I think he can still get more touches as a receiver, it's just going to be up to MLF to put him in favorable situations.
If D's want to match up a LB on him out wide, the Pack will take that all day. But that's not gonna happen anymore, the cat is out of the bag. So, just go with your standard option routes out of the backfield. No reason to over complicate this.
I agree--don't slip him out wide, screens and short passes where he MIGHT draw an LB in coverage.
That is scheming him open. If they put him out wide and a S or CB follows, he's schemed open by leaving him in the backfield where it's likely to be an ILB who has the detail now.
Jones had to wait until his third season to be unleashed in Green Bay, and as the Packers begin their potential playoff run on Sunday against the Seahawks, they may be leaning on him more than ever. After two years of waiting, everyone has finally gotten a chance to see what Aaron Jones can be. And the Packers head coach feels like this is just the start. “It’s something we’re going to build on in the future,” LaFleur says. “We’ve got to make sure that we’re creative and using him in the right way—because he is a valuable, dangerous weapon.”
Typo above. It says Jones is above Cook.
You know there's a sarcasm emoji available, right?