The Case for Selecting Julio Jones No. 1 Overall

While the most common way to project players is using past production, you can also make assumptions based on the previous seasons from a team’s offensive coordinator. The narrative surrounding Kyle Shanahan’s arrival suggests 2015 will be particularly exciting for an already dominant Julio Jones. There’s now a competing narrative suggesting Shanahan’s presence may be irrelevant. I think I can show this isn’t the case and that you’d be justified in selecting Jones at any point in a PPR draft, even No. 1 overall.

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By Mike Braude | @BraudeM | Archive

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