Jones doesn't know how the Bucs' defense will try to attack Atlanta's offense, but he's ready for everything. No matter what coverage Jones sees, the focus will remain on helping his team score points against the Bucs (3-7).
"Whatever the defense gives us, we trying to score points," Jones said. "That's the biggest thing, score points."
The Falcons rank No. 19 in the league in scoring, averaging 22.0 points per game.
Home or away, Jones ready to play
The Falcons (3-7) haven't played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium since Oct. 27 and will host back-to-back NFC South games over the next two weeks. Although Jones is happy to be playing at home in front of the fans, the location of games has no meaning to him.
He's ready to play whenever and wherever.
"For me it doesn't matter if I'm at home or away and for the team I feel like we [are] just going to play," Jones said. "We going to ball, we going to do what we need to do. We going to play for one another, it will be good to be back at home with the fans cheering us on."