Gunter sticking on Jones.
Sorry folks, internet went out in the press box. I'm using the hotspot on my phone now.
Packers have the ball on the 44.
Man, Rodgers had Cook open all day for a 10-yard gain and he kept looking for more. What did he find, Cobb wide open in the middle. That was a gamble.
There's nothing wrong with the way the Packers are playing offense. They're moving the ball. They just need to finish on this drive.
Christine Michael can't mess around with all that darting and dashing. Go get that first down.
Looks like Montgomery went off with a little bit of a limp.
Ripkowski is in as the running back.
Haven't seen anything from Allison yet today.
Rodgers had that one read perfectly. Saw the blitz and got Cook to run over the middle. Easy first down.
Down goes Ripkowski and out comes the ball. That's a fumble and the Falcons have it. First turnover of the day.
Huge turnaround there. Just a rip job. Right out of Ripkowski's arms by cornerback Jalen Collins.
The officials have ruled this a touchback.
He wasn't trying to advance it. It's not a safety if he's not advancing. it. Now it could be spotted at the one, but the officials thought his momentum carried him into the end zone. Don't know if McCarthy can challenge that.
That's the big question, but instant replay is not changing it.
Capers is going to HHCD in the box on first down and the Falcons are taking advantage of the single high safety.
Julio Jones is heating up. That's not even a very good throw and the Packers aren't close to the ball. Their secondary can't hold up. They're going to have to get more from the pass rush.
The Falcons are running double moves on them and Ryan has too much time to get rid of it.
They are going after Gunter in a big way. They look like they're aware of where he's lining up and attacking him.
They need a sack in the worst way.
Falcons C Alex Mack is slow to get up but he's walking to the sideline.
Because the Falcons are protecting well and their receivers are winning their routes. Ryan is hanging the ball up there on some of those throws, but Jones has been so wide open it hasn't mattered.
Yes, they've hit him several times. But they're always just a half second too late.
Not sure if Gunter got a finger on that, but that would have been a huge play if Jones had caught it. Third and 10.
They are just killing the Packers with these crossing routes when the Packers are in off coverage. Gunter and Thomas seemed to be playing different coverages there.