"I consider myself as a receiver trying to get better. Working on my craft every day, trying to better myself. And, like I said, just make the most of my chances," Jones said when asked if he considers himself a No. 1. "No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4 — the main thing is you're making the most of your chances. If you keep making big plays when you get a chance, some people will label you as the No. 1 receiver.
"But I'm just trying to get better."
And the Packers have no doubt he will.
That pride Jones took in his run blocking last weekend? It just shows the attention he's putting into every detail of his game. If he keeps that up, there's no telling what he can do.
"The thing about James, he hasn't hit his ceiling," Bennett said. "He can continue to get better, and he'll be one of the guys that people are talking about in the years to come as one of the best receivers in the game."