07:07 AM ET 08.16 | Like most teams, the Falcons would like to hit the regular season as healthy as possible. That plan may have taken a major setback. The starters turned in a crisp performance while jumping on the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, but wide receiver Roddy White suffered an ankle injury. He left the game in the first quarter and did not return Thursday night in front of a crowd of 70,527 at M&T Bank Stadium. White, a four-time Pro Bowl selection who has put up six consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons, has started 128 consecutive regular-season games. Now, the 129th start is in question. The Falcons' starting offense had its moments against the Ravens' starting defense, which is performing without retired star linebacker Ray Lewis.