Turner. "He gives us problems."
The Bears had a fumble recovery and an interception in the win over the Lions and already have 10 takeaways this season. The Bears had four sacks in the game.
Defense has not been Atlanta's strength. The Falcons have given up 21 or more points in four of their five games, but have relied on big plays from Turner, Norwood and receiver Roddy White.
White had eight receptions for 132 yards and a touchdown — all in the first half — against Green Bay last week.
"They have two great running backs," said Vasher, who is trying to return from a wrist injury. "They have some versatile threats, wide receivers. They're a good football team."
Few dared to call the Falcons a good team before the season. New general manager Thomas Dimitroff and coach Mike Smith cleaned house, cutting or trading veterans like Warrick Dunn, Rod Coleman, Joe Horn, Joey Harrington and DeAngelo Hall.
Ryan beat out Chris Redman to land the starting job. He's passed for only four touchdowns in five games, but two came at Green Bay when the Packers' defense focused on stopping the run.
"He makes great reads with the ball and gets it out, has a very smooth delivery, and I think he is doing everything he can as a rookie quarterback to help that team be successful," Vasher said.
Orton, who helped lead the Bears to a playoff spot as a rookie in 2005, said Ryan's early success shows he has relied on help from the running game and the defense.
"I don't think a rookie can come in and do it on his own," Orton said. "I don't think any quarterback can do it on his own. But if you've got good guys around you — good defense, a good running team, which they do — that's the story for success whether you're in your first year or 10th year. That's what you need to have around you."