Field Position Behind the 50.
It seems simplistic, and maybe it is, but some things are simple. You cannot give these New England Patriots a short field. You do that more than once, and you lose. Period.
Matt Bosher is one of the best Punters in the NFL, and gets no attention. He, simply, is one of the best weapons Atlanta has on the roster. When Atlanta lost in Philadelphia, he got hurt, Matt Bryant had to punt, and it showed.
In 2016-2017, Bosher has a net average of 41.6 yards/kick on 44 punts. Of those 44 kicks, only 21 were returned, and 21 of them rested inside the opponents 20 yard line.
Meaning, in the few times that the Atlanta offense stalls, Bosher flips the field, and forces the other offense to go long distance for points. If Atlanta’s offense struggles in this game, Bosher could wind up being the most important player on the field.