7. Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta
Even at age 30, Jones remains the same athletic freak he’s always been. He can do it all: he’s fast, he can jump, his hands are incredible, and he’s not afraid to get physical with cornerbacks. In 2018, Jones caught 113 passes while leading the league in both receiving yards and yards per game. Reasonable people might disagree, but for most, there’s no doubt Jones is still the best wide receiver in the NFL.
There’s no reason to expect anything different in 2019. Jones has started 16 games in three of the last four seasons, so nothing is keeping him off the field. As long as Matt Ryan is the quarterback in Atlanta, those two will continue to form a lethal combination for opposing defenses.