Between an offense that on paper looks scary good to some, to the value of the trade of Julio Jones from the Atlanta Falcons to the Tennessee Titans, there was already plenty to talk about related to the biggest trade of the NFL offseason.

Adding Jones to an offense that already has SEC All-Stars like Ole Miss’ A.J. Brown and fellow former Alabama star Derrick Henry is an intriguing depth chart to consider for the 2021 season.

Jones, 32, is the Falcons’ career leader in catches (848) and yards (12,896) and is second to Roddy White in touchdown receptions (63). His 95.5 receiving yards per game is the best per-game average in NFL history, almost 10 full yards better than first-ballot Hall of Famer Calvin Johnson, who is second (86.1).

Here’s a sampling of the reaction from fans and media: