Jones caught eight of 11 targets for 93 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.
Jones came close to scoring in the first quarter, but he fumbled while stretching out at the 1-yard line; the ball was picked up by Jason Croom in the end zone for a Bills touchdown. The second-year wideout got a touchdown of his own courtesy of an eight-yard catch in the third quarter. This was easily his best game of the season, as Jones showed an excellent rapport with new quarterback Matt Barkley. It will be interesting to see who starts under center for Buffalo after the Week 11 bye.
Jones caught four of six targets for 18 yards during Sunday's loss to the Bears.
On the bright side, Jones saw the field for the most snaps (87 percent) of any Bills receiver, and he does have 10 catches over the last two games as he finally seems to be figuring out the pro game. The problem lies in the Buffalo offense, which barely manages 10 points per game. As much as we like where Jones' long-term outlook seems to be going, pretty much no one is a recommended play in this offense right now, and that may even hold true for fantasy first-rounder LeSean McCoy. Perhaps Josh Allen's looming return can shine some light on what's turned out to be one of the worst offenses of the millennium.
Jones caught six of eight targets for 55 yards in Monday night's 25-6 loss to the Patriots.
Jones tied LeSean McCoy to lead the Bills in receptions and targets. In doing so, he set a new season high in the former category while tying his best mark in the latter. Nonetheless, his 55 yards evidenced a pretty restricted passing game with quarterback Derek Anderson, who joined rookie Josh Allen (elbow) in being sidelined by the game's end.
Jones caught three of five targets for 27 yards in Sunday's loss to the Colts.
One week after seeing the end zone for the first time in 2018, Jones was pretty much shut down again, as has been the case for most of the season. He's actually trending up, as he rarely leaves the field and has impressed the coaching staff with some better work habits, which seemingly has given him No. 1 receiver status. Unfortunately, the Bills' terrible offense and merry-go-round of quarterbacks hasn't translated to better production for the second-year receiver. He'll probably put up the occasional good game along the way -- especially if the Bills keep playing from behind -- but if you need a consistent fantasy wideout, Jones is not your guy. His high for receiving yardage this season is 63 yards, and he's never had a 70-yard game in his two NFL seasons. That's ugly production for a full-time starter.
Jones caught three of eight targets for 35 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Texans.
Jones led the team in targets and got into the end zone for the first time this season on a 16-yard play in the fourth quarter. While this was a useful performance, he has reached 35 receiving yards just three times this season and his fantasy outlook could take a further hit if starting quarterback Josh Allen (elbow) misses time. Jones will look to build on this effort next Sunday against the Colts.
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