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Falcons’ Jones leaves game vs. Bills

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones has suffered a hip flexor on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. He’s already been ruled out for the rest of the game.

Quarterback Matt Ryan also lost another offensive weapon, as Mohamed Sanu also suffered a hamstring injury. He’s also out for the rest of the game.

Julio Jones (Getty Images)

Julio Jones (Getty Images)

Jones suffered the injury in the second quarter of the game. He was ruled out after halftime by the Falcons.

This is definitely a huge blow to the Falcons offense, especially for Ryan and the perfect Falcons. He’s going to have to rely heavily on his other options.

With this injury, there’s a good chance that he could return in Week 6 since the team has a bye week in Week 5. Sanu is also expected to return in Week 6, as well, after a week off to recover.

Sanu had one catch in the game for three-yards before leaving. Jones had three receptions for 30-yards before leaving.

On the season, Sanu has 16 receptions for a 163 yards and a touchdown. The All-Pro wide receiver Jones has 19 receptions for 295 yards.

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