No one in history has amassed 2,000 receiving yards in a single NFL season, but Julio Jones believes he could become the first -- if in fact that was the goal.

But according to Jones (and Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan), it's all about winning in Atlanta, so that will take precedence over a season-long quest to simply chase stats.

"I can, but I'm going to do what helps the team win," Jones told ESPN.com. "If that's me getting 2,000 on the way to being a great teammate, let's do it. But if it's not required for me to win games, hey, I'm all about winning."

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Jones finished 2015 with 136 catches for 1,871 yards, which was good for the second-highest single-season receiving total in NFL history.

"Can he do it? Absolutely he can. Is it a good thing? If we've won 16 games, it's a great thing," Ryan said. "Julio will tell you the same thing. If it's going to help us win, hell yeah it's a good thing. It depends on wins. At the end of the day, that's all that's important."