Packers WR James Jones not only stepped up, but...?
Is on pace to be the Packer with the most TD's in a season by beating out Sterling Sharpe's record of 18?
Even if he doesn't, the ball's only been his way on 51 attempts. An estimate of one touchdown every 4 receptions... talk about a comeback.
Thoughts on Jones' future?
I forgot to add Jones currently leads the league in TD's with 12 on the season.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
He's a very athletic WR. Next year we'll see Cobb/Jones/Nelson(if he's healthy) as the three main receivers. Jones is a great WR to have come off the bench, especially in a season that the Packers have been having this year where they haven't been as dominant compared to the last 2 seasons but Jones is definitely a threat for any CB that goes up against him.
- Heeey SteeeveLv 58 years ago
He'll stay. Jennings and Finley will be gone. Then next season he'll see more balls.Source(s): Packer fan since 1969.