Playing through a painful toe injury that hobbled him in last week's win, Jones displayed the total package while tormenting Green Bay cornerback LaDarius Gunter.
Jones' flashed his extraordinary power and speed on a tackle-breaking 73-yard touchdown scamper. His other touchdown was a balletic beauty with impeccable balance and footwork in a tight space.
Outside of the scoring plays, Jones showed phenomenal hands, concentration and leaping ability while being flipped tail over teakettle on a 23-yard grab over the middle. Capable of doing the dirty work in addition to the spectacular plays, he also moved the chains with a lunging third-down catch to help extend the Falcons' incredible streak of eight consecutive games with an opening-drive touchdown.
"I thought he played one of his best games," coach Dan Quinn said after the game. "It's away from the ball that sometimes you don't see."
If Sunday's highlight-reel performance looked familiar, it's because Jones shredded the 49ers defense for 182 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 11 receptions in the 2012 NFC Championship Game. He is the only player in NFL history with multiple games over 150 yards in the conference championship. He also joined Hall of Famers Fred Biletnikoff and Jerry Rice as the only wide receivers to record at least 180 yards in multiple postseason games, per NFL Research.
To top it all off, Jones' battled through an injury that turned out to be more than a garden variety turf toe. In addition to damage in two toe ligaments, Jones was also dealing with a mid-foot sprain, per Jay Glazer of FOX Sports.