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Atlanta Falcons Week 4 Fantasy Analysis

Week 4 – @ Minnesota – L 28-41

QB: Ryan looked better on the road against weaker D.  Big game and second pick came on final play of the game.  141 more words

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Falcons' implosion may have just begun

Well, look at it this way: The Falcons are still tied for first place.

A season that has the potential of spinning out of control quickly — and we reference last season as Exhibit A — took a bad turn Tuesday when the Falcons confirmed they’ve lost at least two more starters for the season. 385 more words

NFL

Interviews with the NBC Constantine cast

Below is our interviews with the cast of NBC Constantine; including Matt Ryan who portrays John Constantine, Harold Perrineau and Charles Halford at San Diego Comic Con 2014… 9 more words

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White, Ryan contend offense is ready to win shootouts to cover for weak defense

MINNEAPOLIS — The Falcons’ offensive players are ready to win shootouts the rest of the season if the defense doesn’t improve.

“We are going to have to,” Falcons wide receiver Roddy White told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 704 more words

Atlanta Falcons

The "Clutch" Athlete

Clutch. A term in sports where everyone knows what it means. A word some fans fear, especially when you have someone who is “clutch” going against your team in crunch time. 1,011 more words

Misc.

REPORT CARD: Defense didn't show up vs. Vikings

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Falcons defense stunk up TCF Bank Stadium.

At halftime, owner Arthur Blank was discussing the team’s porous play with general manager Thomas Dimtroff in an animated exchange. 763 more words

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Frank Gore, Matt Asiata stand out, but LeSean McCoy sputters late Sunday

The offensive explosion from the early afternoon games carried over into the late slate.

One week after refusing to speak to media following a six-carry, 10-yard Week 3, Frank Gore rattled off 119 rushing yards, along with a 55-yard touchdown catch-and-scamper on a wide-open broken play. 378 more words

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