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Wide Receiver, Atlanta Falcons

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Draft: 2005 Round 1 (27)
DOB: 1981-11-02 Age: 32
WR Rank Tier ADP-12
#3 2 3.07

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2005 ATL 16 7 67 29 446 15.4 3 63.8 4.0
2006 ATL 16 6 64 30 506 16.9 0 50.6 3.2
2007 ATL 16 15 130 83 1,202 14.5 6 156.0 9.8
2008 ATL 16 16 149 88 1,382 15.7 7 180.6 11.3
2009 ATL 16 16 165 85 1,153 13.6 11 181.5 11.3
2010 ATL 16 16 179 115 1,389 12.1 10 199.2 12.5
2011 ATL 16 16 179 100 1,296 13.0 8 177.6 11.1
2012 ATL 16 0 143 92 1,351 14.7 7 177.1 11.1
2012 (Projected) ATL       96 1,303 13.6 9 184.3  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
The world likes its shiny new toys and there is no better example of that than witnessing Roddy White’s perceived fantasy value slide heading into the 2012 season. With the Falcons having unloaded a pile of picks in order to move up in the 2011 draft in order to draft Julio Jones and having seen his strong performance as a rookie, a large portion of the fantasy world seems set on him surpassing White to become the Falcons leading receiver in 2012. Not so fast, folks. Let’s check White’s resume over the past five seasons. Five consecutive seasons with at least 83 receptions and at least 1,153 yards. Two seasons with at least 100 receptions. Two seasons with double-digit touchdowns. Two seasons with at least 1,382 receiving yards. Twenty-nine touchdowns over the past three years. Two consecutive seasons with a league-leading 179 targets. Maybe it’s the age? Nah, he’s 30. While Jones is likely to warrant more looks in 2012 (he averaged less than six targets per game in 2011), the Falcons have said they planned on passing more this season and tight end Tony Gonzalez could end up with fewer looks given his decline over the past few years. In 2012, expect White’s production to approach his 100-reception, 1,296-yard, eight-touchdown performance from 2011. That would be good enough to make him a top three fantasy wide receiver.

Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Julio Jones
WR2WR2 Roddy White
WR3WR3 Harry Douglas
WR4WR4 Drew Davis
WR5WR5 Devin Hester
WR6WR6 Darius Johnson
Falcons Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Julio Jones on schedule for training camp     -- Mon Jun 2 2:55 pm --

Team on "pins and needles" as WR recovers from foot injury
Falcons HC Mike Smith reiterated how Julio Jones is on schedule for training camp. Falcons WR coach Terry Robiskie is cautiously optimistic about his return, although not seeing the receiver do any type of on-field work at this point would appear to be a cause for concern. "We'll be watching him a little bit kind of standing on pins and needles," Robiskie said. Robiskie watched his top two receivers get bit with injury bug last season. Besides Jones, No. 2 receiver Roddy White endured ankle and hamstring issues that limited his effectiveness for a good part of the season. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: White also missed the start of OTAs while mourning the death of his younger brother, so his status for the remainder of the offseason remains unclear. Injuries wrecked havoc on the Falcons' offense last year, but a healthy Jones and White together comprise one of the league's most dynamic receiving duos. With White set to turn 33, the 25-year-old Jones will be counted upon to be the game-changer in the offense.

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