Jones rushed 11 times for 47 yards, but lost a fumble in Monday night's 23-22 win over the Lions. He also caught four of his seven targets for 13 yards.
Jones came crashing back to the earth after his four-touchdown performance in Week 5. Not only did he cough the ball up on Green Bay's second offensive series, but he then dropped a wide-open, 33-yard touchdown on the next one. After that blunder, he was pulled for Jamaal Williams, who then capped that drive by taking a pass five yards into the end zone. In fact, while Jones would re-enter the game and produce decent results, it was Williams who stole the show, finishing with 14 rushes for 104 yards and four catches for 32 yards and the aforementioned touchdown. On the back of a disappointing display by his standards, Jones will aim for improvement in Week 7 versus the Raiders, but it wouldn't be surprising if the second-string Williams earns himself some extra touches following Monday's success. Oct 14 11:47 pm (EST)
- Jones will likely notice a reduction in his offensive snap share Monday against the Lions with fellow running back Jamaal Williams on track to play after clearing the concussion protocol and practicing fully Thursday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
- Jones carried the ball 19 times for 107 yards and four touchdowns and caught seven of eight targets for 75 yards in Sunday's 34-24 win over the Cowboys.
- Jones will likely be in store for an elevated snap count and extra touches with top backfield complement Jamaal Williams (concussion) ruled out for Sunday's game in Dallas, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. "I definitely think I can go toe-to-toe with him," Jones said earlier this week, when asked how he compares to the Cowboys' three-down back, Ezekiel Elliott. "I feel like that's something I did a couple of years back in Dallas when not a lot of people knew me. That was my first start. I definitely think I can go toe-to-toe." All Aaron Jones News
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