Falcons vs. Bengals: Announcers , channel, streaming, odds and more for Week 4

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    We’re ahttp://www.falconsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-desmond-trufant-jersey couple days away from more Falcons football. Don’t go! We’re having fun here.We’re all beginning to accept that this Falcons team is not going to resemble the team we thought we were getting coming into the year. That elite defense is not going to happen, not with players hurt and disappointing to this point. The offense, meanwhile, may actually be better than we anticipated, if the last two weeks are any guide. That makes this team more like the Mike Smith Falcons of yore, with a defense that is good enough to get by (or perhaps a bit more) and an offense that has to carry the team. This week will provide a solid test of how that reality is going to work out for these Falcons in the weeks to come. The Saints game was a good test, as well, but the Bengals are (on paper) a bit less potent on offense and a bit more robust on defense. It’s another opportunity for the offense to prove they’re for real, and for the defense to show they can do something other than just sort of continuously roll over for nearly 75 minutes. A win would help us all feel better about what’s ahead. A loss here still doesn’t kill the Falcons, but it puts them in a pretty deep hole and will cast further doubt on their ability to contend. At best, they’ll have a razor thin margin the rest of the way, so knocking off the Bengals is, if not a must, a strong want. Here’s the key information you need. Falcons vs. Bengals key infoTime: Sunday, September 30, 1:00 p.m. ESTLocation: Mercedes-Benz Stadium Andy Levitre Jersey , Atlanta, GeorgiaTV Channel: FOXStreaming: FuboTVAnnouncers: Greg Gumbel, Bruce Arians, Trent Green Radio: 92.9 The GameOdds: The Falcons are favored by nearly a touchdown at homePrediction: Falcons win, 31-27Key Questions: What will this Falcons defense look like with Damontae Kazee and Jordan Richards playing safety full-time? Will Takk be back and making an impact, and can other pieces of the pass rush step up? Will the Falcons hang 30 on a team for the third straight week? SB Nation Opposition Site: Cincy Jungle Twitter: @TheFalcoholicFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheFalcoholic2018 Falcons ScheduleWeek 1: Falcons @ Eagles, Thursday Night Football, LossWeek 2: Falcons vs. Panthers, WinWeek 3: Falcons vs. Saints, LossWeek 4: Falcons vs. Bengals, Sunday September 30 1:00 p.m.Week 5: Falcons @ Steelers, Sunday October 7 1:00 p.m.Week 6: Falcons vs. Buccaneers, Sunday October 14 1:00 p.m.Week 7: Falcons vs. Giants, Monday Night Football October 22 8:15 p.m.Week 8: BYE WEEKWeek 9: Falcons @ Redskins, Sunday November 4 1:00 p.m.Week 10: Falcons @ Browns, Sunday November 11 1:00 p.m.Week 11: Falcons vs. Cowboys, Sunday November 18 1:00 p.m.Week 12: Falcons @ Saints, Thursday Night Football – Thanksgiving November 22 8:20 p.m.Week 13: Falcons vs. Ravens Authentic Devonta Freeman Jersey , Sunday December 2 1:00 p.m.Week 14: Falcons @ Packers, Sunday December 9 1:00 p.m.Week 15: Falcons vs. Cardinals, Sunday December 16 1:00 p.m.Week 16: Falcons @ Panthers, Sunday December 23 1:00 p.m.Week 17: Falcons @ Buccaneers, Sunday December 30 1:00 p.m.Falcons-Bengals post-game injury report: DT Grady Jarrett banged up in loss The Atlanta Falcons lost another heartbreaker today, falling to the Cincinatti Bengals with only seconds to play … literally. It’s hard to know where to go from here, but let’s be honest, the defense isn’t the same without Keanu Neal, Deion Jones, and Ricardo Allen. That unit isn’t likely to drastically improve in the immediate future. But alas, there were a couple of injuries in today’s game. Let’s talk about them. Grady Jarrett got banged up in the second half. He apparently injured his ankle and earned a “questionable” designation. Jarrett found himself on a training table and some poor soul took his helmet away. (Imagine being that guy.) After getting taped up, he had his helmet back on and looked ready to play, for what that’s worth. But he was noticeably absent during the game’s final minutes. Mohamed Sanu was shaken up during the second half as well. He was having quite the game against his former team, putting up over 100 yards on the day. It didn’t appear to be anything serious, but we’ll keep an eye on it, just in case. Not a bad day from an injury standpoint, right?

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