1. Julio Jones
Bucs’ fans, are you sick of this face? Unfortunately, we get the “privilege” of watching the number one choice twice each year, every year. Aren’t we lucky?
Jones was the number six pick of the 2011 draft. His rookie year was good, as he posted 54 receptions for 959 yards and eight touchdowns.
But that was only the beginning. It has only gotten better for number 11 in Falcon red.
In 2012, he caught 79 passes for 1,198 yards and a career-high ten touchdowns. That year he earned his first of three Pro Bowl selections. A broken foot sidelined him for most of 2013, but he came back even better. Jones posted over 100 receptions in each of the next two seasons, and no less than 1,593 yards receiving. Last year, he led the league in receptions with 136 and yards with 1,871. He returned to the Pro Bowl in both 2014 and 2015.
For his career, Jones has averaged 116 yards per game in eight previous contests against the Bucs. Brent Grimes and company will have their hands full.