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  1. The Atlanta Falcons fired head coach Dan Quinn and general manager Thomas Dimitroff on Sunday after a seven-point home loss to the rebuilding Carolina Panthers. The loss dropped the Falcons to 0-5 and marked the third consecutive season in which they lost at least four of their first five games. While offseason simulations and the betting markets were not this low on an Atlanta team that finished 6-2 over the second half of the 2019 season, it’s time to face facts and ask the “what went wrong” question about this team and what it can do to be better in these twilight years of Matt Ryan’s
  2. Rumor has it the Texans are considering trading former No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney. Obviously, if Houston decides to deal him, it has the potential to alter the balance of power for teams hoping to make the playoffs who are in need of an extra boost to the pass rush. The Falcons fit the bill, for one. In fact, Atlanta has been named one of three potential landing spotsin a Clowney trade by Pro Football Focus. “Atlanta’s defense had a tough go of it last year, suffering multiple injuries that left the unit crippled. Still, they managed a modest 68.8 team pass-rush grade (18th)
  3. Y’alls might have learn that I love me some PFF. Anyway, here’s their tidbits about this topic; they even have a little bit of our Falcons in it. Enjoy and discuss. After listen, what do you think of rushing 3 and dropping 8? I know we all hated doing this.
  4. Falcons: 1st: Devin Bush - LB 2nd: Rashan Gary - EDGE 3rd: David Montgomery - RB
  5. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/draft-brian-burns-is-so-much-more-than-an-explosive-athletic-freak-hes-a-technician-committed-to-improving#
  6. Im indifferent when it comes to drafting Ed, if we draft him cool and if we don’t cool too. I rather we draft the right person. If that’s Ed then so be it. From PFF’s perspective, the Falcons will limit his growth because if we draft Ed it’ll most likely to play the nose and though he good there he’s not elite. The bright side is that Ed has played the nose position probably more than anybody else who will be in contention for our first round pick. Do you want to pick Ed to play the nose if you don’t think he can be elite there?
  7. Interior pressure is all the rage in today’s NFL, and everyone wants their own game-wrecker on the inside in an age where the line between run downs and passing downs has blurred significantly. The ability to anchor the line of scrimmage while wreaking havoc on pass attempts and taking attention away from edge defenders is at an all-time premium. In his fourth year in the NFL, Grady Jarrett is posting career-best numbers and realizing his potential as one of the league’s incredibly disruptive interior defensive lineman. Against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Jarrett posted his bes
  8. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-2018-nfl-offensive-line-rankings-all-32-teams-units-after-week-17 Atlanta ranked 12th overall. If Mike Tomlin is fired, Blank needs to throw the bank at Mike Munchak.
  9. 3. Atlanta Falcons Starting Lineup: Left Tackle: Jake Matthews, 81.3 Left Guard: Andy Levitre, 72.8 Center: Alex Mack, 87.4 Right Guard: Brandon Fusco, 69.4 Right Tackle: Ryan Schraeder, 68.1 The Falcons offensive line was overpowered on the last drive last Thursday night, but there’s no shame in losing the battle to the league’s top pass-rushing defensive line from 2017. The good news is, newly-extended left tackle Jake Matthews wasn’t among those getting his butt handed to him. Matthews allowed only two pressures on 52 pass-blocking snaps all night. https:
  10. Great video, I highly recommend listening to all of it. Specifically around the 1:45 mark is when it started to get really interesting.
  11. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-hayward-ramsey-headline-the-nfls-top-cornerbacks-heading-into-2018 Casey Hayward, Jalen Ramsey headline the NFL's top 15 cornerbacks heading into 2018 BY GORDON MCGUINNESS • JUL 24, 2018 Oct 22, 2017; Carson, CA, USA; Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward (26) reacts after an interception during the second half against the Denver Broncos at StubHub Center. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports The 2017 season saw a change in the
  12. I know it’s PFF and some people hate PFF, but he really did dominate.
  13. My impression just watching with my eyes is that Poole is chasing on every dump off pass that is thrown. I was honestly wondering if he had regressed since last year, or if something else was going on. I went and checked his actual stats. I've posted them below. As it turns out, he is playing pretty okay considering the number o snaps he is taking in slot coverage. The stats below are from PFF's advanced CB stats. This is a clip from their "Slot Coverage Performance" table. From it we learn: Poole has the 3rd most snaps in the NFL in slot coverage Poole is the second most targeted
  14. 3. MATT RYAN, ATLANTA FALCONS – 86.1OVERALL GRADE Our No. 2-graded quarterback since Week 6, Ryan continued his hot play with a clean game against the Cowboys. His first pass was intercepted on a tipped pass that normally falls incomplete, and that continues Ryan’s trend of unlucky interceptions. He’s actually been the best in the league at avoiding turnover-worthy plays, so don’t let those eight interceptions fool you. Against Dallas, Ryan maneuvered the pocket, moved the chains on third down, and showed off his red zone accuracy with a well-placed ball in the back of the end zone fo
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