Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones has appeared more focused this season and quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a theory as to why. Rodgers said Wednesday (via The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) that Jones has been more "dialed in" since becoming a father earlier this year.
Fantasy Impact: Jones has benefited this season in part because of injuries to Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson but that doesn't mean fantasy owners won't take his touchdowns. Nelson (hamstring) will likely be out again this week and that could mean more chances near the end zone for Jones.
He likely won't score three times again this week but Jones should be considered a solid No. 2/3 fantasy wide receiver for Week 16.