Opposing defensive coordinators face a huge problem when game-planning for the Atlanta Falcons. When facing wide receivers Roddy White and Julio Jones, along with tight end Tony Gonzalez, how do you effectively cover all three?
The answer is simple; you can't. Teams have been trying all season, and the best anyone can come up with is lock down one, maybe two of the trio and hope the third doesn't torch the defense.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that the Falcons call their three-pronged attack on offense their "P.Y.P. Attack." It stands for "Pick Your Poison" and Tampa Bay chose to attempt to cover Julio Jones.
Jones caught six passes, including an 80-yard bomb that went for a score, for 147 yards and averaged 24.5 yards per reception.