Durant also had a turnover as he intercepted a screen pass off of Mariota.
“He read the screen real good,” Worrilow said. “Jumped in front of it and made a play. That’s what we talk about, making those game-changing plays in our room.”
The Falcons, who hope to get Reed back from a groin injury, would like to build on the strong start when they face the New York Jets at 7:30 p.m. Friday at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
“Anytime that you can go out there play well and get live snaps against another team and bring people to the ground as a group, that’s going to build that bond,” Worrilow said. “That energy that we have before the snap and after the snap, celebrating, that’s what we want to build on.”