Through four games this season, the Green Bay Packers are 4-0. Both Aaron Rodgers and James Jones have a lot to do with that.
Jones was brought in by he Packers on a one-year deal after he was cut by the New York Giants and Packers star wide out Jordy Nelson suffered a torn ACL. Jones was able to return to Green Bay, and it has been an all-around blast for him in his homecoming.
He even answered my question to him on Twitter a few days back.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) September 26, 2015
Alright, let’s get back on topic now about Aaron Rodgers in James Jones. Rodgers is fairly accurate and efficient as well all know, but he’s perfect to James Jones this year in terms of passer rating, per Bleacher Report’s Michelle Bruton.
Rodgers has a perfect passer rating of 158.3 when targeting James Jones, a player to whom he hadn't thrown a pass since 1/5/14. #Packers
— Michelle Bruton (@MichelleBruton) October 7, 2015
Packers star running back Eddie Lacy has had praise for the work Jones has done back with the Pack.
“Playmaker,” said Lacy of Jones. “He came in, he picked up right where he left off, like he never left the team. Every time he gets an opportunity he makes the most of it.”
Jones has 17 catches for 317 yards this season, which is an average of 18 1/2 yards per catch. His four touchdown catches also have him tied with Randall Cobb for the most on the Packers this year.
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