Washington got the wrath of Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills in Week 3, losing 43-21 in a bloodbath. Both sides of the ball got exposed, with QB Taylor Heinicke throwing 2 INTs and for just 212 yards. Had it not been for Antonio Gibson’s long 73-yard TD scamper, this game would have been even more out of hand.
The Falcons picked up their first win of the season, a 17-14 victory on the road against the New York Giants. It still wasn’t the offensive performance the Falcons were looking for, though the defense held tight (granted it was against a depleted Giants offense). Atlanta may have a tough time with Washington’s pass rush, but could also get the passing attack going this week.
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