5. Julio Jones
Okay, now that I got that out of my system, lets get to it. Jones was so good against the Panthers today, that there isn’t a word that could describe his performance. He was so dominant, it almost made me feel kind of bad for the Panthers. But then I remembered that selfie they all did on the sideline against the Falcons last year WHILE THE GAME WAS STILL GOING ON. I knew then that what Julio did to them was even more disrespectful.
He was fantastic in every stretch of the word, snagging 12 balls for a franchise-record 300 yards and a touchdown. Jones made mince meat out of every Panther defender that dared to try and cover him. After a confusing one-catch performance last week, Julio made clear that he still is the biggest threat to opposing defenses.