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Posted: 10/16/2017 1:36pm ET
Huddle Up: There has been a plethora of fantasy disappointments in 2017, one of them being Jones. The star receiver has amassed just 25 catches for 367 yards and -- worst of all -- no touchdowns. Needless to say, though, he needs to remain a fixture in fantasy lineups.
Posted: 10/13/2017 3:41pm ET
Huddle Up: It could be a very fruitful week for Jones and the Falcons pass offense, as the Dolphins rank 22nd in the NFL allowing 234.0 yards per game through five outings while yielding nine pass plays of 20 or more yards. After a bye, it's good to have Jones back, although he is still looking for his first TD of 2017.
Posted: 10/13/2017 11:47am ET
Huddle Up: Jones told reporters the team 'had a plan' for him earlier this week when he was limited, and this confirms that. With Mohamed Sanu out, Jones could be primed for his first big game of the year. While the Dolphins have only surrendered two receiving touchdowns to wideouts and been fairly stingy thus far, Keenan Allen (nine catches, 100 yards) and Michael Thomas (eight catches, 89 yards) were both able to have their way against them.
Posted: 10/12/2017 10:14am ET
Huddle Up: Jones has basically been limited his whole career. By no means should Jones' owners consider benching Jones this week. He is a WR1 play as long as he is playing, no matter who the opponent is.
Posted: 10/11/2017 2:10pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones has had plenty of time to rest and recover following the Falcons' Week 5 bye. The Miami Dolphins have been tough against the pass so far this year, but Jones is essentially matchup proof and a must start as long as he is active.
Posted: 10/9/2017 1:09pm ET
Huddle Up: It appears like Jones has a good chance to play this week, but owners will need to monitor his practice participation during the week. He will be a No. 1 receiver whenever he is able to return to the field.
Posted: 10/2/2017 5:49am ET
Huddle Up: Jones has disappointed with 19 grabs for 295 yards and no touchdowns through the first quarter of the season. However, he's a stud receiver, and it may be an opportunity to buy low on him.
Posted: 10/1/2017 11:59am ET
Huddle Up: Owners should know more about Jones' status after the game or in the next few days. It is not a good sign that he was not able to return to the game and may indicate he could miss more time. It would be hard for owners to replace Jones in their lineups but may have to look for other receiver options.
Posted: 10/1/2017 10:45am ET
Huddle Up: Owners will need to keep an eye on the situation to find out the severity of Jones' injury. He is one of the top receivers in fantasy and would be difficult to replace if it is a long-term injury.
Posted: 9/29/2017 2:37pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones should see his normal workload this week even though he was limited during practice. He is one of the best receivers in the NFL and is a must-start player in all leagues.
Posted: 9/28/2017 10:07am ET
Huddle Up: Jones has endured plenty of nicks and knacks over his career. As long as he avoids any setbacks over the next couple days he'll remain a high-end WR1.
Posted: 9/27/2017 2:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones has had a history of nagging injuries, but he fights through and is able to play more often than not. Plan on starting him in Week 4 barring any setbacks.
Posted: 9/25/2017 11:37am ET
Huddle Up: Jones was relatively disappointing last week but managed to eclipse the 100-yard mark. He's an automatic start as long as he is active. Don't be scared by the ailment even if he is limited in practice.
Posted: 9/17/2017 9:54pm ET
Huddle Up: It was a little disappointing for fantasy owners, as Jones had 93 yards at halftime. However, the team built a giant lead early in the third quarter and shifted to a run-heavy offense with very limited pass attempts to keep his second-half numbers down. He'll look to keep up the solid production in Week 3 at Detroit.
Posted: 9/10/2017 3:37pm ET
Huddle Up: The Chicago secondary did a good job of taking Jones out of the game and forcing Matt Ryan to look more to Mohamed Sanu, Tevin Coleman and Taylor Gabriel. Jones will look for better results in Week 2 on Sunday Night Football against the visiting Packers.
Posted: 9/8/2017 6:59pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones was within striking distance of 2,000 yards in 2015, and he has topped 1,400 yards in each of the last three years. He is a plug-and-play WR1 against any opponent and a top-three fantasy option at his position against the Bears in Week 1.
Posted: 8/25/2017 3:31pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones does not need many reps to get ready for the start of the season, so the team will take things easy with him. Jones should be one of the leading receivers in the NFL this season and will be a No. 1 receiver in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/22/2017 11:48am ET
Huddle Up: If Jones does play, it probably won't be for long. The Falcons don't want to risk aggravating their star wide receiver's foot ailment right before the season starts. As it stands, Jones should be one of the first few receivers selected in fantasy drafts.
Posted: 8/18/2017 12:00pm ET
Huddle Up: It appears Jones is being put in bubble wrap in August for all intents and purposes, but he has been participating in practice on a regular basis and the Falcons have been clear they expect to use him more often in the red zone this season. Jones also has nothing left to prove to the Falcons either, so making sure he is 100 percent for Week 1 is a prudent move. He is well worth a top-five overall pick in fantasy drafts.
Posted: 8/8/2017 10:08am ET
Huddle Up: Jones said a few days ago he was easing his way back into things after offseason foot surgery and there has been zero concern coming out of Atlanta regarding his status for Week 1. While he does have a history of foot problems, taking it slow is the prudent move for a 28-year-old who has nothing to prove during the preseason. Jones is a sound investment as a top-five receiver in the first round of all drafts.
Posted: 8/7/2017 3:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Both Jones and Gabriel are being eased back into practice but are in no danger of missing the start of the regular season. Jones is one of the most consistent receivers in the NFL and should be a No. 1 WR in all leagues. Gabriel was a factor in the Falcons passing game in 2016 and finished with 579 yards and six touchdowns. He can be seen as a No. 4 receiver in leagues with the chance to be a flex option against certain teams.
Posted: 8/5/2017 9:53am ET
Huddle Up: There has been zero concern about Jones' readiness for the season and no reason to push him given his history of foot injuries. Jones is a top-three fantasy receiver and has a great shot to finish at the top provided he can stay healthy; his schedule is among the easiest of any receiver in the NFL this season.
Posted: 8/3/2017 3:08pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones took part in team drills Wednesday, Aug. 2, but was back to limited participation. Jones probably will be limited during most of camp so he can rest his surgically repaired foot. He should be one of the top receivers in the NFL this season and can be a first-round selection in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/2/2017 8:09pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones appears to be on track for the start of the regular season and probably does not need many snaps in the preseason to be ready. Jones will be one of the top receivers in the NFL this season and should be a first-round pick in most fantasy leagues.
Posted: 7/26/2017 8:38am ET
Huddle Up: That's not necessarily a bad thing. The 28-year-old struggled with a foot issue for much of the second half last season but still produced an 83-1,409-6 line. The only real knock on Jones is he has eclipsed 10 touchdowns once. He remains an elite WR1 in fantasy.
Posted: 6/13/2017 1:56pm ET
Huddle Up: The Falcons will take it easy with their star receiver this offseason after missing two games last year. He may not play much in the preseason, but he should still be one of the first wide receivers taken in fantasy drafts.
Posted: 6/8/2017 10:37am ET
Huddle Up: Ideally, more red-zone opportunities equal more touchdowns. Jones' 20 touchdowns over the past three seasons are commendable, but he has been targeted 495 times in that span. Nonetheless, Jones is a top-three fantasy wideout and should be drafted as such.
Posted: 6/6/2017 12:33pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones isn't in serious jeopardy of missing significant time. As long as he doesn't have any setbacks this offseason he should be good to go as one of the first players drafted again this year after averaging 107.6 catches, 1,624.3 yards and 6.6 touchdowns the last three seasons.
Posted: 4/12/2017 6:02pm ET
Huddle Up: Unless he has a setback this spring or summer, owners can still treat Jones as an elite WR1 in fantasy. At only 28 years of age and freakishly talented, he should remain one of the top five receivers in the league for at least the next two to three years.
Posted: 4/6/2017 9:54pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones is a first-round option in all formats, and he should be one of the first receivers off the board.
Posted: 3/23/2017 11:27am ET
Huddle Up: Jones will be primed for another top WR1 season once he's recovered. He finished as the WR6 last season despite missing two games. Jones is a consensus first-round pick and should be one of the first three wide receivers taken in fantasy drafts.
Posted: 3/7/2017 6:00am ET
Huddle Up: The issue plagued Jones for the entire season, and he still managed to post an 83-1,406-6 line in 14 games. He is one of the best players at his position and a consideration early in fantasy drafts next season.
Posted: 3/6/2017 5:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones probably will sit out all of the offseason workouts in order to rehab his foot. Owners should keep an eye on the situation to make sure he does not suffer any setbacks. Jones is one of the best receivers in the NFL and should be a first-round pick in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 3/3/2017 12:07pm ET
Huddle Up: NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported earlier Jones was set to have minor foot surgery. Nearly a month removed from the Super Bowl, the clock is ticking for a decision to be made on Jones' sprained toe if the Falcons want him ready for offseason workouts. Atlanta is going to do whatever it can to help Jones enter 2017 healthy, so owners can still view him as a surefire first-round pick in fantasy.
Posted: 3/3/2017 11:30am ET
Huddle Up: Rapoport reports the surgery is minor and won't affect his training camp availability. Jones was a dominant force in the Falcons' run to the Super Bowl despite playing through a painful toe sprain. While Jones has multiple surgeries on his feet over the years, this injury doesn't appear to be related to his previous injuries. Assuming the surgery is in fact minor, Jones should be a no-brainer first-round pick in fantasy yet again this summer.
Posted: 3/1/2017 4:06pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones probably will decide on his foot in the near future and could miss some offseason workouts if he has the surgery. He should be fine for training camp and will continue to be one of the best receivers in the NFL. He will be a first-round pick in fantasy leagues and will be a weekly starting option.
Posted: 2/7/2017 9:21am ET
Huddle Up: It would not be surprising if Jones undergoes surgery considering the fact he dealt with the injury for most of the season. The ailment obviously did not hinder him all that much, however, as he amassed 19 catches for 334 yards and three touchdowns during the Falcons' playoff run. Jones' ongoing foot issues are something fantasy owners need to keep in mind going forward, but he's arguably the most dominant receiver in the game when healthy.
Posted: 2/6/2017 4:13pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones dealt with the injury for most of the second half of the season but did not miss any of the playoff games. He may be limited during workouts this offseason but should be fine for training camp. Jones is one of the best receivers in the NFL and should be a No. 1 receiver in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 2/5/2017 7:33am ET
Huddle Up: Jones was a limited participant in practice throughout the week but did not seem concerned about how the toe injury would affect his performance in the Super Bowl. He had nine catches for 180 receiving yards and two touchdowns versus the Packers in the NFC Championship Game, so owners should have no reservations about using him in any postseason fantasy contests. Jones should also be viewed as an elite WR1 option in all formats entering next year's drafts.
Posted: 2/3/2017 12:20pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones has been maintaining all week that he's fine, so the trio of limited practices shouldn't really cause any concern. And who can doubt him? While playing through injury in the NFC Championship Game, he burned the Packers for nine catches, 180 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He's more likely than not to post another big stat line in Houston.
Posted: 2/2/2017 2:51pm ET
Huddle Up: The Falcons are understandably being cautious with their star receiver before the biggest game of his career. They want him in tip top shape in a tough matchup against Malcolm Butler and the Patriots. Regardless of the outcome, Jones will remain a top-tier WR1 in 2017.
Posted: 2/2/2017 6:46am ET
Huddle Up: Jones is the best receiving option in fantasy Super Bowl pools by a long shot. However, the New England Patriots have a history of keying on other teams' best player and not allowing them to beat them.
Posted: 2/1/2017 3:29pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones probably will be limited during practice this but will be able to play against the New England Patriots. Jones should be considered a No. 1 fantasy receiver whenever he plays.
Posted: 2/1/2017 6:43am ET
Huddle Up: Jones is the top option by a large margin in Super Bowl pools. However, the New England Patriots have a history of keying on the opposition's best player and not allowing them to beat them. Jones is the best receiver to be featured in the big game in years, and he's an elite option in all formats.
Posted: 1/31/2017 12:01pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones will have his hands full with Malcolm Butler this weekend. Butler defended Antonio Brown and the Steelers well in the AFC Championship, but perhaps Jones' size will give him a needed advantage. As long as Jones stays healthy this offseason, he should be one of the first receivers taken in fantasy drafts, per usual.
Posted: 1/31/2017 9:49am ET
Huddle Up: It's an upgrade over Jones looking 'good' in limited practice Friday. In all seriousness, Jones was not listed on the initial injury report for Super Bowl LI and should be expected to receive his full complement of snaps against the New England Patriots. The biggest concern for owners hoping for another big game from him this weekend will be to what degree the Patriots attempt to take Jones out of the game.
Posted: 1/29/2017 5:19pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones is arguably the most dominant receiver in the game, and Atlanta's offense has the weapons to make opponents pay for doubling him. As long as Jones emerges from the Super Bowl healthy, he is worthy of a top-five pick in 2017.
Posted: 1/27/2017 8:37pm ET
Huddle Up: The record is even more impressive when you consider Jones has played just six seasons. He has some injury concerns, but he is well worth the risk in the top half of the first round.
Posted: 1/27/2017 10:39am ET
Huddle Up: While 'limited practice' can mean any number of different things, it has to be considered good news Jones was willing and able to practice this week. It was reported prior to Sunday's NFC Championship Game that Jones is playing through three separate foot injuries, but he told reporters Thursday he is feeling 'good'. Jones is fully expected to play in the Super Bowl but will undoubtedly be the focus of the New England Patriots' defensive game plan.
Posted: 1/26/2017 11:28am ET
Huddle Up: Jones is receiving this week off to rest his toe but will be back on the practice field next week. He has posted 247 yards and three touchdowns during the postseason and is a must-start option for owners for the rest of the season. Jones should be a No. 1 receiver in drafts next season.
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