18. WR Julio Jones — Atlanta Falcons
After eight years in the league, Jones remains one of the most lethal wide-outs in the NFL. The Alabama product has piled up five consecutive years of at least 1,400 yards receiving, and just recently eclipsed the 10,000 yard mark for his career.
A few years ago, Jones would likely top this list. However, the Falcons offense has evolved recently. Matt Ryan has become less reliant on his No. 1 wide-out, and as a result, has blossomed into one of the more well-rounded passers in the game today. The threat of Jones remains a weapon on the outside, but the Falcons offense doesn’t rely on Jones as heavily as it did in prior years.
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