Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones made the most of his four receptions Sunday, going for 127 yards and a touchdown. Jones' touchdown proved to be the difference as the Packers beat the Detroit Lions 22-9.
Jones' score, the first touchdown of the game, came near the end of the third quarter, on an 83-yard pass connection between Jones and quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The two had a second touchdown taken off the board later in the game.
Fantasy update: It is difficult to predict which receivers will have big games for Green Bay and which won't. After being shut out completely in Week 1, Jones had a huge Week 2, with 178 receiving yards. His yardage fell off in Week 3, but he had a score, and finally had big yardage and a touchdown in Week 5. Jones -- and fellow wide receivers Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson -- are very unpredictable, but their highs are so high that they all have to be used when they're active.
The Packers upcoming games -- against Baltimore and Cleveland -- don't promise boisterous offenses, so temper expectations of all the Green Bay receivers, but they are still more than usable going forward.