Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
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vs 31
@ 15
@ 22
vs 30
@ 25
@ 18
vs 16
vs 26
@ 8
@ 5
vs 17
BYE
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vs 28
vs 24
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vs 22

Fantasy News

  • Bears' Justin Jones: Set to start at defensive tackle

    Jones is expected to be used as the primary penetrator on the Bears' interior defensive line, Josh Schrock of NBCsports.com reports. Last season, Jones recorded three sacks and 18 pressures while playing in a different defensive scheme with the Chargers. In coach Matt Eberflus' defense, the three technique is a role that is expected to create pressure on opposing quarterbacks. With only 4.5 sacks over four NFL seasons and no more than 37 tackles in any season, Jones may not be a high-priority selection in IDP drafts.
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  • Bears' Justin Jones: Signs two-year deal with Chicago

    Jones signed a two-year deal with the Bears on Friday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Jones, who was drafted by the Chargers in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft, appeared in at least 10 games in all four seasons with Los Angeles and registered at least 30 tackles in each of the past three campaigns. He also notched a career-high three sacks in 2021. Jones profiles as a likely replacement for Akiem Hicks, who is a free agent this offseason after spending the last six seasons in Chicago.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Sack and fumble recovery in win

    Jones recorded five tackles (four solo) along with a sack and a fumble recovery in Sunday's 37-21 win over the Giants. Jones has now recorded a sack in each of his last two games as the young pass rusher continues to perform at a high level in the absence of Linval Joseph (illness). The 25-year-old recovered his second fumble of the season, setting up the Chargers in great field position, which led to a touchdown drive. In Thursday night's upcoming matchup against the Chiefs, Jones will need to be able to pressure Patrick Mahomes or it could be a long evening for the Los Angeles defense.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Will be available Sunday

    Jones (ankle) is active for Sunday's contest against the Giants. Jones didn't practice Wednesday, but he was able to progress throughout the week before ultimately logging a full practice Friday. Over his last four contests, Jones has registered 18 tackles, one sack and one pass deflection.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Should play Sunday

    Jones (ankle) is considered questionable Sunday against the Giants, but head coach Brandon Staley says he's trending toward playing, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Timesreports. Jones was able to log a full practice Friday after being limited Thursday, so he is trending in the correct direction. If Jones were to miss, Breiden Fehoko would likely be looking at extra opportunity.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Remains out Monday

    Jones (calf) has been ruled out for Monday night's game against the Raiders, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Jones will be unavailable for a third consecutive game as he continues to recover from a calf injury that he sustained in the season opener. Christian Covington will likely see additional playing time once again Monday.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Listed as doubtful for Week 2

    The Chargers listed Jones (calf) as doubtful for Sunday's matchup with the Chiefs. Jones didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday and is unlikely to play against Kansas City. If he misses his second straight contest Sunday, expect Christian Covington to once again draw the start on the defensive line.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Won't play Sunday

    Jones (calf) is inactive for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Cowboys, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. Jones didn't practice this week due to his calf injury, so it isn't very surprising to see him ruled out against Dallas. Christian Covington will likely take on a starting role in Jones' absence.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Deemed doubtful

    Jones is listed as doubtful for Sunday's Week 2 matchup with the Cowboys. Jones was unable to practice all week, so his doubtful designation is seemingly optimistic at this point. If he does indeed end up getting ruled out, Christian Covington would presumably be next in line to start opposite Jerry Tillery at defensive end.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Moves off IR list

    Jones (shoulder) was activated off injured reserve Saturday. Jones joins Melvin Ingram (knee) as the defensive-line cavalry returns just in time for the Chargers. Expect both Jones and Ingram to take over their customary starting spots in preparation to stop dangerous runner James Robinson.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: May return Week 7

    Coach Anthony Lynn said Jones (shoulder) could be activated from IR on Saturday, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. In order to play Sunday against the Jaguars, Jones would need to be activated Saturday. The third-year defensive tackle started the first two games of the year before suffering this shoulder injury, so he'd likely start again if he's able to return Sunday.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Nearing return from IR

    Jones (shoulder) was designated to return from injured reserve Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Jones landed on injured reserve in late September with the shoulder injury, but he'll return to practice this week. The 23-year-old has could be ready to rejoin the active roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Jaguars if he illustrates he's ready at practice this week.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Won't gear up Sunday

    Jones (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Panthers. Jones recorded three tackles (two solo) through the first two games, but he was unable to practice all week and won't play Sunday. Expect 2019 first-round pick Jerry Tillery to start at defensive end until Jones is able to return.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Not practicing Thursday

    Jones (shoulder) didn't suit up in Thursday's practice, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Jones suffered the injury during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, and he appears to still be dealing with the issue. His practice status Friday should paint a clearer picture for his Week 3 availability, but if he can't go Sunday, look for Jerry Tillery and Damion Square to see increased snap counts.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Solid second season

    Jones posted 30 tackles (18 solo) and a forced fumble across 12 games this season. A shoulder injury kept Jones off the field from Week 7-10, but it was an otherwise encouraging season for the 2018 third-round pick as the nose tackle stepped into the starting role opposite Brandon Mebane and performed above expectations, particularly against the run.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Logs full practice Thursday

    Jones (shoulder) was a full participant in practice Thursday. Jones getting in a full practice in his first chance of the week is a strong sign he'll be able to return Monday night after a four-week absence. If he's able to continue without setbacks, his presence on the defensive line would be a boon against the Chiefs.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Sitting out Week 9

    Jones (shoulder) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers. Jones only put up limited practice sessions Thursday and Friday and will miss his third consecutive game. With fellow starter Brandon Mebane (knee) also inactive for the clash, Jerry Tillery and Damion Square are expected to get the starts at defensive tackle for Week 9.
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  • Chargers' Justin Jones: Unlikely to return Week 9

    Jones (shoulder) is considered doubtful for Sunday's game against the Packers. Jones was a limited participant Thursday and Friday but is still in danger of missing his third consecutive game. Jerry Tillery should get another start at defensive tackle assuming Jones is unable to play.
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