Julio Jones injury update: Fantasy stud ready to go against the Dolphins

Scott Cunningham

Julio Jones is all set to face the Dolphins. We break down the fantasy implications.

Julio Jones (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. He was limited in practice all week and is expected to play.

Jones went off against the Rams in Week 2 thanks to his 81-yard TD on a fly pattern. He finished with a massive total of 11 catches for 182 yards in the team's win.

The receiving standout will see a heavy load against the Dolphins. Miami is decent at stopping the run and with Steven Jackson out, the Falcons will likely be looking to air it out.

Fantasy impact: If you have Jones, there's no way you're ever going to bench him as long as he's not ruled out. Roddy White has been dealing with an ankle injury and Matt Ryan seems to also have realized that Jones is the most freakishly-skilled receiver this side of Calvin Johnson. Harry Douglas won't be worth starting in most leagues.

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