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The Atlanta Falcons entered the win column Sunday with a 31-24 divisional victory over the Carolina Panthers.Who’s up and who’sAuthentic Deion Jones Jersey down in the win?UpMatt RyanAfter struggling last week against the Philadelphia Eagles, Ryan returned to form versus the Panthers. He was absolutely surgical, completing 23 of 28 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns while also accounting for two (!) rushing touchdowns, including a leaping eight-yard score. Tevin ColemanThe Panthers hadn’t allowed a 100-yard rusher in 21 games — until Coleman happened. With Devonta Freeman sidelined with a knee contusion, Coleman carried the load and racked up 106 yards on 16 carries. He also hauled in four passes for 18 yards. Rookie Ito Smith also had success on the ground with 46 yards on nine attempts. With Freeman slated to be out for at least a couple more weeks, it appears as though the Falcons’ run game will be fine.Steve SarkisianAtlanta’s offensive coordinator caught a lot of heat for the Falcons’ red zone failures on Week 1, so let’s give him credit the perfect showing yesterday. The Falcons scored touchdowns on each of its four red zone trips, and the offense more like it did in 2016. Sarkisian still has a lot to prove, but at least it appears he is on the right track.DownDuke RileyDeion Jones was sorely missed. It may be time to come to terms with the fact that Riley may not be the player the Falcons thought he would be when they drafted him in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He accidentally broke up what would’ve been a beautiful one-handed interception by Ricardo Allen after he ran into the safety. He also missed a routine tackle on D.J. Moore, allowing the rookie to scamper away for a 51-yard score. Riley needs to quickly improve or the Falcons’ linebacking corps is in trouble.Vic Beasley With the Panthers missing three of its five starting offensive linemen Youth Jake Matthews Jersey , it seemed like it would be a great chance for Beasley to feast. Instead, the former first-round draft pick was pretty nonexistent. At this rate, it shouldn’t be surprising if the Falcons don’t re-sign him.Damontae KazeeIn his first start, Kazee was booted for a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit on Cam Newton early in the second quarter after the quarterback had already given himself up on a first-down run. The second-year player should expect a hefty fine, too. Kazee isn’t a dirty player, but he has to be smarter in those situations.Who’s up and who’s down for you?Falcons-Panthers post-game injury report: Andy Levitre suffers elbow injury early in the first half The Atlanta Falcons played some courageous football yesterday. Beating the Cam Newton-led Carolina Panthers is always a good time; but given how week one played out, yesterday’s victory was especially sweet. There was a lot to like, and we’ll fully digest yestersday’s action in the days ahead. But let’s break down the injuries, shall we? Falcons guard Andy Levitre injured his elbow early in the first half and was ruled out. If there’s a silver lining, it’s that we got an extended look at Wes Schweitzer (51 snaps) at right guard once Levitre left the game. Against all odds http://www.falconsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-alex-mack-jersey , he looked really good. Thomas Dimitroff has been the Wes Schweitzer hype train conductor since the Falcons drafted him, and it now appears he’s not completely misguided. Derrick Shelby suffered a groin injury and left the game around the same time. Takk McKinley looked unstoppable on the field yesterday. That said, he apparently tweaked something at some point. (Vaughn McClure saw him “dragging his leg” after the game.) We can’t afford to lose Takk for any length of time, so let’s hope the leg dragging was nothing or that he rebounds quickly. Speaking of unstoppable, corner blitzer extraordinaire Brian Poole was banged up in the second half. Blidi Wreh-Wilson replaced him and nearly picked off a pass. Poole was back on the field shortly thereafter. We’ll keep an eye on all of these guys, but for now, there doesn’t appear to be any earth-shattering injuries. I’ll be interested to see whether Levitre and Takk practice early this week. Dan Quinn might elect to give those guys some extra rest as the team prepares for the New Orleans Saints. Your thoughts?
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