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American football wide receiver for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). Wikipedia
American former professional football player who was a wide receiver and return specialist in the National Football League (NFL). Widely regarded as the greatest return specialist in NFL history, and was the first person to return the opening kick of the Super Bowl back for a touchdown. Wikipedia
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- Bradford had a 2–4 TD-INT ratio, Maxwell was constantly beaten by Falcons receiver Julio Jones, and Murray was held to 11 yards on 21 carries.
- On fourth down with two minutes left in the game, Ryan threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones that ended giving the Falcons the late go-ahead score.
- His favorite target was receiver Julio Jones, who caught 83 passes for 1,409 yards (second in the NFL) and six touchdowns.
- Back on offense, Ryan completed passes to Julio Jones for gains of 17, 20, and 19 yards respectively before he scrambled for a 14-yard touchdown.
- Atlanta took the ball back and drove to a first down on the Eagles' 9-yard line, featuring a 20-yard reception by Julio Jones on fourth-and-6.
- He achieved the milestone in 116 career games; only two NFL players have reached the mark in fewer games (Calvin Johnson in 115 games and Julio Jones in 104 games).
- In Week 4, Ryan threw for a team-record 503 yards and four touchdowns while teammate Julio Jones caught 12 passes for a team-record 300 yards and a touchdown in a win over the Carolina Panthers.
- Atlanta countered with an 80-yard drive of their own, featuring a 21-yard reception by Julio Jones and scoring on Ryan's 5-yard pass to fullback Jason Snelling.
- On the next two plays, Matt Ryan completed passes to Julio Jones for gains of 19 and 23 yards.
- In the second quarter, Atlanta tied the game 7–7 on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Matt Ryan to Julio Jones.
- Atlanta responded with their own 13-play, 75-yard drive on their first possession and tied the game with Matt Ryan's 7-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones on the second play of the second quarter.
- The Falcons surged back to take a halftime lead on a 21-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones and another field goal.
- The Falcons managed to reach field goal range with the big play being a Ryan 30-yard bomb to Julio Jones.
- Then, after a punt, Atlanta receiver Julio Jones caught a 27-yard pass and rushed for 13 yards on an end-around play as the team drove 57 yards in nine plays to go up 6–0 on Bryant's 51-yard field goal.
- Bryant was named to the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career, replacing Julio Jones, who could not participate due to the Atlanta Falcons advancing to Super Bowl LI.
- Matt Ryan found Julio Jones in the corner of the end zone to give Atlanta its first advantage of the day, at 14–10.
- The teams traded field goals in the second half, but Atlanta pulled away late as quarterback Matt Ryan iced the game with an 8-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Julio Jones for the final 26-13 margin.
- Julio Jones muffed the following kick-off (a surprise short one), with Texas recovering at the Alabama 30.
- Starting from their own 38, Ryan connected with Julio Jones for a 49-yard bomb to the Patriots 13.
- Atlanta dominated the first quarter, mainly on plays by receiver Julio Jones, who caught five passes for 100 yards, including a 46-yard touchdown catch on their opening drive, and a 27-yard reception on their next drive to set up a Matt Bryant field goal.
- It was not Carolina's day as the defense had a very hard time putting pressure on Matt Ryan, who threw for 500 yards and four touchdowns, one of them to Julio Jones, who had a monster game, catching 12 passes for 300 yards.
- His seven touchdown receptions was second among rookies – one behind Julio Jones of the Atlanta Falcons.
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