The Falcons ran out of offensive linemen, had to play TE Levine Toilolo at RT

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Andrew Gachkar Jersey Not surprisingly, Levine Toilolo, the TE forced into playing RT, got smoked on that Matt Ryan sack.

That’s Levine Toilolo, the Stanford product, getting beaten badly off the edge. He’s not even their blocking TE — that’d be Bear Pascoe — and he looked lost. He’s understandably unsure as to how to get into the right stance, and just wasn’t ready to face a starting-caliber defensive end who had size, technique and experience on him.

1) Mike Glennon is the answer. OK, he’s an answer, a potential answer, a potential short-term answer at the very least. The ginger giraffe made the start this week in place of an injured Josh McCown, and he was a big reason the Bucs played so much better than they have all season. Glennon completed 21 of his 42 passes for 302 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. His numbers weren’t great, but he did a much better job throwing the ball and taking advantage of Mike Evans. Having Doug Martin back on the field certainly didn’t hurt Glennon or the Bucs this week.

2) Who are the Steelers? They looked like a team that found its stride in a Sunday night hammering of the Carolina Panthers last week, after getting blown out by the Ravens the week before and sneaking by the Browns in the season opener. Pittsburgh outproduced the Bucs on the ground and through the air. The Steelers also outdid their opponents with sloppy play. They had 13 penalties, including a costly one on third down late in the fourth quarter that gave the Bucs new life on the Steelers’ 35-yard line. The defense bailed them out on that drive, keeping Tampa Bay out of the end zone. It was special teams’ turn to screw up next, punting to midfield and leaving the Bucs with just 46 yards to go on the game-winning drive.

3) Le’Veon Bell is Pittsburgh’s MVP. It’s now four weeks in a row that Bell has totaled more than 100 yards. He ran for 63 on 19 carries and caught six passes for 46 yards. Tampa’s defense limited his effectiveness on the ground, though, to just 3.3 yards per carry.