Jones is currently the 37th receiver off the board despite the fact that he was the No. 16 receiver through Week 14 of last season, prior to his injury. Yes, that included his four-touchdown eruption against the Vikings in Week 7, but I actually like to have players capable of scoring four touchdowns in a game on my fantasy team. Even if that game is removed, Jones was still playing at a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 pace. Why is he being drafted as a WR4 when nothing much has changed in Detroit?
Nov 20, 2020 · 6:44 PM EST