BY ROB REISCHEL
Aaron Jones has seemingly spent most of his second NFL season in Mike McCarthy’s doghouse — even though no one could quite figure out who exactly Jones had bit.
Jones entered Sunday’s game in New England as arguably the most underutilized weapon in football. Despite averaging 6.23 yards per carry — the most of any running back with at least 30 carries — Jones was averaging just 8.8 carries per game.
For the first time in 2018, Jones gave McCarthy a reason to limit his workload.
With the game tied at 17 and Green Bay at New England’s 34-yard line, Jones lost a fumble...
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