Ronald Jones eclipses 100 yards yet again
Ronald Jones continued to cement his spot as the Bucs' primary running back Sunday. With 113 yards on 23 carries, Jones became just the fourth Tampa Bay back to post three straight 100-yard rushing games, joining Doug Martin (2015), Cadillac Williams (2005) and James Wilder (1984-85).

“Great team win," Jones said after the 38-10 victory over Green Bay. “Coach (Bruce Arians) said it was going to take everybody and that’s what it was. We started off a little slow, defense picked us up and then we kept the momentum and kept riding with it. Great team win."

Jones also posted his first multi-touchdown game of his career. He scored from 2 yards out following safety Mike Edwards' interception to give the Bucs a 14-10 lead, then iced the game with a 1-yard run in the third-quarter.

Over his past three games, Jones is averaging 5.5 yards a carry, rushing for 330 yards on 60 carries. Jones' 23 carries on Sunday were a career high and came after Arians said he was confident Jones could handle a 20- to 25-carry workload. Jones' strong stretch comes with both Leonard Fournette and LeSean McCoy missing time. McCoy returned Sunday but had just 1 yard on four attempts.

Eduardo Encina, Tampa Bay Times, published 19 October 2020