But with time winding down in the first half, Jones was on the sideline at Mercedes-Benz Stadium stretching his hip.
For just the third time during this current playoff drought, the Bills enter week five as a 3-1 team.
Not only does Sunday's triumph end a four-game losing streak to the defending NFC champions. That said, the Falcons now have two week to think about this tough loss against a team they should've beaten. When your next reliable receiver is Taylor Gabriel, it is hard to throw a 50/50 ball, and Ryan paid for it. Freeman and Coleman took some stress off of Ryan today with the way they were running. They looked special for a little more than two quarters in racing out to a 31-3 lead against the Packers.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor completed 12-of-20 passes for 182 yards and 1 touchdown in Sunday's upset win over the Atlanta Falcons. Shortly after, the Falcons' No. 2 receiver Mohamed Sanu was declared out for the game with a hamstring injury. Not all the struggles were on the 2016 NFL MVP though as things were not ideal for him and his fellow Dirty Birds. He has been exactly what a team would want in their first-round pick. Cornerback Tre'Davious Davis scooped up the ball and returned it 48 yards for a touchdown to make it 14-10.
More bad luck came to the Atlanta Falcons during the game, as Ryan also lost his top two receivers to injury.
The Bills (3-1) have allowed just 52 points - the least in the National Football League - and have gone a franchise-record 15 quarters without a turnover, making for an impressive start to former Carolina defensive coordinator Sean McDermott's first year as Buffalo head coach.
But turnovers were the key to game, as the Falcons out-gained the Bills 391 yards to 281. Coleman finished with nine carries and 79 yards on the ground. It included taking advantage of an under-thrown Ryan pass deep down the field while also playing centerfield in zone coverage on another. Ryan would connect with Justin Hardy for the three yard T-D tying up the game at 17.
Here's three concerning takeaways in their Week 4 game against the Bills.
Jones (six solos) and safety Damontae Kazee topped the Falcons with eight tackles.