The second round rookie turned in a forgettable performance in 2017, pulling down 27 receptions, 316 yards and two touchdowns, well short of expectations. Barring setback, he'll be healthy for 2018. Everything from poor quarterback play, injuries and even weather conspired against Jones in 2017. His reception to target percentage of 36.5% was horrific as Jones became just another touted young receiver to disappoint. More change is in the air for the Bills and it's hard to predict greater success looking forward. First-year head coach Sean McDermott is well thought of across the league and a new offensive coordinator, Brian Daboll, fresh off a national championship performance for Alabama, returns to the NFL with the hope of adding to his five Super Bowl rings acquired as part of the New England Patriots. This change, combined with the likelihood of yet another new face at quarterback, likely holds down Jones' current WR47 ranking on DLF's wide receiver rankings. To realize his ceiling, Jones will have to do what few have ever done in the NFL, become consistently productive as a Buffalo Bill's receiver. He has youth on his side, but little else. He's a developmental talent only in dynasty until more consistency is found.