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2014 Fantasy Football: Predicting The Stats For WR Marvin Jones

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Predicting The Fantasy Stats For WR Marvin Jones

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To help you form your draft strategy, here is a statistical prediction for Cincinnati Bengals WR Marvin Jones.

Games Played – 16

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Games Played – 16

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Jones played in all 16 games last year and was a constant in fantasy lineups. There is no reason to think that Jones won’t play all 16 games again in 2014.

Receptions – 47

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Receptions – 47

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Green wasn’t exactly a PPR superstar last season. He caught 51 balls and had just two games with six or more catches. Look for him to average only a couple grabs per game.

Receiving Yards – 653

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Receiving Yards – 653

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Jones hauled in a career-high 712 yards last season. However, the team has plenty of options in Cincy and the wideout will be hard pressed to match his 2013 numbers. He will take a small step back this fall in the yardage department.

Yards Per Catch –

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Yards Per Catch – 13.9

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The number one deep threat in Cincy is obviously WR A.J. Green, which unfortantely leaves Jones is stuck running underneath routes. He will occasionally get loose and catch a long pass, but expect his YPC to stay well under 15.

Touchdowns – 7

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Touchdowns – 7

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Jones shocked the world by hauling in 10 touchdowns last year, which was capped off by his four-touchdown explosion in Week 8 against the New York Jets. He likely won’t match those numbers in 2014, so fantasy fans should curb their expectations.