3 Atlanta Falcons that stepped up against clutch win against Browns
By Nick Halden
2. Olamide Zaccheaus
The second biggest offensive play of the game was Olamide Zaccheaus finding open space and catching an ugly floater from Mariota for a huge gain late in the 4th quarter. Olamide has established himself as a big play receiver in this offense and the clear second option behind rookie Drake London. It is fun to imagine what Olamide could do with a capable passer and Kyle Pitts and Drake London both putting up numbers at the same time.
Olamide has consistently been a playmaker when the Falcons needed it most with three huge catches four weeks into the season. Olamide is the only Atlanta Falcons receiver aside from Drake London to surpass 100-receiving yards four weeks into this season.
This speaks both to the level of success he is having and the struggles the Falcons have had in the passing game. Olamide has proven himself to be a great secondary weapon for Atlanta and should continue to see an increase in targets as long as he continues his early-season performance.