ATLANTA INJURY REPORT -NFL Network's Ian Rapoport stated that Julio Jones' (hamstring, questionable) "outlook is a little bleak" for Week 3 against the Bears.
Jones is a game-time decision for now. He will run before the game to test his hamstring and then the team will make the call on his status. If he does play, Jones will be well below full health versus the Bears. Expect Calvin Ridley to take on a larger role with Jones limited or potentially out.
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Sorry Chicago you guys don't have the WR of the Falcons its too many options Giants damn near beat yall without a RB so this one Atlanta will take this. The thing is that Gurley catching out the backfield gonna be the key here to keep the Chicago D off Ryans ass
The Bears may be 2-0 but they have struggled against some of the worst teams in the league...barely pulling off a win against Detroit in game 1, then getting shut out for the entire second half against the Giants is not very impressive.
Atlanta might be 0-2 but those losses came against playoff caliber teams with the Seahawks and the Cowboys. Even if their loss to Dallas came in spectacular Super Bowl LI fashion, Atlanta sounds fired up and focused in on this one - this is a big game for them. With or w/o Julio Jones, Atlanta has plenty of depth at WR and the Bears simply wont be able to put up enough points to keep up. Take Atlanta.
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium has an retractable roof so weather should not be a major factor for today's game. It will be Partly Cloudy with 47% cloud cover and a 14% chance for rain. The temperature is 79 with 69% humidity and winds at 6 mph S.