Washington Redskins rookie running back Matt Jones has been relatively quiet for the past two months. Since rushing for 123 yards and two touchdowns in a Week 2 victory over St. Louis, Jones hadn't rushed for more than 38 yards in a game.
That changed in the Redskins' 47-14 rout of New Orleans last Sunday. Jones ran for 56 yards -- his second-highest single-game total of the season -- and also caught three passes for 131 yards and a touchdown. The TD came on a 78-yard screen pass and broke a 14-14 tie with 10 minutes remaining in the first half.
Here's a look at how the other rookie backs and receivers have fared through Week 10:
Running backs (minimum 80 touches, eight per game)
T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville (157 touches): Yeldon ran for 61 yards and caught five passes for 6 yards in the Jaguars' 22-20 victory over Baltimore. He's dealing with a foot sprain that may limit him in Thursday night's game against Tennessee.
Todd Gurley, St. Louis (146): Gurley ran for 45 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 44 yards in the Rams' 37-13 loss to Chicago. Gurley has played in seven games but is already fourth in the NFL in rushing (709 yards) and is on pace surpass Devonta Freeman and Chris Johnson in the next few weeks.
Melvin Gordon, San Diego (135): The Chargers were off last weekend, which means he's still searching for his first touchdown.
Duke Johnson, Cleveland (102): He totaled just 28 yards on eight touches in the Browns' 30-9 loss to Pittsburgh.
Matt Jones, Washington (97): Jones is the Redskins' No. 2 back behind Alfred Morris but showed that he can be a factor in the passing game. He has run for 332 yards and caught 21 passes for 210 yards.
Ameer Abdullah, Detroit (82): He had minimal impact in the Lions' 18-16 victory over Green Bay, rushing five times for 15 yards and catching one pass for 7 yards.
Receivers (minimum 40 targets, 4 per game)
Amari Cooper, Oakland (79 targets): The Raiders' offense was slowed a bit in a 30-14 loss to Minnesota. Cooper caught five passes for 79 yards. He's due for a touchdown catch this week because he caught a TD pass every other week this season.
Jamison Crowder, Washington (56): He caught just four passes for 60 yards, but one went for a touchdown in the Redskins' surprising rout of the Saints. That was the first touchdown catch of his career.
Stefon Diggs, Minnesota (43): He had just two passes thrown his way, but he caught both for 46 yards in the Viking's victory over the Raiders.