Jones caught six of nine targets for 93 yards in Sunday's 42-17 win over the Dolphins.
Jones finishes his second season with 56 catches for 652 yards and seven touchdowns, more than doubling his rookie production of 27 catches for 316 yards and two touchdowns. Buffalo will surely look to improve its receiving corps this offseason, but if the Bills stand pat, Jones would enter next season as quarterback Josh Allen's top target.
Jones caught five of nine targets for 67 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-12 loss to the Patriots.
Jones' stat line looks nice upon initial viewing, but most of his value was derived from scoring a 31-yard touchdown in garbage time. He'll continue running plenty of routes as a starting wide receiver for the Bills against the Dolphins in Week 17, but don't count on erratic rookie quarterback Josh Allen getting the ball to Jones with any regularity.
Jones caught just one of six targets for 11 yards during Sunday's win over the Lions.
Jones had a huge 4/67/2 line in Week 13, and with Kelvin Benjamin and Andre Holmes being let go shortly thereafter, it was thought this was Jones' receiving corps to rule. The team has tried to get him the ball with 15 targets one the subsequent two games, but he has just four catches for 33 yards to show for it, and isn't doing a good job outmuscling his opponent for the ball. We'll see if he can finish strong, but with a rookie quarterback not known for his accuracy, Jones is a hit-or-miss option the last two weeks of the season, which consist of division matchups against the Patriots and Dolphins.
Jones caught three of nine targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Jets.
Jones struggled with drops throughout the afternoon, producing an underwhelming stat line despite leading the Bills in targets. He's alternated rises and drops in receiving yards in every single game this season, and Jones is likely to keep that pattern going by exceeding 22 yards against the Lions in Week 15.
Jones had probably already clinched that spot with Benjamin being phased out of the offense in recent weeks, but he's now the obvious leader of a very young receiving group. Averaging seven targets over the last three weeks, it'll be interesting to see what Jones can do in tandem with rookie quarterback Josh Allen, who's healthy now and was looking the wideout's way often in the Week 13 loss to Miami. Expect more of the same with Jones being the most proven option left, especially as he's begun to figure out the professional game after struggling for a season and a half.
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