It doesn’t take a genius to see that Julio Jones is tearing up the NFL this season, because the Falcons are creative in how they use their star wide receiver.

At any random time, you’ll see Jones lined up in the backfield, the slot, running in motion and doing anything to avoid a jam or double-team.

After seeing the Cowboys secondary get dominated by Julio Jones on Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys owner has an idea about how to utilize Bryant when he returns.

“I think our early defensive success gave us a certain confidence in what we were doing, and the when we relied on that later … I think that betrayed us,” Jerry Jones said on CBS station 105.3 The Fan’s Shan and RJ show, per the Dallas Morning News. “I’m not criticizing here at all. I’m just saying that it’s pretty obvious to me that every down is almost a new day with a Julio Jones. He was no surprise. His first two games have been almost lay-downs to what he did against us.

“My observation, though, my coaching observation — and I’m holding two fingers up on each side — I want to see the way they do Julio, and does anybody want to see us do Dez [Bryant] that way? Is that too elementary?”

Jones had 12 catches for 144 yards and two scores against the Cowboys, catching passes from every angle, and dominating Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne, Tyler Patmon and even linebacker Kyle Wilber.

By Glenn Erby

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