Jones is trying his best to emerge as the Bengals' No. 2 receiver behind A.J. Green. He will take aim at the Ravens secondary this week.
Jones caught four passes for 66 yards on seven targets in Week 9's loss to the Dolphins seven days following a four-touchdown performance against the Jets. The problem here appears to be Andy Dalton's willingness to distribute the ball many different places. Most troublesome at this given time is his insistence on making Mohamed Sanu a considerable part of the offense. Until Dalton establishes a clear No. 2, consider Jones a high-risk, high-reward player.
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