Julio Jones doesn't want to talk about his game-winning touchdown against the Eagles anymore.
In fact, all he wanted to talk about in his weekly press conference on Thursday was the Colts (1-1) and how the Falcons can earn their second win of the season.
Sure, it was nice to get the first win on the season, but Jones has much higher expectations for the Falcons this year and looking back in the "rearview mirror" won't help anyone.
"We don't look back, that's done," Jones said. "We're on to the Colts right now, that's our mindset."
It's all about staying present and taking care of the next task at hand and that's a road trip to Indianapolis.
"You have to stay hungry," Jones said. "You have to learn how to deal with success. Every day we just have to keep working. The hay is never in the barn … it's just that mentality. We just have to keep coming out here. We can't be satisfied with one win. We can't go 1-15, we don't want to do that. That's not the mentality. Handle success, keep working and get better."
Jones acknowledged how well the Colts' defense has been playing as of late. The Colts finished in the top half of the league in both points per game (20.0) and yards per game (291.0) in 2018 with majority of their starters back this season. Indianapolis ranks second in the league in sacks this season with nine on the year.
"They've been playing great ball," Jones said. "Last year, this year. The defense has been really great. Very fundamentally sound. They have some dogs on defense. We have to go in there and be ready to play and be ready to battle. They're never going to be out of position, we just have to take what they give us and make plays."
The last time the Falcons played in Indianapolis Jones was in his rookie season and he gave the Colts all they could handle. He caught three passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns.