The Hawks said something in ideal time with a predominant day in and day out triumph over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football in the home opener at Lincoln Monetary Field.
The Birds gave fans a lot to cheer about as quarterback Jalen Damages was marvelous, tossing for 333 yards on 26-of-31 passing. He opened the game interfacing on his initial 11 pass endeavors, setting another vocation high.
Harms had one score passing - a BOMB to Quez Watkins for 53 yards - and two hurrying scores as well as one more 57 yards on the ground.
The protection kept its part of the deal after the Falcons hustled out to a day in and day out halftime lead by holding the Vikings scoreless in the final part.
Cornerback Darius Kill set himself ready to be the NFC Protective Player of the Week with two capture attempts and five pass separations,
while holding Vikings star wide collector Justin Jefferson under wraps. The safeguard constrained three turnovers - all Kirk Cousins block attempts - and the Falcons are 2-0 with their most memorable NFC East standoff up next on Sunday in Washington. This is the way the game unfurled:
The Birds took the initial opening shot and walked 82 yards in 11 plays as Jalen Damages polished off the drive by barreling through three Vikings cautious players for a 3-yard score run, his second of the time
DeVonta Smith got his most memorable pass of the time on the main play from scrimmage, a 5-yard gain. The vital play of the drive was a third-and-13 pass to A.J. Brown
his most memorable gathering as a Falcon at Lincoln Monetary Field, for a 19-yard gain to the Minnesota 10-yard line. Harms was 5-for-5 for 63 yards with culminations to four distinct collectors.