Injuries in Falcons' loss a reminder of what they'll have to overcome


After a win over Denver last weekend, the Bills stunned the Atlanta Falcons on the road Sunday afternoon with a 23-17 win, handing the Falcons their first loss on the season and their first loss inside the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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The Falcons had to play without its two best wide receivers, Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu, in the second half. Sanu left the game in the third quarter with a hamstring injury.

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Jones and Sanu are the Falcons' leading receivers on the season with 31 combined receptions on 47 targets for 425 yards and one touchdown. However, a little higher circumstances against the Falcons, as both came late in the game, with one giving them Bills the lead and another providing a few insurance points. The Bills can credit a revamped defense for the wins.

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The Falcons already entered the game down their top pass-rusher; Vic Beasley Jr. missed his second consecutive game while recovering from a calf strain. But now it's about finding a way to recover and not allowing the injuries to throw off their focus on returning to the Super Bowl. The Bills should have run-stopping defensive tackle Marcell Dareus back from an ankle injury Sunday, which would solidify the defensive line after the team gave up 111 rushing yards against the Broncos. But this was the first time in eight games the Falcons have lost when Freeman and Coleman combined for 200-plus yards from scrimmage.