Donald Jones placed on injured reserve by Bills: Fantasy season over

Tom Szczerbowski

Donald Jones has been placed on injured reserve by the Bills due to a lingering calf injury, ending his season. We break down the fantasy implications.

Donald Jones has been placed on injured reserve by the Buffalo Bills due to a nagging calf injury, according to the team's official site. He has been held two of the Bills' last three games. Jones was ruled out for Week 15 against the Seattle Seahawks after the injury flared up on him last Friday.

Jones will finish the 2012 season with 41 receptions for 443 yards and four touchdowns. T.J. Graham is expected to step up in Jones' place opposite Stevie Johnson at wide receiver.

Fantasy Impact: Jones was a healthy contributor to the Bills this season, though he was little more than a desperate WR3 option in most fantasy leagues. Graham has played well of late, seeing a two-game season high of 15 targets over the last two weeks. He had just six receptions for 65 yards and no touchdowns to show for the opportunities, but where there are targets, there is potential.

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