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Behind Enemy Lines: A Quick Look at the Atlanta Falcons


NASHVILLE – The Titans face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Here's a quick look at the Falcons:

Record: 1-2.

Last game: Lost 27-24 to the Colts.

Points for/against in 2019: 20.0 ppg/25.0 ppg.


Offense: 10th overall, 369.7 ypg (27th rushing, 6th passing).

Defense: 7th overall, 311.3 ypg (12th rushing, 8th passing).


Head coach: Dan Quinn.


QB: Matt Ryan (89-of-123, 928 yards, 8 TDs, 6 INTs, 95.2 rating).

Top RB: Devonta Freeman (35 carries, 129 yards, 0 TDs).

Top WR: Julio Jones (19 catches, 265 yards, 4 TDs).

Top TE: Austin Hooper (19 catches, 177 yards, 2 TDs).


Sacks: DL Grady Jarrett (2.0).

Leading tackler: LB Deion Jones (20).

Interceptions: CB Desmond Trufant (2).

Take/Give: minus-4.

Kicker: Matt Bryant (2-3 FGs, 6-6 PATs).

Punter: Matt Bosher 41.3 (34.3).

Last meeting: October 25, 2015: Falcons 10, Titans 7.

Injury Report

-RB Kenjon Barner (concussion/knee)

-DT Grady Jarrett (toe)

-RB Ito Smith (concussion)

-P Matt Bosher (groin)

-LB D'Vondre Campbell (ribs)

-T Kaleb McGary (knee) 

-DE Takkarist McKinley (knee) 

-WR Calvin Ridley (hip)

-G Jamon Brown (hand)

Titans coach Mike Vrabel on the Falcons …

"They have very, very good skill players, they have got a great quarterback. Julio Jones is as good as you could be, but (Calvin) Ridley is as talented, (Mohamed) Sanu is versatile, tough, (Devonta) Freeman runs hard, he runs violent, he runs fast. They have some guys that have played a lot of football up front, they've got a good tight end group with Hoop (Austin Hooper) and (Luke) Stocker. So, it's a great challenge. They've got really good skill players and you could see when Matt (Ryan) got into a rhythm on Sunday, completed a lot of passes and got his team back into the football game."

Titans Online looks back at the all-time series against the Atlanta Falcons. (AP Photos)

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