Along with Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, Julio Jones has become one of the National Football League’s top wideouts. In 2015, Jones had another dominant year in the NFL when he finished 1st in the league with 1,871 receiving yards.
Jones 1,871 receiving yards were the second highest in NFL history behind former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who finished the 2012 regular season with 1,964 receiving yards.
High expectations had followed Jones throughout his entire professional football career, even when he played for the University of Alabama during his collegiate career.
Jones has only seen the postseason only twice during his five years in the National Football League. He will try to expand upon his experience in the postseason as the Falcons will make an attempt to dethrone the Carolina Panthers in the NFC South.
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