The Atlanta FalconsAuthentic Julio Jones Jersey have plenty of injuries, and their inactives list against the Panthers reflects that unfortunate reality. As you’ll see below, the Falcons have Devonta Freeman, Ben Garland, and Russell Gage out due to injury, which leaves Wes Schweitzer as the primary (and really only) reserve option along the interior line. The Panthers are starting Chris Clark at left tackle, so they’re hardly better off, but the Falcons have a few realities to navigate here. New addition Steven Means and fifth defensive tackle Justin Zimmer are both inactive, which means the Falcons’ line will comprise just eight full-time players against this lousy Panthers offensive line. Blidi Wreh-Wilson will step in at corner with a larger role (though still not a large role) with Isaiah Oliver shelved, too. Of course Authentic Deion Jones Jersey , the biggest hole is left by Devonta Freeman. Without him, the team will lean very heavily on Tevin Coleman, with the hope that Ito Smith and Brian Hill can do some solid work if they’re needed. Hill should get a lot of run on special teams today, too. We’re just about an hour away from gametime. Buckle up!3 Falcons up, 3 Falcons down in Week 4 loss to Bengals The Atlanta Falcons dropped another one, this time falling to the Cincinnati Bengals in a 37-36 shootout. Who’s up and who’s down in the loss?UpMatt RyanThere’s nothing that needs to be said about Ryan at this point. He churned out another masterful performance, finishing with 419 yards, three touchdowns, zero turnovers, and a 134.5 passer rating. Unfortunately as was the case last week Black Brian Poole Jersey , the heroic effort ended with a loss.Calvin RidleyThe rookie wide receiver can’t stop scoring. Ridley leads the league in receiving touchdowns with six as he added two more against Cincinnati. He mostly earns himself a spot on this list for his route running ability as he juked Dre Kirkpatrick to another dimension en route to a 30-yard touchdown.Takk McKinleyMcKinley returned with to action from a groin injury with a vengeance, racking up three sacks and being disruptive for much of the game. He tweeted “I got you ATL” early in the week and made good on that promise.DownDesmond TrufantIt certainly wasn’t Trufant’s finest day, as Cincinnati’s receivers was able to consistently beat him and he was flagged twice: once for unnecessary roughness and another for defensive holding. We’ve come to expect a lot better from the cornerback, so his play on Sunday was a little surprising. Things were especially bad on the Bengals’ game-winning drive. He allowed Tyler Boyd to convert two fourth-down conversions an also let a should’ve been game-ending interception go right through his hands.Robert AlfordIt’s actually pretty miraculous A.J. Green ended up with just four receptions for 78 yards (and the game-winning touchdown) because he was able to get behind Alford on more than one occasion. Alford was flagged for defensive pass interference and defensive holding, the latter being declined since Green still made the 16-yard catch. He also lost contain on Giovani Bernard’s touchdown in the first quarter, allowing the running back to easily run outside for a 10-yard score.Brian PoolePoole finds himself on the down list for his unnecessary roughness penalty in the third quarter that gave the Bengals a first down instead of putting them in a 3rd and 17 situation. Fortunately, Damontae Kazee intercepted a tipped ball on the next play, but Poole and the rest of the Falcons defense cannot afford to commit penalties like that.Who’s up and who’s down for you?