5 takeaways from the Bills win over the Falcons

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Jones, a two-time All-Pro, suffered a hip flexor late in the second quarter and walked into locker room under his own power.

Limited all week in practice with a back injury, Jones suited up and caught the first pass of the game from Matt Ryan.

Buffalo Bills middle linebacker Preston Brown (52) to a win over the Atlanta Falcons during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, in Atlanta. In the third quarter, it was ruled that Jones, along with Mohamed Sanu, would both be out for the remainder of the game.

The Falcons are no longer unbeaten, and the Bills are no longer apologizing for the way they play. Tyrod Taylor connected with Charles Clay for 44 yards and then with Jordan Matthews from 9 yards out to get their first lead. A official review confirmed the turnover, which was Ryan's fifth interception in the last two games. Hats off to the Bills defense.

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Add the injuries of Jones, Sanu, and defensive lineman Jack Crawford (biceps) and the Falcons could put together an all-injury all-star team. Right tackle Ryan Schraeder is still in concussion protocol and will be replaced once again Ty Sambrailo.

This coming week's bye gives the Falcons a chance to rest and recover.

There was no individual play that sent Jones off the field.

The Falcons certainly need Beasley back to apply even more pressure to opposing quarterbacks, although the line has done a solid job collectively in that category.

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