With Jordan Bryant now playing for the Atlanta Falcons, the second-year receiver has already established himself as one of the league’s best players.
Bryant is averaging more than 19 yards per catch this season, second only to wide receiver Julio Jones, and his five touchdown receptions this season rank second in the NFL.
While the Falcons have been without him all season, Bryant is a major reason why the Falcons are one of only three teams with a winning record this year.
He also leads the league in receiving yards (1,897) and ranks third in the league with six touchdown catches.
Bryant has a big day with the Falcons on Sunday night when they host the Seattle Seahawks in Week 7.
Bryant’s breakout season has been largely due to his ability to find holes in the defense.
He has caught 12 of Atlanta’s 24 touchdown passes this season and he has a league-leading seven games with at least one touchdown catch in each of the past four seasons.
He is averaging 24.6 yards per reception on those receptions.
Bryant caught three touchdowns last season.
With a bigger role for Bryant this season with Atlanta, he could see more targets.
According to Pro Football Focus, Bryant has the third-highest yardage-to-catch ratio (11.6) in the game with 4,926 yards to date.
He has caught at least six passes in every game this season.