4. Atlanta Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons have been a frustrating team to watch this season, even for non-Falcons fans. If you play fantasy football and own Bijan Robinson or Kyle Pitts, you can attest to the problems, here. The Falcons have been one of the better rushing teams in the league over the last couple of seasons, but they haven't given a full workload to Robinson, consistently.
Desmond Ridder offers a bit of a dual-threat aspect to him, which works well for a team wanting to stay committed to the run. But, having Jones under center could bring more of a threat as one of the underrated runners at his position.
Right now, Atlanta is 4-6 and owns the no. 9 pick in the draft. So, they are just a few picks back of having a shot at Caleb Williams or Drake Maye. In all likelihood, Atlanta won't have a chance at either, come April. Thus, they'll have to look at other first-round options or at replacing Ridder and Taylor Heinicke via trade and/or free agency.
The options aren't great in free agency, thus a trade for Jones could make some sense while Atlanta uses that first-round pick on another position of need.