Notre Dame's Jones Has Nice Night in Championship Game Loss
News:TJ Jones had 90 yards on seven catches in Notre Dame's 42-14 loss to Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game on January 7th.
Analysis:TJ Jones ended the 2012 season with four touchdowns on 50 catches.
News:TJ Jones caught a touchdown on six receptions for 97 yards in Notre Dame's 38-0 win over Wake Forest on Saturday.
Analysis: This was by far TJ Jones' most productive game of the season, eclipsing his previous season-high for yards by nearly 40.
News:TJ Jones had five receptions and 54 yards with a touchdown Saturday against Pittsburgh.
Analysis: The 5-11 junior started the comeback with a 11-yard touchdown catch at the beginning of the fourth quarter. He now has consecutive games with five catches, which is his season high.
News:TJ Jones had two catches for 40 yards in Notre Dame's 17-14 win over BYU on Saturday.
Analysis: On a day where the running game reigned and there were just eight completed passes, TJ Jones' numbers have no fantasy value.
Notre Dame's Jones Scores Winning Touchdown in Win
News:TJ Jones scored the game winning touchdown in overtime in Notre Dame's 20-13 win over Stanford on Saturday.
Analysis:TJ Jones comes up big again in a big moment, making a great catch for the winning touchdown.
News:TJ Jones had two catches for 35 yards in Notre Dame's 13-6 win over Michigan on Saturday night.
Analysis: The passing game didn't really do anything flashy tonight but they did get big yardage out of seemingly every pass. Only 11 balls were caught by the wideouts yet 145 yards were gained out them, averaging 13.2 yards per catch. Solid numbers.
Notre Dame's Jones Has Four Catches in Win over Michigan State
News:TJ Jones had four receptions for 59 yards in Notre Dame's 20-3 win over Michigan State on Saturday.
Analysis:TJ Jones and Robby Toma may have been helped by the fact that Tyler Eifert had no catches in this game, as the two combined for nine catches and 117 yards.
News:TJ Jones had two catches for 24 yards in Notre Dame's 50-10 opening win against Navy.
Analysis: When you rush for 293 yards and are up 13-0 at half and 27-3 at the half, you don't really need to throw the ball, which would explain the quiet performances from the wide receivers.
Notre Dame's Jones Takes Leadership Role as Playing Time Increases
News: With Michael Floyd gone TJ Jones has taken on more of a leadership role, according to the South Bend Tribune.
Analysis: There's a lot of extra balls to go around this year with Floyd gone, and TJ Jones could be the chief beneficiary.
News: ![CDATA[WNDU reports that Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly has been very impressed with TJ Jones in the first week of practice: “I think T.J. has had really as consistent a five days as any of our guys. I really would highlight him today, in terms of what he’s done."
Analysis: For the Notre Dame passing game to work, other wide receivers not named Michael Floyd will also have to contribute, and in the first week of practice, that is exactly what the sophomore is doing. Look for the speedy Jones to improve on his numbers from last year.