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In his break out year as a return specialist, Balimore Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones is now a marked man.
"Oh yeah, I got that bulls-eye on my chest," Jones told Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun. "That's what happens."
His last return for a TD was on Dec. 2, a 63-yard punt return against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 13-10 win, and just last week against the Colts in the wild card round, had a 37-yard kickoff return and a 34-yard punt return, making him someone the top-seeded Broncos will need to pay close attention to.
"It's a field-position game," Jones said. "We got to play our game and hope we hit a crease. I always try to break one. At this point of year, everybody is going to run down hard and try to make a tackle and make a play... In this kind of game, I will take the good field position anytime and get a good drive started for the offense. If one pops, it pops. It can happen when you least expect it."
Jones' little technique of pacing back and forth before receiving the punt or kickoff seems to work as teams don't know exactly what he's about to do once the ball's in his hands.
"That's my little thing that I do; It helps me get in a rhythm by moving back and forth. I don't want them to know where I'm gong to be. I like to get the crowd into it. That's like my mojo."
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