The Atlanta Falcons deployed one of the most listless defensive pass rushes in the NFL the last several years.
Enter coach Dan Quinn.
Under Quinn's attacking-style front, players like Babineaux are able to get up field and cause havoc, as opposed to the two-gap system they employed in the past.
Clayborn earned a sack and a pass break-up, and Beasley added a QB hit and pass broken up, both in limited snaps.
"It was good to see Vic play fast," Quinn said in a postgame radio interview, via ESPN.com. "It was good to see him and Adrian -- they're getting their timing and their chemistry together over on that right side."
Beasley looks like he will be a stud pass rusher in Quinn's system, especially as he diversifies his rush maneuvers and gains strength.
If the Falcons finally display consistent pressure on the quarterback, the defense could rise up and help an explosive offense overtake an up-for-grabs NFC South.