Jones was the QB17 on a per game basis as a rookie in 2019, but finished QB33 and QB19 in that metric in his next two seasons. He’s also had a tendency to get dinged up, and has missed 11 of a possible 49 games. The hope is that with a new head coach (Brian Daboll) and a revamped offensive line (+$10.5 million spent in free agency and five net new players, including two draft picks) will allow Jones’s career to get back on track. The receiving corps is a little suspect at this point–Kenny Golladay is coming off his worst season, Kadarius Toney is raw and Sterling Shepard is no spring chicken–and they lost Evan Engram in free agency. Still, Jones can run. He has averaged 26.4 rushing yards per game in his career, so if Daboll and Co. can get his passing back on track, there’s a chance that Jones could emerge as a mid- to high-end QB2.