Hall was unable to haul in his lone target during Sunday's 34-20 loss to Green Bay.
The townward trend continues in Atlanta as the team has failed to top 20 points in five consecutive games, all losses. Hall is feeling the effects. After a three-catch Week 7, Hall has snagged just one of five targets for 12 yards. Sunday brings an Arizona defense ranked in the top five for receiving yards allowed per game with only 231.
Hall caught his only target, a 12-yard gain, during Sunday's 28-16 loss to Cleveland.
It was just three games ago when Hall appeared to turn a corner with a 63-yard performance and just his second career touchdown. He has just one catch since. Atlanta's passing offense is among the best in the game, but Hall doesn't factor much into it. Seeing as Sunday brings a visit from a top-10 Dallas pass defense, Hall's stock remains low.
Hall was targeted once, but failed to come away with a catch during Sunday's 38-14 win over Washington.
Coming off of a nice, borderline-breakout performance against the Giants, Hall was held catchless for the second time in three games. The Falcons offense has been hot, with five games with at least 30 points in the last seven contests. There might be a desire to play any skill player associated with it. Hall hasn't done enough to warrant that attention, however, especially with a Sunday trip to Cleveland and the league's No. 2 pass defense in terms of opponent passer rating.
Hall caught all three of his targets, amassing 63 receiving yards and a touchdown during Monday's 23-20 win against the Giants.
The second-year man out slipped past Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins on a seam route, as Matty Ice floated a 47-yard dime into Hall's awaiting hands to provide Atlanta with the initiatory points of the night. A former Falcons practice squad standout, Hall collected his first touchdown since his professional debut, which came on an eerily similar 40-yard score during Week 5 of the 2017 season against Miami. Following a bye week, Hall will look to stay involved Nov. 4 when the Falcons take on Washington and a Redskins secondary that has allowed the 11th-fewest number of receiving yards to opposing wideouts (1,023).
Hall recorded one catch for 30 yards during Atlanta's 31-24 win over the Panthers on Sunday afternoon.
Hall may not be a high-volume target just yet, but he makes defenses pay when he does get the ball in his hands. The 25-year-old speedster has three career regular-season receptions, each going for 20-plus yards (20, 30 and 40-yard gains, respectively). The Falcons' Week 3 opponent will be New Orleans, and a secondary that has surrendered 663 passing yards and five touchdowns over its first two games of the season.
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