The gaudy receptions and yardage totals aren't there, yet Green Bay wide receiver James Jones has shown up where the Packers need him the most: the end-zone. In his last three games, the sixth-year veteran has scored six touchdowns, giving him a league-lead (7). "This is not a surprise for us, because we've known this side of James," Greg Jennings said. "We've known him to be able to make plays. It's just a matter of being more consistent with doing it on the field on Sundays. He's been by far the best receiver we've had out on the football field."
Even without the endorsement from Jennings, everyone's firmly planted on Jones' bandwagon. Depending on your scoring system, he's at least a high-end WR2 and has gone from a potential sleeper to Aaron Rodgers' safety blanket. As long as Jennings is unable to play, which is looking likely again here in Week 7, Jones is a must-start fantasy option. It would be nice to see his targets increase a little bit, if I may nitpick him.