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Scouting report

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 13, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 at Detroit
Jones was shut out for the second time in three weeks, sandwiching a pair of pointless games around a line of 6-109-1. One of those games without a point came against the Lions three weeks ago. But with Davante Adams perhaps playing himself into the doghouse, Jones could certainly benefit. Jones should bounce back this week with a game good enough to at least be a No. 3 receiver with some upside.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 12, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Chicago
Jones had a strong week against Minnesota, catching 6 passes on 11 targets for 109 yards and a score. The TD catch was his team-high seventh and he remains a solid bet to score each week - though last week's touchdown was his first in four games. If Davante Adams is out or slowed by his ankle injury, Jones should be a solid play this week as at least a No. 3 receiver. He had four catches for 51 yards and two scores in Week 1 against Chicago, which has allowed 13 WR scores this season.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 11, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Minnesota
Calling James Jones. Come in, Mr. Jones. Jones' early production was tied directly to his touchdown catches and he hasn't scored in the past three games. Last week, he also failed to record a catch and got just two targets while teammate Devante Adams got 21 looks. The Packers need to get Jones back involved in the game plan. But you can't count on that. Keep Jones benched against Minnesota's 12th-rated WR defense in fantasy football.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 10, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 vs. Detroit
Jones hasn't had more than two receptions in a game since Week 5. That's not good news. He did have two catches for 57 yards last week, but he hasn't scored since Week 6. As a low-volume No. 3 receiver, he has to get into the end zone to maximize his potential. Jones has a good shot of doing that against the Lions, who have given up at least one WR score in each week but one. He's a low-end No. 3 receiver or flex play this week.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 9, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 at Carolina
One catch for two yards was all Jones could muster last week at Denver as Green Bay's entire passing game was disrupted. It's the danger you have when you play a low volume player such as Jones. He's still a high reward guy, however, with his six touchdown catches on his 22 overall catches. Carolina has given up seven touchdown passes this season, so things won't be easy, but Jones could be a nice threat as a flex or low-end No. 3 receiver with some scoring upside.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 8, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Denver
Jones had just two receptions for 30 yards in his final game before the bye week, but did score his sixth touchdown in as many games. Denver's defense has allowed just one touchdown to an opposing wide receiver this season, so making it seven in seven games for Jones won't be easy. Jones has just four receptions in the past two games, so be careful here. I wouldn't use Jones as anything more than a No. 3 receiver and hope he gets into the end zone.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR James Jones - Week 6, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. San Diego
Jones had just two catches last week on three targets, but scored for the fourth time in five games - and fifth time overall - while picking up 77 yards as well. He's dealing with a hamstring issue, but that was a problem last week as well. San Diego's pass defense is No. 1 in the league against opposing wideouts, but part of the reason for that is because the Chargers are so easy to run on. The Packers are the Packers. Feel free to start them. Jones should perform as a solid No. 2 WR option.

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