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Team Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints finally square off for NFL Football battle at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA, September 11th, this Sunday, Week 1, scheduled to commence on 1:00 PM. It took many dramatic twists and turns, but the road to Saints vs. Falcons finally looks clear. New Orleans Saints vs Atlanta Falcons headlines Sunday pay-per-view event at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA.

When: Sunday, 1:00 PM, September 11th, 2022

Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA

TV: FOX

NEW ORLEANS (9-8) at ATLANTA (7-10)

Sunday, 1 p.m. EDT, Fox

OPENING LINE: Saints by 5 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook.

SERIES RECORD: Falcons lead 54-52-0.

LAST MEETING: Saints beat the Falcons 30-20 on Jan. 9, 2022, in Atlanta.

SAINTS OFFENSE: OVERALL (28), RUSH (15), PASS (32), SCORING (19).

SAINTS DEFENSE: OVERALL (7), RUSH (4), PASS (14), SCORING (4).

FALCONS OFFENSE: OVERALL (29), RUSH (31), PASS (16), SCORING (26).

FALCONS DEFENSE: OVERALL (26), RUSH (27), PASS (18), SCORING (29).

TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Saints plus-7; Falcons minus-6

SAINTS PLAYER TO WATCH: WR Michael Thomas has not played in more than a year, but was on track to go in the opener. In 2019, Thomas set an NFL record for catches in a season with 149. That’s when Drew Brees was New Orleans’ QB and offensive guru Sean Payton was the head coach. Thomas has said he’s eager to prove his best seasons remain ahead, regardless of changes in personnel around him.

FALCONS PLAYER TO WATCH: QB Marcus Mariota has some big shoes to fill as he takes over for longtime starter Matt Ryan. Mariota was the No. 2 overall pick by the Titans in 2015, but he”s failed to live up to those lofty expectations. In fact, Mariota hasn”t started a game since 2019, spending the two years as a Raiders backup. Mariota said he grew a lot during his time in Las Vegas, and he”s eager to put those lessons to use in Atlanta. Mariota is solidly locked in as the starter for now, but rookie Desmond Ridder could get a look down the road if the Falcons are struggling.

KEY MATCHUP: The Saints offensive line vs. the Falcons pass rush. Three-time Pro Bowl left tackle Terron Armstead left New Orleans in free agency. James Hurst will take over that key spot after spending last season as a reserve who filled in at both guard and tackle because of injuries. Now it”s Hurst who”s coming back from a broken left foot. He”ll have the job of protecting the blindside of QB Jameis Winston, who”s returning from season-ending knee surgery. Fortunately for the Saints, they”ll be facing a Falcons pass rush that ranked last in the league with just 18 sacks. It”s not clear how the Falcons will be able to improve on those paltry numbers given their bargain-basement spending in free agency. The 2021 sacks leader, Dante Fowler with 4 1/2, was let go after the season.

KEY INJURIES: The Saints’ projected starting lineup is largely healthy, although CB Paulson Adebo (ankle) missed practice during the week. … Thomas (hamstring) and LB Pete Werner (groin) were limited in practice as they come back from injuries. … Tre’Quan Smith, a deep threat and one of the Saints’ top reserve receivers, missed practice time with groin soreness. … The big question for the Falcons is WR Drake London, their first-round draft pick. He played just one possession in the preseason because of a knee injury. The Falcons planned to wait until the end of the week before determining his playing status. … CB Darren Hall (quad) was the only other concern.

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