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  1. Matt Ryan is expected to be the Atlanta Falcons' quarterback for at least 2021, but his presence shouldn't stop the club from considering adding a potential replacement for down the line. Sitting with the No. 4 overall pick, the Falcons are in a position to snag a future signal-caller in the 2021 NFL Draft, allowing that player to learn for a year under Ryan, then take over in 2022, a.k.a. the Patrick Mahomes method. Ryan's exorbitant salary -- $40-plus-million cap figure this year -- makes him a certainty to remain on t
  2. GURLEY'S REBIRTH? Don't underestimate the back's dynamic potential in Atlanta Don't let Todd Gurley's recent release from the Los Angeles Rams fool you into believing he's a washed-up player incapable of making a resurgence as the Atlanta Falcons' RB1. The 2017 Offensive Player of the Year will not only enjoy a major bounceback season, but he will re-emerge as an MVP candidate while serving as the centerpiece of an offense that will light up scoreboards across the league. I know those are lofty expectations for a running back coming off a disappointing season on a team that was suppos
  3. We always ask if it's the secondary or the pass rush that really makes the defense...so here we have our answer... Now that we know this...the question becomes do you invest more in the secondary or more in the pass rush? NFL.com - 10 biggest disappointing units in the NFL this season. Atlanta Falcons secondary Heading into the 2019 campaign, the Falcons were a pretty popular playoff pick. Then they lost seven of their first eight games. To Dan Quinn's credit, Atlanta did rally to finish at 7-9. But what happened in the first half of the season? And were the problems truly
  4. Not saying I'm in favor of McCarthy. It's a good read. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001084451/article/expackers-coach-mike-mccarthy-eyes-nfl-return-in-2020?campaign=Twitter_atn Ex-Packers coach Mike McCarthy eyes NFL return in 2020 DE PERE, Wis. -- Mike McCarthy's right thumb bounces back and forth on the remote as he sits in his outsized mancave, controlling the video that plays on a TV in the corner while debate ensues around him about how to cover one NFL team after another's version of the deep cross. When a clip comes up of Aaron Rodgers an
  5. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000964141/article/offensive-line-of-the-week-falcons-unit-boosts-rushing-attack Its early but Jake has a good start ... Earning his money
  6. Myles Garrett among young pass rushers set to break out in 2018 By Willie McGinest NFL.com analyst Published: July 20, 2018 at 11:05 a.m. YOUNG BREAKOUTS: PASS RUSHERS With the 2018 NFL season on the horizon, a number of talented players are still playing under rookie contracts. Now is the time to make some future loot! With that in mind, NFL Network analysts LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest, David Carr and Nate Burleson examined the positions they respectively manned during their playing days to identify youngsters poised for a breakout campaign. Today, Willi
  7. Myles Garrett among young pass rushers set to break out in 2018 By Willie McGinest NFL.com analyst Published: July 20, 2018 at 11:05 a.m. YOUNG BREAKOUTS: PASS RUSHERS With the 2018 NFL season on the horizon, a number of talented players are still playing under rookie contracts. Now is the time to make some future loot! With that in mind, NFL Network analysts LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest, David Carr and Nate Burleson examined the positions they respectively manned during their playing days to identify youngsters poised for a breakout campaign. Today, Willi
  8. http://www.nfl.com/videos/good-morning-football/0ap3000000938849/Which-defense-is-the-best-with-the-game-on-the-line
  9. 8 FALCONS The offense ranked eighth in 2017 -- and that could be considered a disappointment, given the level of talent on this unit. I think that relative underperformance can partly be blamed on the need to adjust to new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian. But Sarkisian is a very good coach who is basically doing the same things his predecessor, current 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, was doing, with rhythm being the main difference -- I figure everyone will be on the same page this season. The guards also struggled in 2017, so the Falcons went out and
  10. “Matt Ryan rightly got PAID. Calvin Ridley was a perfect draft pick -- a speed receiver to complement Julio Jones. Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman are a fantastic backfield duo. And it's Year 2 for Steve Sarkisian calling the plays. Last year was the blip for Atlanta's offense. 2016 was real -- and we'll see that again in 2018.” http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000932227/article/2018-nfl-guarantees-la-rules-mitch-trubisky-rises-and-more
  11. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000931584/article/dez-bryants-future-prospects-matt-ryan-falcons-debunk-myth
  12. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000903630/article/falcons-right-where-we-want-to-be-after-beating-rams Ive highlighted one of DQ’s quotes from the article....LOVE IT! Read the whole article...it’s good. "I knew going in this would be a challenging season, and that our division would be tough. You've heard me say, 'The only fight that matters is the one you're in.' So when people bring up the Super Bowl? F--- that. We're not looking ahead. We're not looking back. We're looking at what's right in front of us." LOS ANGELES -- He has felt the sting of postseason heartach
  13. The Atlanta Falcons held the NFL's top scoring offense to 13 points Saturday night in Los Angeles, beating the Rams 26-13 to advance to the NFC Divisional Round to play the Philadelphia Eagles. Here is what you need to know: 1. The Atlanta Falcons didn't blow a lead this time. Dan Quinn's team pounced on an early lead thanks to two Rams special teams turnovers and pulled away late on a Julio Jones touchdown catch. Atlanta's offense wasn't pretty, and didn't sport big plays, but moved the chains in the second half to dominate time of possession 37:34 to 22:26. After a season in which he w
  14. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000903630/article/falcons-right-where-we-want-to-be-after-beating-rams
  15. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000901612/article/opponents-for-each-team-set-for-2018-nfl-season Main differences Atl: vs. Cardinals, at Packers NO: vs. Rams, at Vikings Car: vs Seattle, at Lions TB: vs. 49ers, at Bears NFC South plays NFC East and AFC North, and, as usual, each other twice.
  16. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000881019/article/matt-ryan-helps-resilient-falcons-regain-swagger SEATTLE -- Matt Ryan stood on the rain-drenched CenturyLink Field turf and surveyed the opposing defense, detecting a gaping-wide gap in the depleted Legion Of Boom. And then the veteran quarterback's eyes lit up, and he prepared to receive a shotgun snap and air-mail a leather package to the NFL's most imposing pass-catching beast. It was third-and-6 at his own 42-yard-line; it was midway through the fourth quarter of Monday night's game, with the Atlanta Falcons holding a
  17. Falcons 30, Lions 26 1. Matthew Stafford came up a hair shy of another fourth-quarter come-from-behind victory. Trailing by four points, Stafford drove Detroit to the 1-yard-line with 12 seconds to play. Catching a quick slant, Golden Tate appeared to dive into the end zone. After officials reviewed the play, however, it was deemed the receiver was touched down just short of the goal-line, taking the score off the board. With only eight seconds remaining on the clock, by rule a 10-second runoff ended the game. 2. Devonta Freeman showed he was worth the big-money contract he sig
  18. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000830381/article/vernon-hargreaves-tj-watt-among-rising-defensive-players Demontae Kazee. Haven't heard much talk about his progression on the boards. Ike Taylor seems to really like this guy. What do people on the boards think about how he has been progressing in our system?
  19. 3) Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan (No. 8 QB), Devonta Freeman (14) & Julio Jones (2) Previous rank: No. 14 Forget about Kyle Shanahan's play-calling in the second half of Super Bowl LI and instead focus on what's ahead: Will the reigning MVP continue to thrive without Shanahan as his offensive coordinator? The answer is very likely yes, thanks to Freeman (and his partner, Tevin Coleman) and the historically transcendent talent of Jones. http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap3000000823246/triplets-rankings-steelers-cowboys-rule
  20. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000822869/article/atlanta-falcons-sure-dont-seem-prone-to-super-bowl-hangover Atlanta Falcons sure don't seem prone to Super Bowl hangover
  21. Projected Starters NFC South projected starters: No Super Bowl hangover in Atlanta
  22. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000807436/article/texans-cowboys-among-most-vulnerable-division-winners
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