Jacoby Jones

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2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: The Texans re-upped with Jacoby Jones and the speedster figures to remain as the teams No.3 receiver, providing speed in the passing game. Oddly enough Jones only averaged eleven yards per catch last season, but I expect that to climb back to more like fourteen or fifteen yards this year.

In the end, Jones isn’t worth selecting on draft day, but if Kevin Walter or Andre Johnson should miss time, Jones would make for a waiver wire flair.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 45 544 4
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Receiving
Year Age G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2007 23 14 3 15 149 9.9 0 26 1.1 10.6
2008 24 16 0 3 81 27.0 0 45 0.2 5.1
2009 25 14 1 27 437 16.2 6 45 1.9 31.2
2010 26 15 7 51 562 11.0 3 47 3.4 37.5
2011 27 16 10 31 512 16.5 2 80 1.9 32.0
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

The Texans re-upped with Jacoby Jones and the speedster figures to remain as the teams No.3 receiver, providing speed in the passing game. Oddly enough Jones only averaged eleven yards per catch last season, but I expect that to climb back to more like fourteen or fifteen yards this year.

In the end, Jones isn’t worth selecting on draft day, but if Kevin Walter or Andre Johnson should miss time, Jones would make for a waiver wire flair.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 45 544 4

2011 June

While Jacoby Jones is a free agent it looks like both Jones and the Texans are expected to work a deal out that will keep the young receiver in Houston. If Jones returns he will be the teams third receiver as Kevin Walter and Andre Johnson will be the starters once again. Don’t look to Jones as an option worth drafting but he could become and option of the waiver wire should one of the two receivers listed above go down with an injury.

2010 Preview

It looked like Jacoby Jones was primed for a starting position as fellow receiver Kevin Walter was projected to leave the team in free agency. Instead the Texans were able to sign Walter and announced that he would start opposite Andre Johnson. Now, a once promising season is likely lost as Jones is still the No.3 receiver on the team.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Jacoby Jones showed flashes to maturity as a wide receiver last season, and he had a couple solid games to close out the year. Against the Dolphins and Patriots, Jones posted 65 yards or more and a touchdown in each game.

For the season Jones continued to translate his game breaking special teams play over to his receiving ability as he posted six touchdowns on only 27 receptions. He also had an explosive 16.2 yard per catch average for 2009.

Audio: WR Jacoby Jones | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Jones was a project player coming out of college and was an instant impact player in special teams. Now in his fourth year, Jones looks ready to take the No.2 starting position away from Kevin Walter.

Coach Gary Kubiak has continued to praise his young talented pass catcher for his maturity and dedication to getting better at the position. When you factor in that the Texans have given his old kick and punt return job to another player it is even more convincing that Jones will play a big role in the passing game.

Jones is worth a late round pick in all fantasy leagues because of his explosive talent and his emergence in a great passing offense. As long as Jones wins the job to start the season, I fully expect him to have a stronger year and be a fantasy relevant player in 2010.

Assets

- Big Plays

- Decent Touchdown Maker

- Heavy Pass First Offense

- Plays In A Dome

Liabilities

- Needs To Win Starting Job

- Won’t Rack Up A Lot Of Receptions

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