Bills at Falcons: Highlights, score and recap

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The Falcons had to play without its two best wide receivers, Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu, in the second half. After the Falcons' top two receivers left the game with injuries, Ryan was searching for other receivers. With Sanu also hurting, it's hard to say whether anyone in this Falcons' receiving corps would be worth picking up to help replace him. Ryan's target ended up being Nick Williams, and the ball off Williams hand ended up being picked off by Micah Hyde.

LeSean McCoy had 20 carries for 76 yards and three catches for 32 yards. A official review confirmed the turnover, which was Ryan's fifth interception in the last two games.

The Falcons (3-0) should be a good test for Buffalo's surprising defense. Can it be the difference in today's game against the Falcons?

The new addition to the inactives list this week is free safety Ricardo Allen, who suffered a concussion on a crucial fourth quarter play last week.

Add the injuries of Jones, Sanu, and defensive lineman Jack Crawford (biceps) and the Falcons could put together an all-injury all-star team. While he's collecting a lot of money to not work for Buffalo, the Bills probably don't mind after the way the first few games of the Sean McDermott era have gone.

Falcons: After their bye week, host Miami on October 15. The Falcons held the back in check most of the game with his longest rush going for just 8 yards.

It's no secret the Bills have been better than expected, but they've yet to face a team like the Falcons.