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Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones dives for the end zone during an NFL game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday Nov. 26 2017 in Atlanta

He had a season-high 253 receiving yards on 12 receptions with two touchdowns, doubling his touchdown total through the first 10 games. And Coleman scored on two touchdowns in his second game filling in as the starter while Devonta Freeman recovers from a concussion. He opened up his playbook in new and exciting ways, including a 51-yard touchdown bomb to Julio Jones from Mohamed Sanu out of the wildcat "12-gauge" formation in the first half.

The Falcons opened the third quarter with a 3-yard touchdown run by Tevin Coleman to extend their score to 27-6 However, The Bucs did respond with a touchdown of their own from Peyton Barber.

But on the positive side, the Falcons should be able to survive any challenge with Jones playing at the level he played on Sunday.

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They gave up a lot of yards, including 283 passing yards from Ryan Fitzpatrick. However, they got a huge stop on fourth and one. Backup running back Terron Ward made up for what could have been a costly fumble by picking up some tough yards late. Nickelback Brian Poole also was lost for the game because of a lower back injury. But in a division in which the other three teams averaged 28 points a game last season, the Bucs' inability to consistently score has been, and will continue to be, an issue. Patrick Murray's first field goal was from 36 yards on the opening drive. He would finish 2-for-2, with four extra points on four attempts. He averaged 25.8 yards per return and had a long of 33 yards.

Rekindling memories of the Super Bowl, the Falcons (7-4) almost squandered a big lead to a team playing its third game without injured quarterback Jameis Winston.

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