Atlanta's Julio Jones might be the best — and most likable — wide receiver in the NFL. Jones, now in his sixth year in the NFL, had 83 catches for 1,409 yards and 6 touchdowns. And that's a bit of a down year for him, considering he hauled in 136 passes for 1,871 yards – league-leading totals in both categories – in 2015 and more than 100 catches and nearly 1,600 yards the year before that. In a week 4 outing against Carolina, Jones became just the sixth player in NFL history to have at least 300 yards receiving in a single game. Yes, 300 yards receiving, not all-purpose.