Offense Matt Ryan: 80 Jake Matthews: 80 James Carpenter: 80 Alex Mack: 80 Chris Lindstrom: 80 Kaleb McGary: 80 Hayden Hurst: 68 Julio Jones: 64 Calvin Ridley: 59 Russell Gage: 51 Todd Gurley: 46 Luke Stocker: 31 Brian Hill: 21 Christian Blake: 15 Olamide Zaccheaus: 14 Keith Smith: 13 Ito Smith: 11 Matt Gono: 3 Brandon Powell: 3 Jaeden Graham: 1 The rotation at left guard appears to be over for now.
Syracuse University alumni Riley Dixon and Sterling Hofrichter, both punters, got their first wins of the 2020 season this week. Dixon punted twice for an average of 35 yards Sunday as his New York Giants defeated the Washington Football Team, 20-19. The 1-5 Giants next visit the 1-4 Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football.
Yes, they blew the Minnesota Vikings out in Week 6 to the tune of 40-23, but this team is still far from being any real threat. Just prior to the Week 6 matchup, the Falcons fired head coach Dan Quinn and general manager Dimitroff after starting 0-5. Additionally, the team wouldn’t commit to Matt Ryan long term after this season.