Falcons WR Julio Jones dominates Buccaneers

Rosalie Stanley
November 27, 2017

He is the only player in National Football League history to have three games with at least 250 receiving yards. In what was originally thought to be a huge NFC South showdown, the Bucs ill be looking to keep their slim playoff hopes alive by beating the Dirty Birds in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Jokes aside, Sanu literally is a flawless National Football League passer.

The Falcons touchdown broke a 3-3 tie in the second quarter.

Atlanta: The Falcons continue their homestand by hosting Minnesota. The Falcons were able to maintain momentum, scoring the first touchdown of the day when wide receiver Mohamed Sanu hit Julio Jones for a 51-yard score.

Facing a third-and-1 from their own 49-yard line, the Falcons put Sanu in the quarterback spot, and the wide receiver delivered, tossing an absolutely flawless pass to fellow wideout Julio Jones for a 51-yard touchdown.

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Atlanta answered with a field goal of their own on their first possession with kicker Matt Bryant connecting on a 49-yarder.

But Keanu Neal battled down Fitzpatrick's pass on fourth-and-1 at the Atlanta 18 with just over 7 minutes remaining, and the Falcons drove for a clinching touchdown on Tevin Coleman's 14-yard run with just under 2 minutes to go.

Coleman, filling in for again for injured Devonta Freeman, rushed for 97 yards and two TDs. The play almost got derailed when Sanu bobbled the ball faking a handoff to Coleman, but he managed to snag it out of the air and deliver a flawless throw down the middle of the field.

The New England Patriots are hosting the Miami Dolphins on Sunday and the opening kick of the second half created one of the scariest situations we've seen in 2017. The Bucs are at Green Bay next Sunday in their third straight road game.

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