"He's going to be really good this year. I mean really, really special," White said.
The duo's competitiveness and confidence showed in a recent interview with NFL.com and NFL Network's Albert Breer. The Associated Press writes that White and Jones believe they can be the top wide receiver duo in the league.
It's not a crazy thought. The top three receivers in the game -- Calvin Johnson, Andre Johnson, and Larry Fitzgerald -- all lack a great No. 2 wideout. (Titus Young could change that for Johnson and the Detroit Lions.)
We looked through each roster to see if any duo beats White and Jones. Tight ends are not allowed to be used in this discussion, so combining the New England Patriots' Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski doesn't count.
After thinking about it a while (drum roll, please), we'd take the Falcons. If we could pick one wide receiver duo, just for 2012, it would be White and Jones. Here's the entire top top-five.