Fantasy Football: 5 players who need a bounce-back game in the worst way

One of the AFC's top QBs is struggling

Two players from the Green Bay Packers make the list

Will anyone on the Giants be fantasy worthy?

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Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (33) runs the ball against the Detroit Lions during their / Tork Mason / USA TODAY NETWORK

Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers

Aaron Jones has been a huge disappointment this year and like Burrow, most of that has been due to injury. His hamstring has limited him in practice this week but playing on Monday night should give him enough time to be ready to face the Las Vegas Raiders.

If he does, he needs to make the most of his touches. The Raiders currently rank No. 26 in the league in run defense, giving up 134 yards per game on the ground.

This season, Jones has carried the ball just 14 times for 59 yards. He's added just three receptions. That puts him at 17 total touches for the season and if he is on the field against the Raiders, he needs to be much more involved.

The Packers have the inexperienced Jordan Love at QB and though he has shown flashes of being a really good player, his best friend would be a reliable running game and Jones is the key cog to get that going.