Five Bills to watch at the Chief

The Falcons host the Buccaneers on Sunday in a game that might decide the NFC South. With a win, Atlanta will have a virtual two-game lead over the Saints, 

which could grow to a three-game lead if the Saints fail to beat the lowly Panthers.

 It's a home game against a division opponent with a lot riding on it. That hasn't happened in a long time for the Falcons in December, but they could be without a slew of players on Sunday.

Jeff Okudah, Nate Landman, Kaleb McGary, and David Onyemata, on the other hand, did not practice, while standout corner A.J. Terrell remains in concussion protocol

Jeff Okudah, Nate Landman, Kaleb McGary, and David Onyemata, on the other hand, did not practice, while standout corner A.J. Terrell remains in concussion protocol

The Falcons may have to rely on a slew of backups in one of the most important games to date, with some circumstances not as serious as others.

Clark Phillips and veteran Tre Flowers saw action in place of Okudah and Terrell. 

 The former played well against the Jets, but the Buccaneers' bigger receivers and more adept passing attack should pose 

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