Just an observation: I keep reading posts that say Julius Jones can't carry the ball 27 or 35 times a game.
Carried out over 16 games, this averages out to between 432 and 560 total carries - which would obliterate the current NFL record of 410 carries for a season, set by Jamal Anderson in 1998. The 400 carry mark has only been surpassed four times, the other running backs being James Wilder in 1984, Eric Dickerson in 1986, and Eddie George in 2000.
A more realistic number would be around 20 carries a game (320 for a season), or 23 touches a game if you factor in pass receptions (assuming 50 catches a year, which for Jones is probably a reach at this point).
And for another point, consider as some others have mentioned that Jones in his rookie season carried the load 30+ times over three consecutive games, tying an NFL record with Earl Campbell.