Julio Jones was injured earlier this season just after it looked like he was putting it all together.
A week later, coming off a two-touchdown, 100-yard performance, Jones is injured yet again.
The rookie wide receiver and No. 6 overall pick in the 2011 draft is dealing with another hamstring injury.
Jones is a popular flex option in many leagues. He's always a threat to score from anywhere on the field, and it was expected to be a shootout today against the New Orleans Saints.
Who's the Backup?
Harry Douglas would rise up to the No. 2 receiver spot as he has done in the past already this year. He's a normal part of their offense as is.
Four. Atlanta has played without Jones before, and has other weapons. He's still developing as a receiver in this league and has been more of a luxury at times than a key component. He'll get there, but it will take time.
Timeline for Return
Jones is listed as questionable and looked visibly frustrated with his coaching staff when talking with them.
What They're Saying
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution tweeted:
He also said earlier that it looked like the Falcons were going to shut down Jones for the day.
It is unlikely that he'll return to the field.