ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 27: Julio Jones #11 of the Atlanta Falcons leaps over the goal line to score a touchdown as Tyler Patmon #26 of the Dallas Cowboys looks on the in the third quarter at AT&T Stadium on September 27, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

After Julio Jones torched the Cowboys, Jerry Jones wants to see this change

Jerry Jones is spot-on.

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones torched the Dallas Cowboys for 12 catches, 164 yards and two touchdowns in his team's 39-28 victory.

While Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wasn't thrilled with the defense, he saw the way Atlanta used Julio Jones and wants his team to mimic that with Dez Bryant upon his return.

From The Dallas Morning News:

"When you cover him the way we did in the slot and you don't have a sideline to work with, then it's really very difficult for him not to get the plays," Jerry Jones said. "My observation, though, my coaching observation - and I'm holding two fingers up on each side - I want to see the way they do Julio, and does anybody want to see us do Dez [Bryant] that way? Is that too elementary?"

According to the story, Jones was targeted 20 times by the Falcons, and Bryant has never seen more than 17 in a game. Whether that changes moving forward remains to be seen.