Jones brought in three of four passes for 64 yards in Sunday's 24-21 win over the Buccaneers.
Jones played a complementary role alongside Eric Ebron and Golden Tate, who combined for 18 catches on 20 targets. However, he did make one of his trademark downfield contributions, hauling in a 38-yard throw from Matthew Stafford (hand) in the first half. Jones has seen his yardage totals drop after each of the last two games, but he's now just 115 yards away from his first 1,000-yard season. He'll look to keep building toward that goal against the Bears in Week 15.
Jones caught four of eight receptions for 90 yards during Sunday's 44-20 loss to the Ravens.
Jones didn't do much of anything early on in the game thanks to suffocating coverage by Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith. However, once Smith exited the game with an Achilles injury, Jones went to work, hauling in two passes of 40-plus yards on rookie Marlon Humphrey. After catching just one pass of that distance during the first 10 games of the season, Jones has now caught three in the past two weeks while seeing his YPC rise to 16.6 -- the ninth-highest mark among qualifying receivers. He'll now take aim at a woeful Buccaneers secondary in Week 14.
Jones caught six passes on nine targets for 109 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Vikings.
Jones dominated one of the best secondaries in the league despite having arguably the toughest matchup assignment of all Lions receivers, that being Vikings 2016 Pro Bowl corner Xavier Rhodes. His first score came on a mid-range post pattern that barely broke the plane of the goal line, while his second was much more impressive, as the lanky veteran beat double coverage to haul in a 43-yard bomb. Jones, who entered Thursday's game tied for the third-highest touchdown mark in the league (six), now has a chance to finish Week 12 in second place in that category. The touchdown maven will look to keep it going in Week 13 against the Ravens but has another tough matchup awaiting him in the form of Jimmy Smith, who's Pro Football Focus' eighth-highest graded corner of the season.
Jones grabbed four of seven targets for 85 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 27-24 win over the Bears.
Jones burned Chicago deep in the second half, laying out for a 28-yard touchdown as part of Detroit's 21-point second-quarter explosion. It was Jones' fourth touchdown in his last five games. During that streak, he's also topped 85 yards in four games. The red-hot target comes up against a stiff test next week against a Vikings squad that held him to two catches in Week 4.
Jones caught one of two targets for 22 yards during Sunday's 38-24 victory over the Browns.
Jones' two targets tied for the lowest he's seen all season and corresponds with rookie Kenny Golladay's return from a hamstring injury. Coming off a three-week stretch in which Jones found the end zone three times while averaging 12 targets and 110.3 receiving yards per game, many fantasy owners were likely expecting a bigger game in such a favorable matchup. However, with Golladay back in the fold, Jones isn't the Lions' only deep threat anymore. Thus, Jones could continue to see fewer opportunities down the field going forward.
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