Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter says he's not too concerned about the recent struggles of his offensive line.
Koetter believes Atlanta, which visits Baltimore for a preseason game on Thursday, still has enough time to settle on a starting right tackle and decide who fills backup jobs before the season opener Sept. 8 at New Orleans.
Those moves will help determine if quarterback Matt Ryan, tight end Tony Gonzalez, running back Steven Jackson and receivers Julio Jones have the time and space needed to push the offense.
''We have a lot of good players on offense,'' Koetter said. ''When we get everybody firing on the same cylinders, we're going to be tough to beat.''
Atlanta went 13-3 and advanced to the NFC title game last season in large part because Ryan and his receivers were tough to stop.
Ryan, Gonzalez and Jones were invited to the Pro Bowl, and White became only the fifth NFL receiver with at least three straight 90-catch, 1,200-yard seasons.