Week 8- I’m high on Julio Jones, you know that by now. I’m skeptical of Asomugha, you know that. Start Julio Jones as your WR1, you know that.
Week 6- Alright, so that prediction didn’t quite work out, but he still had a very solid week. Against a horrible Raiders Defense, he’s a WR1 that needs to stay in your fantasy lineup.
Week 5- Julio Jones vs De’angelo Hall? Bold prediction of the week: Julio Jones finishes with 150 yards and 2 touchdowns in this one. If that’s not bold, I don’t know what is.
Week 4- Jones gets an easy matchup against the weak Panthers’ secondary, and is our #2 overall WR for week 4. Expect another performance similar to week 1 and Jones could end up in Megatron territory by seasons end.
Week 3- Don’t be worried over Jones’ poor performance in week 2. He’s still an elite WR and should remain in your lineup as a WR1.
Julio Jones draws a tough matchup against the strong Chiefs secondary who now has Eric Berry. Jones could have some good news, as Brandon Flowers may not play. If he doesn’t, you can fully expect Jones to explode in this game. He has as much raw talent as anyone not named Calvin Johnson in the NFL, and has a great chance of showing it in this game. He’s a clear must-start for this game as there is 200 yard potential.
Julio Jones was one of the big breakout talents in 2011 as he caught 59 passes for 959 yards and eight TD’s. We expect Jones to lead the Falcons in receiving in 2012 as he clears 1400 yards receiving this year. Julio has shown big play ability, and with everyone in camp giving him rave reviews we have every expectation of Jones being a #1 WR this season.