Falcons up 10-0 after Kyle Pitts’ first NFL TD

NFL: OCT 03 Washington Football Team at Falcons
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The Falcons don’t have wide receiver Calvin Ridley with them in London on Sunday, but it’s not causing them any offensive problems.

Rookie tight end Kyle Pitts capped a 92-yard drive with his first NFL touchdown catch and the Falcons lead the Jets 10-0 in the first quarter of Sunday’s game. The Falcons opened the game with a field goal and the Jets went three-and-out on their first drive.

Pitts caught an 18-yard pass earlier in the drive and now has four catches for 36 yards overall. Matt Ryan is 9-of-13 for 89 yards over the first two possessions of the game.

The Jets have not scored in the first quarter this season and have just over a minute left to change that.

2 responses to “Falcons up 10-0 after Kyle Pitts’ first NFL TD

  1. Really surprising that Pitts’ production is so low at this point. Even despite being on the falcons.

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