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2015 Schedule
4-0, 1st in NFC South

Shanahan's offense shines

The Atlanta Falcons tore up a solid Houston Texans' defense in Week 4. Kyle Shanahan seems to have another offense clicking on all cylinders under his tutelage. Grantland: NFL winners and losers

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Devonta Freeman is a fantasy force

Freeman's back-to-back 30-point fantasy performances since replacing Tevin Coleman have put him in the same company as some all-time greats, including Eric Dickerson and Walter Payton. Week 4 fantasy fallout

Kyle Shanahan has Falcons running strong (1:14)

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons coach Dan Quinn said LB Justin Durant (elbow sprain) will visit the doctor on Thursday.

Which 4-0 team is better: Falcons or Panthers? (1:26)

Le Batard & Stugotz: Joe Philbin Fired

Stugotz says the Falcons will go 16-0, says Charlie Strong should be given time at Texas plus Amin Elhassan & Adam Schefter on Joe Philbin being fired by the Dolphins.

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20hJohn Clayton

Clayton: The golden age of Matt Ryan

Matt Ryan is now 30, but he could just be entering his prime, with weapons to throw to, a running game to fall back on, and a coaching staff eager to maximize his talent.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Julio Jones, who had four catches for 38 yards against the Texans, ended up playing just 55 percent of the snaps with the blowout win. He played 39 of 71 offensive snaps. Leonard Hankerson and Roddy White both played 48. Jones said he didn't care about reaching 100 yards or scoring a TD. Just wanted the win.

Dan Quinn has Falcons turned around (1:39)

Devonta Freeman is historically great

The Falcons RB is the first player since the 1970 merger to rush for 3 touchdowns in each of his first two career starts. (via Elias)

Julio Jones finally looks human

Fantasy's No. 1 wide receiver finally came back down to Earth, totaling only three points. The Falcons jumped out to a big lead and didn't look Jones' way as often as they normally do. Fantasy winners and losers

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Freeman is a touchdown machine

Devonta Freeman recorded three touchdowns for the second straight week. The second-year back now has seven touchdowns over his past three games. Week 4 game balls

Freeman, Hoyer get game balls in Falcons' 48-21 win over Texans (1:47)
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Leonard Hankerson on Dan Quinn's impact

Falcons WR Leonard Hankerson discusses his team's identity after its defeat of the Texans, facing the Redskins in Week 5, the roles of Julio Jones and Devonta Freeman and Dan Quinn's impact.

Quinn, Ryan praise Freeman (0:37)

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Julio Jones (four catches, 38 yards, six targets) on missing 100 yards receiving for the fourth consecutive game: "I don't care about yards. I don't care about touchdowns. All I care about is my team winning, and we got that done today."

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons LB Nate Stupar with a game ball after he capped the Falcons' 48-21 win over the Texans with an 84-yard fumble return for a score.

Falcons firing on all cylinders (2:26)

Team Stats

Passing Yards289.85th
Rushing Yards113.513th
Points For34.23rd
Points Against23.2Tied-15th

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