After winning Super Bowl XLVII where Jones caught one pass for 56 yards that resulted in a touchdown, he also returned five kickoffs for 206 yards: One of which went 108 yards for a second touchdown.
Kimmel believed that Jones could have been the game's MVP, but Jones was quick to redirect to quarterback Joe Flacco. After all, Flacco did throw 11 touchdowns to zero picks in the postseason and sported a 66.7 completion percentage with three scores against the San Francisco 49ers.
The underlying essence here is Jones' true character.
He's an unselfish teammate that knows how to have a good time while also proving to be a consistently reliable playmaker. His production throughout the 2012-13 postseason also displays perseverance, because Jones had fumbled twice for the Houston Texans against the Ravens in the previous playoffs.
However, because of that tenacity, he remained focused and it ultimately earned him a Super Bowl win and an appearance with Kimmel.
Potentially next up, as the two discussed during the interview, is Dancing with the Stars.
Jones would be great for the show, as he's a creative touchdown entertainer and pro football has seen some notable players on the contest. Hall of Famers such as Jerry Rice, Lawrence Taylor and Emmitt Smith have appeared, so Jones would potentially become part of another exclusive group.
Then again, he is an entertaining player and certainly fits the mold for television off the gridiron.