ATLANTA (AP) - Devonta Freeman scored two touchdowns for the Atlanta Falcons before Jacksonville took a snap, and that was enough to beat the woeful Jaguars 24-12. Matt Ryan threw for 384 yards and Julio Jones had his biggest game of the year, hauling in 10 catches for 166 yards. Before thousands of empty seats at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Falcons won their third straight game while holding the Jaguars to 288 yards. Atlanta piled up 518 yards in the final home game of a disappointing season. Jacksonville came out flat in its first outing since the firing of top executive Tom Coughlin.
Falcons winning streak extends to three with win over Jaguars
Devontae Freeman scored two touchdowns and Matt Ryan threw for 384 yards.