Giants left tackle Nate Solder (neck) will play Monday night after being limited in practice, but right guard Patrick Omameh (knee) will not despite being listed as questionable.
The Giants have decided to bench the interior lineman and start Spencer Pulley instead, according to NJ.com.
Pulley, claimed off waivers by the Giants on Sept. 2, will likely start at center and John Greco will move to Omameh's spot at right guard.
Omameh has struggled all season and even if he was fully healthy, the change was likely to occur.
Meanwhile, WR Jawill Davis (concussion) remains out and WR Russell Shepard (neck) was listed as questionable for Monday night.
LB Olivier Vernon (ribs) will play after he returned as a full participant in practice on Friday and TEs Evan Engram (knee) and Rhett Ellison (foot) are also expected to return after each returned for a full week of practice.
Engram's return is especially noteworthy, as the Giants get their starting tight end back after he missed three consecutive games.
As for the Falcons, the only player listed on the injury report is K Matt Bryant (hamstring), who is out. The Falcons signed Giorgio Tavecchio as his replacement. WR Mohamed Sanu (hip) had not practiced all week until Saturday, when he was limited.