, but that does not mean they can't be fantasy assets. Both Jones and Dillon racked up more than 1,000 yards from scrimmage last season, and the running backs figure to be featured plenty on a roster lacking proven options at the pass-catching spots.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Agrees to contract restructure

    Jones restructured his contract with the Packers on Thursday to create roughly $3 million in cap space for the 2022 season, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Green Bay converted $3.85 million of Jones' salary for 2022 into a signing bonus and added two voidable years to the deal. The news comes one day after Kenny Clark agreed to a similarly significant restructure, moves which may signal the team's intention to keep its current roster relatively intact and target another playoff run. Looking ahead to the 2022 campaign, Jones once again stands to be deployed as one of the Packers' top offensive playmakers while sharing backfield work with teammate AJ Dillon.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Paces pass catchers in loss

    Jones rushed 12 times for 41 yards and brought in nine of 10 targets for 129 yards during the Packers' 13-10 loss to the 49ers in their NFC divisional-round matchup on Saturday night. Jones led the Packers in rushing yards, but it was his pace-setting receiving yardage tally that made his night a spectacular one for fantasy purposes. The fifth-year back also tied Davante Adams for the team lead in receptions, with the highlight of his night a spectacular 75-yard catch and run down the right sideline just before halftime. Jones logged his fewest carries since 2018 this past regular season as backfield mate AJ Dillon (chest) increasingly expanded his complementary role with strong play, and both backs are likely to be deployed in a similar arrangement in the 2022 campaign.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Opens week with full practice

    Jones (knee) practiced fully Tuesday. Typically, Jones has had some sort of limitation for the first practice of the week ever since he hurt his knee in Week 10. With the benefit of the Packers' first-round bye, though, he was able to handle every rep during Tuesday's session. Jones and AJ Dillon both seem 100 percent as the team prepares for Saturday's divisional-round game against the 49ers.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Returns to practice

    Jones (knee) practiced Wednesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Jones' participation in practice is a solid sign that he would have played in the team's Week 18 loss to the Lions if the Packers hadn't already clinched the NFC's No. 1 seed prior to the contest. As is, Jones sat out for just the second time all season, and he's now on track to return for a divisional-round matchup against either the Rams, Cardinals, 49ers or Eagles, depending on what happens in the wild-card round.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Taking seat in Week 18

    Jones (knee) is listed as inactive Sunday at Detroit, Mike Spofford of the Packers official site reports. Jones has been tending to a knee injury that forced him to sit out Week 11 at Minnesota. While he's been able to play in the meantime and again was limited in practice during Week 18 prep, the Packers won't take any chances with their No. 1 running back, allowing him two weeks to rest up before the team's playoff opener in the divisional round. With Jones on the sideline, AJ Dillon and Patrick Taylor are the available options out of Green Bay's backfield in the regular-season finale.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Listed as questionable

    Jones (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Coach Matt LaFleur said he'll play his starters, including QB Aaron Rodgers, who has dealt with an injury of his own throughout the second half of the season. Jones, of course, plays a more physically demanding position, and the Packers have a well established history of being careful with his workloads. It thus seems unlikely that he'd see more than a dozen or so touches this week, but it shouldn't be shocking if he suits up and takes some snaps, given that he's played in each game since Week 11. The Packers and Lions are part of the early slate of games this Sunday, scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Another limited practice

    Jones (knee) was limited at Thursday's practice. After having his reps capped at Wednesday's walkthrough, Jones maintained that activity level in the Packers' second session of Week 18 preparations. If precedent is any indication, he'll ditch his designation entirely for a fifth consecutive week upon the release of the team's final injury report Friday. During the preceding four-game stretch, Jones compiled 53 touches for 328 yards from scrimmage and three TDs, while fellow running back AJ Dillon tallied 51 touches for 245 total yards and three scores of his own.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Remains limited on injury report

    Jones (knee) practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday. As has been the case since Jones missed a Week 11 loss at Minnesota, the Packers are capping his practice reps due to a knee issue. As he puts the injury further in the rear-view mirror, he's also become more effective as both as runner and pass catcher, culminating with 13 touches for 106 yards from scrimmage in this past Sunday's rematch with the Vikings. While his availability for a Week 18 visit to Detroit isn't in question, Green Bay may opt to limit Jones' snap count with the intent of preserving his health for the postseason.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Cleared for Sunday night

    Jones (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Minnesota. Jones has been a limited participant in nearly every practice since he missed Week 13 with a knee sprain. In three games since the absence, he's taken 30 carries for 159 yards and a touchdown to go with 10 catches for 63 yards and two scores on 11 targets. AJ Dillon picked up more carries in Jones' first game back, but it was the veteran who led the Packers the past two weeks with 13 carries against Baltimore and 12 against Cleveland.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Remains limited at practice

    Jones (knee) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Such is life for Jones on the practice field since sitting out a Week 11 road matchup with the Vikings. In the past two games, he's handled the larger share of backfield reps over AJ Dillon, earning 32 touches to the latter's 20. Assuming the status quo reigns and he's available Sunday versus Minnesota, Jones again should be on the field for more snaps than Dillon.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Logs limited practice

    Jones (knee) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday. The Packers have been managing Jones' practice reps since he missed Week 11 at Minnesota due to a knee issue. While he played a close second fiddle to AJ Dillon in his first two games back in the lineup, Jones has taken on more snaps en route to 32 touches for 157 yards from scrimmage and one touchdown over the past two contests. During those last two outings, Dillon went for 91 total yards and one score on his 20 touches. Assuming the duo of Jones and Dillon is out there in Sunday's rematch with the Vikings in Green Bay, a similar breakdown of the backfield work could come to pass.
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  • Packers' Aaron Jones: Generates 87 total yards in win

    Jones rushed 12 times for 66 yards and secured five of six targets in 21 yards in the Packers' 24-22 win over the Browns on Saturday. Jones' carry and rushing yardage totals paced the Packers, and he also checked in second in receptions to Davante Adams. The 27-year-old hasn't seen as much as 15 carries in a game since Week 8, but he's supplementing his fantasy production consistently with a serviceable pass-catching role. Jones now has three straight multi-reception tallies heading into a Week 17 home battle against the Vikings.
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