11:38 PM EDT, Fri October 09, 2015
CSN Washington Oct 8, 2015

Julio Jones set to test Redskins' banged up secondary

Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones leads the NFL in receptions and receiving yards.
Pats Pulpit Oct 8, 2015

Week 5 Patriots vs Cowboys Film Review: Julian Edelman is Julio Jones, Willie Snead

The Patriots can watch some of the Cowboys past competition for some easy ways to pick up yardage. The Dallas Cowboys have allowed three wide receivers to post 80 or more yards against their defense. One receiver was the Atlanta Falcons' Julio Jones, who is the most athletic freak of a wide receiver in the entire league. The other two are the Philadelphia Eagles' Jordan Matthews and the New Orleans Saints' Willie Snead. The New England Patriots could try to mimic what the Falcons did with Jones, but without a wide receiver of that athletic capability the Patriots hopes of mimicking the...
Times-Picayune Oct 7, 2015
ESPN wants to know: Where are all the Atlanta Falcons fans?

ESPN wants to know: Where are all the Atlanta Falcons fans?

The Atlanta Falcons have started the 2015 season 4-0 under new head coach Dan Quinn. Quarterback Matt Ryan has the most passing yards in the NFC South while receiver Julio Jones is having quite a start, too. And according to...
Houston Chronicle Oct 4, 2015

Texans hold Falcons star Julio Jones in check during loss

One shocking aspect of the Texans' defensive performance Sunday during a 48-21 loss to the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome was how they contained star wide receiver Julio Jones, but still managed to lose the game handily.
Gang Green Nation Oct 4, 2015

Jets vs. Dolphins Third Quarter Thread

The Jets lead the Dolphins at halftime in London by a score of 20-7. They have controlled the game from the start, marching down the field in three plays on their first drive for a go-ahead touchdown. They have led since. The only time Miami showed life was on a touchdown drive aided by big penalties by Darrelle Revis and Marcus Gilchrist. The Jets scored a big touchdown before the half. This game shows what a difference Chris Ivory and Eric Decker make. The pair missed last week. This week, Ivory already has 89 yards and a touchdown at the half. Decker has four catches, including a nifty...
Washington Post Oct 4, 2015

Redskins-Eagles: Game day notes and fast facts

This marks the 161st overall meeting between these teams with 160 of those games coming during the regular season. Washington leads the all-time regular season matchup with a record of 81-73-5.
Florida Times-Union Oct 3, 2015
Live Blog: Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts

Live Blog: Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts

Join Ryan O'Halloran, Hays Carlyon, Gene Frenette and the rest of the Times-Union team for live coverage and analysis of today's game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.read more
Battle Red Blog Oct 2, 2015

Pre-Game Recon (Texans v. Falcons): Julio Jones Cannot Be Stopped

Dave Choate from our sister site, The Falcoholic, was kind enough to answer all of our burning questions on his beloved Falcons in advance of this weekend's quadrennial Southern showdown. 1) I won't bother asking a question like, "How do you stop Julio Jones?" because we both know that isn't going to happen, so instead I'll just ask how does it feel to get to watch this ridiculousness every single week? It's glorious, and you're always afraid it'll end. We just haven't seen sheer dominance like this from the wide receiver position in Atlanta, even when Roddy White was in his prime and...
The Falcoholic Oct 1, 2015

FalcFans podcast: Julio Jones is a bad man, and a Falcons-Texans preview

The FalcFans/Falcoholic crew break it all down for you this week. This week's podcast asks the important questions, like whether Julio Jones is the most dangerous man in the world. He probably is. This week's special guest is Thomas Melton, an NFL scout and Falcons fan who helps the duo of FalcFans editor Aaron Freeman and Falcoholic writer Allen Strk break down Week 3 and look ahead to next week's matchup against the Texans. Spoiler alert: The guys are bullish on Atlanta's ability to move to 4-0 by beating a Texans team that has an anemic passing attack and worse-than-expected defense...
The Falcoholic Sep 29, 2015

Julio Jones is on pace to break a couple of NFL receiving records

Julio Jones is very good. As you might have guessed, Julio Jones is on pace to break at least a couple of records, should he continue to vacuum up all the passes in America. Through just three games, Julio has 34 catches for 440 yards and four touchdowns. It should go without saying that there are plenty of ways he could fall off his current pace, but if he maintains it for the rest of the season and Matt Ryan is content to feed him, he'll make history. Roughly calculating Julio's current pace, he could go off for 177 receptions, 2,351 yards, and 17 touchdowns over a full season. That pace...
Houston Chronicle Sep 28, 2015

Texans rookie Kevin Johnson on Falcons star Julio Jones: ‘He’s a force’

The Texans’ secondary held up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ imposing wide receiver tandem of Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson. Now, their job gets even tougher Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. Falcons star wide receiver Julio Jones has 34 catches for 440 yards and four touchdowns through three games. Jones is
The Falcoholic Sep 24, 2015

Report: Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones still nursing sore hamstring

Fact: Julio Jones is his own third cousin, twice removed Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones doesn't have the greatest injury history. In fact, he's got a reputation for being banged up. It's his own fault: when you play with that kind of intensity, every single series, things are going to happen. At the moment, a sore hamstring is what ails him. Per ESPN's Vaughn McClure, Julio is still limited in practice, with an eye towards keeping him fresh for Sunday's game. Jones, who started experiencing hamstring soreness after the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles, was limited...
The Falcoholic Sep 22, 2015

Falcons vs. Giants 2015: Lessons learned from Week 2

Our Falcoholic roundtable considers the lessons worth learning from the Falcons-Giants tilt. Caleb Rutherford There's no I in team...but there is in Julio. I don't think it's any stretch of the imagination to say that Julio Jones, in his current state, is the best receiver in the league. It's also clear that this team's offensive success will ride on his back, as Roddy disappeared, and Hankerson and Freeman had a couple of terrible drops each this week. This sentiment was unfathomable a few years ago, but Julio Jones - and not Matt Ryan - could be the worst person to lose on this...
Newsday Sep 20, 2015

Giants can't keep up with Julio Jones

He was playing with a sore hamstring, but Julio Jones kept racking up catches and the Giants' defensive backs kept pounding the Falcons receiver as he came across the middle again and again
Denver Post Sep 20, 2015
Julio Jones unstoppable in Falcons' 24-20 win over Giants

Julio Jones unstoppable in Falcons' 24-20 win over Giants

Even when he is unstoppable, it's not good enough for Julio Jones.

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