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I am surprised as most of you are right now to see James Jones on this list, but anytime the Vikings have a chance to take a Packer is good news for me.
James Jones is the least known guy on this list and the least productive but it does not mean he is the worst option.
In 2010, Jones put up 50 receptions, and 679 receiving yards as the No. 2 receiver behind Greg Jennings for Green Bay. He was an intricate weapon for quarterback Aaron Rodgers and helped the Packers win the Super Bowl; a feat the Vikings have been looking to accomplish since the organization started.
In Minnesota, Jones would be given the ability to finally be the premiere No. 1 receiver which has to be enticing for a career back-up.
He may not be the sexiest pick to have as a No. 1 receiver, but he has good size and will thrive with the opportunity of being the star.
Super Bowl MVP, Aaron Rodgers, clearly thinks the guy has some star potential when previously stating that re-signing Jones should be Packers "number one priority".
A reliable veteran receiver, who you can snag from your biggest rival? Sounds like a good deal to me.