On Sunday, the Falcons defeated the Carolina Panthers. But that was not the only thing that the Falcons won, Julio Jones broke the Falcons record for the most receiving yards in a game.
Of course, we all know what Julio is capable of, coming straight out of the University of Alabama and changing the Atlanta Falcons franchise in one season. Every time he steps on the field, other teams have to prepare for his skills and strategies that take him straight to the endzone every time.
With Julio recovering from a recent injury, he made a speedy recovery to do an excellent job against Oakland, New Orleans and Carolina.
However, this is no surprise. As stated in one of my previous articles, Julio is set to break the NFL record for the most receiving yards in a game. Since he has reached this milestone with the Falcons franchise, the odds are for him as he is expected to break the NFL record.
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Although, the next game will definitely be tough, these past three games have been a win for the Falcons. The momentum is there, but the work ethic and determination must be double. If the Falcons defeated Cam Newton and the Panthers, then anything is possible with the other Superbowl 2016 appearing team.
Anything, and I mean, anything is possible within the next few games.
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Julio Jones is a huge part of the team, but he is definitely not the only part. Every win that the Falcons have had, they have won together as a team. With the fans right behind them, the Falcons will definitely #RiseUp this upcoming season.
Stay Tuned for the Atlanta Falcons vs. Denver Broncos game in Denver, Colorado Sunday October 9 on FOX.