END OF HALF, FALCONS 24, PACKERS 7.
Matt Ryan is 13 of 20 for 201 yards and a touchdown, 114.8 rating.
Rodgers is 10 of 18 for 85 yards and an interception, 44.9 rating.
Falcons outgained the Packers, 257 to 102.
OK, here comes Michael Cohen.
It certainly feels that way. Only difference is tonight started with the Packers' O-line being hurt instead of the WRs.
Good question. My guess is he didn't think they could stop Atlanta. He definitely thought they could stop Seattle based on how the game was going last week.
Contact is allowed within 1-yard of the line.
Bakhtiari, Bulaga, Nelson, Brice, Daniels....piling up quickly for GB.
I'm not sure, but he's had plenty. Three legitimate drops and a fourth wiped out by penalty. Then the OPI, which was questionable.
No update yet. He remains questionable. But I didn't see him on the sideline for the second quarter.
Easy now. I won't go that far.
We make sure to hydrate during each episode. Hope you all tune in first thing tomorrow morning. We brought the equipment to the stadium tonight.
I think Julio Jones is a bad matchup for most people. But yes, the Falcons seem very adept at exploiting the coverage issues for GB.
Jones was on the field for Brice in Nitro.
RB Devante Mays
CB Lenzy Pipkins
LB Ahmad Brooks
T David Bakhtiari
T Bryan Bulaga
T Jason Spriggs
DT Montravius Adams
They had an unbelievably healthy training camp relative to other teams. Things balance out.
They like having Bennett on the field because of his abilities as a blocker. He's a physical presence, Kendricks is less so.
Exactly. It's a fluky thing.
Sounds like a campaign slogan.
1) Tackle better -- too many mistakes in the secondary 3) Put together some long drives that keep Atlanta off the field 3) Give Rodgers time somehow
Matthews has started to get some pressure from the LOLB spot (against right tackle). That's been working well with Schraeder out.