Originally written on PPR Fantasy Football  |  Last updated 11/7/14

DETROIT , MI - NOVEMBER 26: James Jones #89 of the Green Bay Packers dives into the end zone for a third quarter touchdown while playing the Detroit Lions on November 26, 2009 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Green Bay won the game 34-12. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
James Jones Apparently Wants to Stay in Green Bay. Just would like the ball a little more. Aaron Rodgers torched the NFL last season. On his way to 15 wins, Rodgers did whatever he wanted to opposing defenses. When given time, he picked secondaries apart. When faced with pressure, he easily galloped for a first down. And if he wanted to kick field goals, he probably would have excelled there as well. He was incredible. Perhaps his most incredible trait, however, was his ability to spread the ball amongst his receivers–15 Packers caught passes from Rodgers last season. Anybody is a receiving option for Aaron Rodgers. If Aaron Rodgers had a receiving core of only high school players, he’d find a way to still throw for 4,000 yards. So, he’d probably get along just fine without wide receiver James Jones. And evidently, James Jones would get along just fine if he was never a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. According to Paul Imig of Fox Sports Wisconsin, when talking about possibly bei...
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