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The Green Bay Packers will storm into Atlanta with a perfect 4-0 record, but the underachieving 2-2 Falcons will look to get back on track with a big home win.
The Falcons' best chance to win this game rides on the arm of quarterback Matt Ryan, who plays much better at home than on the road. Green Bay's defense is stout, but injuries and aging have caused the Packers secondary to become suspect.
Ryan has thrown for 1,135 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions thus far, and receivers Roddy White and Julio Jones have proven to be quality targets for the young signal-caller. Packers cornerback Charles Woodson continues to play at a high level even at his age, but a younger Roddy White has a chance to get the best of him at times on Sunday.
Even if Woodson completely takes White out of the picture, that leaves Jones to take on Green Bay's backup safeties deep. And if Atlanta can establish some kind of running game with Michael Turner, they could be in business on offense.
Green Bay's offense should be able to keep pace, however. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is having an unbelievable season, completing 73 percent of his passes for 1,325 yards, 12 touchdowns and two interceptions thus far, which has earned him an incredible 124.6 rating.
Rodgers isn't alone, however. With Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley, James Jones and Donald Driver at his disposal, the Pack is averaging 429 yards per game through the air, good for fifth in the NFL.
Throw in James Starks and Ryan Grant at running back, and you have one of the best offenses in the league.
I like Green Bay to extend its unbeaten streak in a shootout.
Packers 38, Falcons 35