Mike Glennon has to stay within himself, focus on efficiency, not explosion, and above all else take care of the football.
If Dowell Loggains will stick like glue to his club’s strengths — give Jordan Howard the ball at least 20 times on the ground, 10 or so more carries for Cohen and make the passing game go through the tight ends and Cohen and Howard as well with short, safe ball-control tosses — he can accomplish two things:
It will keep the Falcons offense off the field and hopefully put some points on the board.
That’s the game plan. The key to making it work is Hroniss Grasu and Cody Whitehair – we’d love to see Kyle Long but it just doesn’t seem likely – have to handle Grady Jarrett and Dontari Poe inside, and Charles Leno has to start earning some of his new riches with at least a standoff against the NFL’s best pass rusher in 2016, Vic Beasley, Jr.