The Falcons entered Sunday's game ranked No. 13 in yards allowed to tight ends with 156 on 16 receptions and no touchdowns.
Charles Clay was the Bills' leading receiver with 112 yards on five receptions. That included a 44-yarder on play-action with quarterback Tyrod Taylor rolling to his left and then cutting back to his right and throwing the ball somewhat off balance. That was Clay's longest reception since joining the Bills in 2015.
The Bills loved the matchup and went to Clay early and often. The Bills had 182 passing yards and Clay accounted for more than 60 percent.
Q: How many QBs can make time to complete this 44-yard pass to Charles Clay like Tyrod can?
— Nick Wojton (@Nick_Wojton) October 1, 2017