By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on July 17, 2014
To help you form your draft strategy, here is a statistical prediction for Cincinnati Bengals WR Marvin Jones.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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