Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is nursing an ankle injury. But it appears he will be able to play in this Sunday’s game. Head coach Dan Quinn shared his perspective of where Jones is at currently trying to get ready for Sunday’s game. “His explosion, even if it wasn’t at `Julio explosiveness’ would pretty much be world class in a lot of ways, Quinn said, per Vaughn McClure of ESPN. He looked good. … We really try to watch his gait and see, `Is he limited in any way?’ He looked really strong in that. If you have the strength, generally, you can really trust it to put your foot in the ground and be aggressive and go. That’s usually what I look for. On days like today, when I don’t see any hesitation and real trust, then I know he’s worked hard to get the strength back.” Jones also said he is fine. This Sunday’s road tilt in New Orleans is a must-win for the Falcons that are one win behind (9-5) both the Saints and Carolina Panthers in the NFC South.