The Atlanta Falcons may be diminished in their capacity to throw and stop the pass on Sunday against the Titans. Two key Atlanta players showed up on the Falcons' Week 11 injury report.
The only Atlanta player who will be out for Sunday's game with the Titans is playmaking safety William Moore, whose quadricep injury kept him out of practice all week . The most important player on the list, though, is probably wide receiver Julio Jones, whose hamstring injury kept him out of practice. He's listed as questionable for the Falcons' Week 11 match-up with their second AFC South opponent of the 2011 NFL season.
Offensive tackle Sam Baker is also listed as questionable for Sunday's game.
Here's the full Falcons injury report for Week 11:
OUT: Safety William Moore (quadricep).
QUESTIONABLE: Wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring), offensive tackle Sam Baker (back).
PROBABLE: Defensive end John Abraham (held out of practice for reasons not injury related), wide receiver Harry Douglas (thigh), defensive end Ray Edwards (knee), cornerback Brent Grimes (knee), center Todd McClure (held out of practice for reasons not injury related), running back Antone Smith (knee), running back Jason Snelling (hamstring), and linebacker Curtis Lofton (ankle).
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