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After the focus on the lines, Atlanta needs to add an explosive element to enhance the offense with Julio Jones. The man for the job is Dri Archer. If ever there was a player who fit his team's nickname, it's Archer of the Kent State Golden Flashes. He's a bolt on the field. Just like Jones is.
Put the ball in Archer's hands and get ready to see some exciting runs, catches and returns. He's a more explosive version of what Darren Sproles has been for the New Orleans Saints. And Atlanta should use him in the same kind of capacity.
With Jones out for the year, Atlanta has been missing an explosive threat. In this scenario, adding Archer and getting Jones back from injury would give Atlanta multiple explosive threats. And it would also finally have that dynamic return threat it's been missing since Eric Weems left.
2013: 10 Games Played, 25 Catches, 327 Yards, 4 Touchdowns, 68 Carries, 527 Yards, 6 Touchdowns, 2 Kick Returns, 128 Yards, 1 Touchdowns, 2 Tackles
2012: 14 Games Played, 39 Catches, 561 Yards, 4 Touchdowns, 159 Carries, 1,429 Yards, 16 Touchdowns, 1 Punt Returns, -4 Yards, 17 Kick Returns, 591 Yards, 3 Touchdowns
2011: Sat out due to Academic Ineligibility
2010: 12 Games Played, 16 Catches, 75 Yards, 1 Touchdown, 40 Carries, 140 Yards, 1 Touchdown, 5 Punt Returns, 12 Yards, 22 Kick Returns, 451 Yards
2009: 11 Games Played, 19 Catches, 231 Yards, 3 Touchdown, 58 Carries, 246 Yards, 1 Touchdown, 11 Kick Returns, 266 Yards, 1 Tackle