1. Richie Grant
Richie Grant had more than one play you could circle as a mistake as the secondary continued to struggle in the 20-17 loss to the Chargers. However, it is hard to fault Grant when he did make a game-changing interception when the Chargers looked to have delivered the death blow early in the second half.
Drake London caught a pass inside the ten and was fighting for the score when Mack ran up and snatched the ball returning it for 40-yards and putting the Chargers in position to put a struggling Atlanta passing attack under pressure.
Instead, Richie Grant stepped up near midfield and made the interception that gave the Falcons a chance to reclaim the lead and push their way back into this game. While Atlanta ultimately lost Grant more than did his part creating a turnover and putting the Falcons in a position to win a game in which they were clearly the inferior roster.