Bengals have a clear-cut No. 1 wide receiver in
A.J. Green, but the second spot on the depth chart remains a question mark. The favorite is
Mohamed Sanu, but Jones is also in the mix for the role. He did start the last six games (including the playoffs) in 2012, though his totals (18 catches, 209 yards, 1 touchdown) left much to be desired. In a best-case scenario, Jones will be worth a late-round flier in leagues with 10-plus teams. If Sanu returns from an injured foot and starts as expected, Jones will take on a backup role behind him and will be better left to the waiver wire.