Beating Falcons in Atlanta will be tall task for Bills

Beating Falcons in Atlanta will be tall task for Bills

ABOUT THE FALCONS (3-0): Atlanta has shown a nice balance on offense and is willing to take what opposing defenses give. In the third quarter, it was ruled that Jones, along with Mohamed Sanu, would both be out for the remainder of the game.

Buffalo has yet to allow a passing touchdown this season from any distance, short or long. When Taylor throws 29 or fewer passes, the Bills are 16-5.

Jones left the game in the second quarter with a hip flexor injury and was unable to return, with his status originally set as questionable but later downgraded to out. Quinn said that was a "one-off for us" and he wants solidarity this week.

Jones was limited in practice this week with a back injury.

Jones had three catches for 30 yards before heading to the locker room.

The Falcons led 10-7 at halftime as Devonta Freeman scored from a yard out with 18 seconds remaining in the second quarter to climax a 78-yard drive. Ryan completed 24 of 42 passes for 242 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

Tyrod Taylor finds Jordan Matthews for the 9 yard touchdown. The group also included defensive end Jerel Worthy, wide receiver Kaelin Clay, cornerback Shareece Wright, running back Taiwan Jones and defensive tackle Cedric Thornton.

The Buffalo Bills showed the Atlanta Falcons that their defense is for real and Stephen Hauschka made sure that the effort paid off with a victory on Sunday.

Falcons: After their bye week, host Miami on October 15.

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