|12||Raiders||W 43 - 6||1||11||11||11||0|
|11||@Saints||L 9 - 24||1||10||10||10||0|
|9||Broncos||W 34 - 27||4||103||25.8||51||1|
|8||@Panthers||W 25 - 17|
|7||Lions||L 22 - 23||1||0||0||0||0|
|2||@Cowboys||L 39 - 40||1||10||10||10||0|
|6||@Vikings||W 40 - 23||0||0||0|
|1||Seahawks||L 25 - 38|
|5||Panthers||L 16 - 23||1||13||13||13||0|
|4||@Packers||L 16 - 30||8||86||10.8||16||0|
|3||Bears||L 26 - 30||4||41||10.3||13||0|
- Saw action in 10 games with three catches for 115 yards, including one receiving touchdown, and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown in Week 16.
- Recorded his first NFL catch during Week 14 against the Carolina Panthers. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 93-yard touchdown catch is the longest first-career reception in NFL history. It is the third-longest in Falcons' history behind a 98-yard reception by Michael Haynes (1993) and a 94-yard catch by Jamal Anderson (2001).
- In Week 16 with two seconds left in the game, the Falcons kicked off and the 49ers fumbled on a lateral pass that led to Olamide Zaccheaus recovering the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. The last fumble recovery for a touchdown on a kickoff in franchise history occurred on Nov. 13, 1994 (Eric Jack).