Through four games http://www.falconsfootballauthentics.com/matt-ryan-jersey-authentic , the Falcons are on pace to smash their offensive numbers from a year ago. This is still good news, even though the season’s already on shaky ground, and I thought you might all want to see it broken out. I’ve got the team stats from last year next to this year, so you can see just how hilariously far ahead the offense is compared to a year ago. Let’s hope they can keep the pace going through the air, and exceed their current pace on the ground. Team PacePoints: 464 (353) Passing Yards: 5,036 (3,990)Rushing Yards: 1,536 (1,847)Passing Touchdowns: 40 (21) Rushing Touchdowns: 16 (12)Player PaceQB Matt Ryan496/580, 5,264 yards, 40 touchdowns, 8 interceptions, 9.1 yards per attempt, 40 sacksRB Tevin Coleman216 attempts, 840 yards, 3.9 yards per attempt, 4 rushing TDs, 40 receptions, 336 yards, 4 receiving TDsRB Ito Smith72 attempts, 300 yards, 4.2 yards per attempt, 4 rushing TDs, 28 receptions, 248 yardsRB Devonta FreemanNot even fair to pace him Youth De'Vondre Campbell Jersey , so let’s say whatever it would have been is way too lowWR Julio Jones 116 receptions, 2,008 yards, 17.3 yards per reception, 0 TDs, 4 attempts, 44 rushing yardsWR Calvin Ridley60 receptions, 1,056 yards, 17.6 yards per reception, 24 TDs, 12 attempts, 52 rushing yardsWR Mohamed Sanu64 receptions, 728 yards, 4 touchdowns, 11.5 yards per reception, 4 attempts, -16 rushing yardsWR Marvin Hall12 receptions, 156 yards, 13 yards per receptionWR Justin Hardy4 receptions, 16 yards, 4 yards per reception, 0 touchdownsTE Austin Hooper48 receptions, 500 yards, 10.4 yards per reception, 4 touchdowns TE Logan Paulsen12 receptions Youth Alex Mack Jersey , 152 yards, 12.7 yards per reception, 4 touchdownsFalcons vs. Buccaneers: What you need to know to watch Week 6 action in the NFC South The Falcons are going to try, very hard, to thread the needle the rest of the way. That means one of the great runs in franchise history, and it begins with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.The Bucs are .500 and have a couple of strong wins this season, but their awful defeat at the hands of the Bears was even worse than Atlanta’s defeat at the hands of the Steelers. That leaves both teams coming off a humiliating loss, but the Bucs also are coming off a bye week. The Falcons’ season either all but officially ends here, or they live to fight another day, and there’s not much more to be said than that. The Bucs aren’t simply going to roll over, no matter how much we might like that. They’re fighting for relevance, they’re fighting to not have to clean house again, and they’re fighting to stay alive in the NFC South in their own right. A team like Tampa Bay has had to absorb years and years of being a punchline, especially on the other end of some serious ass-kickings from other teams in the division, and this is supposed to be the year when it all comes together. If the Falcons were totally healthy, I’d say they walk away with this one. In their current state, and with their current problems, no outcome would really surprise me. Here’s what you’ll need to know for Sunday afternoon. Falcons vs. Buccaneers infoTime: Sunday, October 14, 1 p.m. EST Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GeorgiaTV Channel: FOXStreaming: FuboTVAnnouncers: Thom Brennaman, Chris SpielmanRadio: 92.9 The GameKey Questions: Will the Falcons be able to return to their high-flying ways on offense against a truly awful Buccaneers defense? Will Grady Jarrett be back to help hold a pretty potent Bucs offense in check? Oh god, how many points will they score?