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ATLANTA — Atlanta Falcons rookie right tackle Kaleb McGary, the second of the team’s two first-round draft picks, left Sunday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a first-half knee injury.

McGary, the 31st overall pick in last April’s NFL draft, didn’t appear to put any pressure on his left leg as he was helped to the sideline by two members of the athletic performance staff. The injury occurred with 8 minutes, 10 seconds remaining in the second quarter.

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McGary returned in the fourth quarter. While McGary was out, veteran Ty Sambrailo replaced him.

McGary’s status is significant because the Falcons’ other first-round draft pick, right guard Chris Lindstrom, broke his foot in a season-opening loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Lindstrom, the 14th overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft, had successful surgery and will be in a walking boot for at least eight weeks. There is a chance he could return after being placed on injured reserve, but Lindstrom wouldn’t be able to play in a game until Week 10 against New Orleans.

The Falcons view McGary and Lindstrom as integral parts of the line for years to come while playing together on the right side. McGary’s progress ran into an obstacle when he was sidelined three weeks following a minor heart procedure similar to ones he had in the past. It resulted in McGary playing only one preseason game and then rotating with Sambrailo during the opener against the Vikings.

The Falcons replaced Lindstrom with veteran Jamon Brown. Matt Gono seems to get more of an opportunity at right tackle ahead of Sambrailo, but Gono has missed the first two games with a back injury.

The offensive line was a big concern for the Falcons coming into the season, which is why they invested two first-round picks in Lindstrom and McGary while also signing James Carpenter and Brown as guards in free agency.

In just 20 minutes, the Falcons will be kicking off on Sunday Night Football. I hope you’re all ready to be exhausted tomorrow!

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You don’t need any preamble for this one, so gird your loins and get ready for what’s ahead. This is your open thread for the game, as a reminder.

Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Week 2
When: Sunday, September 15, 8:20 p.m. EST

Where: US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Channel: NBC

Announcers: Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth

Streaming: fuboTV

Radio: 92.9 The Game

Key Questions: Can the Falcons stall a pretty lethal Eagles passing attack by holding DeSean Jackson and company in check? Will Atlanta’s offense be up to the task of protecting Matt Ryan and giving him time to make passes in what looks like a juicy matchup otherwise? Are we gonna have to hear about how pissed the Falcons are if they lose this one?

Prediction: Falcons lose, 31-27

The Philadelphia Eagles have owned the Atlanta Falcons in recent history, but the latter opened “Sunday Night Football” with a clear advantage over their favored opponents, quieting Doug Pederson’s explosive offense early on.

Injuries, it should be noted, might be quieting the Eagles just as much as the Falcons. Carson Wentz, Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, Nelson Agholor, Dallas Goedert and Jason Kelce were all evaluated for ailments at certain points early in the contest, with Wentz, in particular, failing to find any rhythm out of the gate and with his top two targets on the sidelines.

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Atlanta, meanwhile, hasn’t gotten a perfect night from its own quarterback, Matt Ryan, who missed on a pair of deep touchdown opportunities while targeting Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby. Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley have more than made up for those overthrows, however, repeatedly finding openings in Philly’s secondary to put the Falcons ahead and keep Atlanta’s home crowd energized.

We’ll be providing live updates of Eagles-Falcons below, so follow along for all of the action.

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