- Pat Yasinskas, ESPN Staff Writer
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When it comes to not completing passes downfield, several NFC South quarterbacks and receivers have the market cornered this season.
According to ESPN Stats & Information, four of the five worst completion percentages on passes of more than 10 yards downfield are from the NFC South. This includes only receivers who have had a minimum of 20 such targets.
Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and Julio Jones are third worst at 30 percent. Ryan and Roddy White are No. 5 at 38.5 percent. Last season, Ryan and White connected on 57.4 percent of passes of more than 10 yards.