The Atlanta Falcons want Julio Jones to receive more targets in their offense.
"No, and the reason I say that is that he's such a factor," Dan Quinn said when asked if he's satisfied with how often Jones is getting the ball. "We've got to get more possessions, more time, more plays. And I think that's more a byproduct of getting Julio the ball more. It's not where he needs the ball more. We need more plays so he can get the ball more."
Jones leads the Falcons with 25 catches for 367 yards but has no touchdowns through five games. Jones has 38 targets, which is tied for 32nd in the NFL. Antonio Brown has 72 targets this season.