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  1. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/5/18/18627770/the-falcons-have-only-had-two-top-10-defenses-since-1998 The Falcons have only had two top 10 defenses since 1998 Expecting the Falcons to take a leap this year? Beware history. By Dave Choate May 18, 2019, 3:00pm EDT Having a good Saturday? Well, time to talk about the Falcons defense! There has been a lot of discussion about this Falcons defense and what we might reasonably expect from it. With better health and some key additions like Adrian Clayborn, Tyeler Davison, and depth in the secondary, it seem
  2. I will update this comment in a second and bring up more numbers. What's up with our offense playing much more efficient and better with Coleman getting most of the snaps (+ Ward or Ito Smith) vs. our offense playing so horrible with Freeman and Coleman starting lately? Is this a Sarkisian problem or is it Freeman not being the same as he was in 2015 & 2016 when he had spectacular 1000+ yard rushing seasons? It seems like ever since Tevin Coleman got injured in the Super Bowl and Freeman came in and missed that block on Donta Hightower which led to the Patriots comeback, he hasn't been the
  3. Link to full article - https://atlsportshq.com/2018/09/20/the-atlanta-falcons-have-3-good-running-backs-and-thats-okay/ How do you feel fellow falcons fans?
  4. This is my 2nd time creating a highlight video ever in my life. My first was of our 2016 defense, but it wasn't uploaded because of some complications. But I hope you all enjoy this, and it gets you hype of the offense of 2018. I will be making more videos in the future to make sure I perfect my craft. I am an artist first. OHHH and YESS Devonta is the best running back in the league. Fight me Logic: Contra
  5. @Atlfanstckindenver, Ryan, and I discuss thoughts on the contract, Jalen Collins, and a little bit of RG debate.
  6. I just can't help but be curious how the majority of our fan base perceive Freeman. Is he elite? Is he average? Better than average? A really really good receiving back with some decent rushing chops? I could be totally wrong but I get the impression that for the most part, Freeman is viewed as a very good if not great RB. I have always believed in results trumping bias or perception. Using results at least gives us some concrete/tangible info to base things off of. Quinn made it pretty clear that they have no problem using a committee approach. Do you see this as a good th
  7. I think we saw today that you need to always ride your workhorse to get into an offensive rhythm. Throughout the game we saw that Freeman was working, he just needed the touches. Honestly, he probably could have rushed for close to 200 yards had Shanahan not gotten all cute reading the press clippings of how awesome the passing game is and Matt Ryan eyeballing his primary and turning the ball over. I'm totally ecstatic the team is 5-0, but today was a prime example of getting too cute and a STILL weak pass rush almost costing us a game. Anyways, enjoy today and get ready for another dog fight
  8. FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. With the addition of Kyle Shanahan to design and run the new Falcons offense, changes are inevitable -- and welcomed. Atlanta is expected to run the ball more in 2015 and offer greater balance in its approach to play calling. Not only should the running backs churn out more yardage on carries in Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme, expect them to be a big part of the passing attack. Devonta Freeman touched the ball 95 times during his rookie season of 2014. Most (65) were running plays, but he also caught 30 passes and was targeted 37 times. As rookie running backs go, only
  9. What's the word with his injury, just heard this on the radio?
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