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  1. Year: 2007 Overall Selection: 8 School: Arkansas Fans of the Atlanta Falcons will remember the team’s run to Super Bowl XXXIII in 1998 behind a ground attack featuring running back Jamal Anderson. The Dirty Birds would eventually stun the Minnesota Vikings in overtime in the NFC title game at the Metrodome, but it was Anderson who put up big numbers that season, rushing for 1,846 yards. That Jamal was a seventh-round pick and played eight seasons. This Jamaal Anderson was the eighth overall pick in the 2007 draft and just didn’t deliver. A total of 60 games with the team resulted in less than
  2. Atlanta Falcons fans are salivating just at the thought of the team acquiring a young edge-rusher to add to its woeful pass rush. Names like Michael Johnson, Brian Orakpo, Jadeveon Clowney Anthony Barr, and Khalil Mack have all been bandied about ad nauseum. While each of those aforementioned pass-rushers would be a wonderful addition to the red and black, the Seattle Seahawks' hybrid wrecking machine, Bruce Irvin, might be the player that would take Atlanta's defense to awesome new heights. And he could possibly be the most cost-effective. When Seattle drafted Irvin out of West Virginia Univ
  3. Yea yea yea, a lot of you all don't like B/R. But this article shows just how the defense's struggles don't fall solely on Smitty and Nolan. I, and a few posters, have repeatedly said the players lack football intelligence, resulting in poor execution. Take a look below: So as the photos show, the Falcons are obviously in a third down situation with a blitz on and no safety help. Worrilow is the free rusher. Good play call. This comes down to miscommunication between Mass and Joplo/Worrilow. By the last picture, you see it was obviously Mass' fault. What is Nolan supposed to do? He called the
  4. I dig it! Round 1 Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia Round 2 Jonathan Banks, CB, Miss-State Round 3 Corey Lemonier, DE, Auburn Round 4a Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU Round 4b Akeem Spence, DT, Illinois Round 5 Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas Round 6 TJ Barnes, DT, Georgia Tech Round 7a Mychal Riviera, TE, Tennesse Round 7b Zeke Motta, S, Notre Dame Round 7c Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky I would love this draft! But with 11 picks at our disposal, I personally think we make trades on draft day to move up the draft board in the later rounds. Your thoughts? http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1596861-atlanta
  5. This guy sure isn't afraid to call it like he sees it. Wow hahaha. Nice! By Christopher Beheler http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1514968-atlanta-falcons-super-bowl-xlvii-observations-from-falcons-perspective?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=atlanta-falcons The Atlanta Falcons might have felt a little heartache as Super Bowl XLVII began. Having been so close to playing in the game, the Falcons could not help but wonder how they would have fared. As the game progressed, that heartache may have turned to heartburn. The Super Bowl would have some eery similarit
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