1Does Jones still have enough in the tank?
After his injury-riddled debacle last season, most teams clearly passed on signing one of the greatest WRs of the century. But if you look closer, Julio Jones performed exceptionally well (on a per-game basis) only a year earlier. If we see even a glimpse of his 2020 self, Jones could be on weekly streaming radars.
2Crowded receiving corps
The last time Tom Brady settled for less than three great receivers, he was playing up North. Jones joins a very crowded receiving corps, particularly if Chris Godwin returns to the field by Week 1. Can Jones average a fairly healthy five or more targets per contest?
In his first season in Tampa Bay, Brady averaged 38 pass attempts per game, which was just shy of a five-year high. Then, last year he jumped to over 42 attempts per game. If the Bucs ease back a bit on Brady in 2022, Jones’ path to fantasy relevance will narrow.