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Ronald Jones II

Ronald Jones II Fantasy

Healthy
6 14th
2020
820 4th
2020
21.2 23rd
2020
6.0 41st
2020
Height / Weight
5'11" / 208 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 3, 1997 (23)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2018 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 38 (TB)
College
USC

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Ronald Jones II News

Ronald Jones II Posts 103 Scrimmage Yards And A Score

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Ronald Jones II carried the ball nine times for 66 rushing yards and caught one pass for 37 receiving yards and a touchdown. The Buccaneers were playing from behind for much of their loss to Kansas City, which explains why Jones only saw 10 touches. Still, he showcased some serious explosive ability, ripping off a 34-yard run and a 37-yard, catch-and-run touchdown up the sidelines. The 23-year-old has out-touched fellow back Leonard Fournette 44-24 over the last three weeks, though he proved in this game that he doesn't necessarily need the touches to produce. Jones will get a Week 13 bye before a favorable matchup against the Vikings.

Nov. 29th • 7:50 PM
Ronald Jones II An Upside Flex In Week 12

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Ronald Jones II has a good matchup on tap against the Chiefs in Week 12. Kansas City has allowed the seventh-most rushing yards and the eighth-most receiving yards per game to opposing running backs this year. Jones' snap percentages have been maddening over the last five weeks- 43, 24, 32, 59, and 36 percent. It's quite clear the coaching staff likes what they have with Jones and Leonard Fournette, though there could be enough room for both to have good fantasy days this week in what projects as a high-scoring contest. Jones is best utilized as a high-upside flex play this week.

Nov. 27th • 4:52 PM
Ronald Jones II Struggles In Week 11

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Ronald Jones II finished with 10 carries for 24 yards in the loss to the Rams on Monday. Jones fell flat after a 192-yard performance last week but ended up with more carries than Leonard Fournette on the bright side. It seems Jones will remain the workhorse back going forward, which makes him the safer option to start. The only problem seems to be consistency, as Jones cannot put together a long string of decent games. He has now rushed for less than 35 yards in four of the past five games, so the RB should be considered a low-end RB2/high-end RB3/flex going forward.

Nov. 23rd • 11:36 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Tom Brady
Blaine Gabbert
RB Ronald Jones II
Leonard Fournette
LWR Mike Evans
Scotty Miller
RWR Chris Godwin
Justin Watson
SWR Antonio Brown
Tyler Johnson
TE Rob Gronkowski
Cameron Brate
LT Donovan Smith
Josh Wells
LG Aaron Stinnie
C Ryan Jensen
RG Alex Cappa
RT Tristan Wirfs
Joe Haeg
LDE Ndamukong Suh
Khalil Davis
NT Steve McLendon
Rakeem Nunez-Roches
RDE William Gholston
Patrick O'Connor
LOLB Jason Pierre-Paul
Anthony Nelson
LILB Devin White
Kevin Minter
RILB Lavonte David
Chapelle Russell
ROLB Shaquil Barrett
Cam Gill
CB Carlton Davis
Ryan Smith
SS Antoine Winfield Jr.
Mike Edwards
FS Jordan Whitehead
Andrew Adams
RCB Sean Murphy-Bunting
Jamel Dean
K Ryan Succop
Greg Joseph