Jones had a wild rookie season. After taking over as the starter in Week 3, he had four games where he scored at least 28 points, and they were all on the road. He also had six games of 12.3 points or less, and five of them were at home. Jones is currently going off the board in the 10th round as a high-end QB2. He has dual-threat ability (22.8 yards rushing and 0.17 rush TD in 12 starts) and averaged 17.8 fantasy points in his 12 starts, which is what Josh Allen averaged as last year’s No. 7 quarterback. Jones has one of the better receiving corps in the league, including Darius Slayton, Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate and Evan Engram, to go along with Saquon Barkley in the backfield. He needs to work on his ball security (11 fumbles as a rookie) but has the upside that fantasy owners should be looking for in the later rounds.