Falcons make it three in a row by blowing by Redskins

Ha Ha Clinton Dix on being ready for Falcons game'you can bet that

Ha Ha Clinton Dix on being ready for Falcons game'you can bet that

Plus, Morgan Moses' status is considered day to day, Gruden said, after the starting right tackle hurt the MCL ligament in his right knee against Atlanta but returned to the game after limping off the field in the first half.

Atlanta's 30th-ranked defense did its part, too, holding Washington to 35 first-quarter yards and making a crucial stop after Ryan was picked off by Quinton Dunbar - just the quarterback's third interception this season.

Ryan completed 26 of his 38 passes, including touchdown passes of 39 and 10 yards to running back Tevin Coleman and 40 to rookie receiver Calvin Ridley. Lauvao injured his left knee on the third play of the game, was taken off the sideline in a wheelchair and did not return.

"I think halfway through we were a better football team than we were at the start, and we have to keep it trending in that direction", Ryan said after Sunday's game. Led by Ryan, the Falcons have scored touchdowns on 17 of their last 21 red-zone possessions since their opening loss at Philadelphia.

"It's impossible. You might as well just give them the ball and give them the game", he said. "Fortunately we have a very good line coach in Coach (Bill) Callahan". Hopefully this game breaks the flood gates wide open and we see Jones find the end zone regularly to end the season. The touchdown capped a really nice outing for Jones, as he caught 7-of-10 targets for 121 yards.

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"It was a great experience having the team come out there", Jones said.

"They were so excited for him because of all the work he does behind the scenes that people don't know about", Quinn said.

Atlanta's daunting injury outlook could be improving.

Without question, the bye week couldn't have come at a more ideal time for the Philadelphia Eagles following their trip to London, mainly because of all the injuries the team continues to deal with on both sides of the football. WR Jamison Crowder missed his fourth consecutive game with an ankle injury, and RB Chris Thompson was out with injured ribs. More will be known on Wednesday about his chances to return against the Browns.

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