The Falcons will head into the Divisional Round matchup with the Seattle Seahawks completely healthy.
Atlanta had full participation from everyone on the active roster all week.
For the Falcons, it's not just about having everyone on Saturday.
"Having everyone at practice, that's a big factor," head coach Dan Quinn said of the benefits of his team being fully healthy. "It allows all the guys to be featured. To have everyone here just gives you confidence that you can play the plays at full speed. That's all you are trying to do during the week. How fast can you practice the look? Nothing simulates game speed per say, but when you are hauling and practice your plays at max speed, that's a big factor."
Rookie tight end Austin Hooper will be available for the first time since injuring his knee in Week 15. When healthy, Hooper has been a play-maker for the Falcons catching 19 passes for 271 yards and three touchdowns.
After suffering injuries late in the season, wide receivers Julio Jones and Taylor Gabriel will be available for Matt Ryan to utilize.
Not only are the Falcons healthy heading into the weekend, Quinn said he's also pleased with the speed his team has shown coming off a bye week.
"The team looked really fast," Quinn said earlier in the week. "We came out the break just totally hauling and pushing."
Meanwhile, Seattle is coming off a short week of preparation. Tight end Jimmy Graham and running back Thomas Rawls did not practice for the Seahawks on Wednesday for non-injury related reasons.
The Falcons and Seahawks final injury reports will be released on Friday.