James Jones caught less than his season average of passing yards (and only had one catch) but he did get in the end zone on Sunday against the Rams. Aaron Rodgers found Jones for a 35-yard touchdown in the first half of the Packers 24-3 win against St. Louis.
Jones was averaging 46 receiving yards a game with 228 receiving yards on the season and two touchdowns through his first five games of the 2011 NFL season. Jones' receiving yards per game is up nearly 3 yards per game.
Jones was ranked by Yahoo! as the 37th ranked wide receiver heading into Week 6 taking on the St. Louis Rams who rank 13th against the pass.
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