ESPN Fantasy Projection: Jones is one of the league's oldest starting wide receivers (32), but you wouldn't know it based on the fact that he's one of only a handful to appear in all 33 regular-season games over the last two years. Jones handled a solid 21% target share during both campaigns and, despite the Jaguars' offensive struggles, has reeled off three consecutive top-35 fantasy seasons. His TDs took a dive last season (four, his lowest since 2016), but it was extremely unlucky (he tied for second in the NFL with 15 end zone targets). Jones' age is a concern, as is added target competition led by Christian Kirk, but an every-down role coupled with a Trevor Lawrence second-year leap would keep Jones in the fantasy discussion. He's a fine bench option.