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2012 NFL Offseason: Atlanta Falcons

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Atlanta Falcons (Last Year: 10-6)

2012 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
ILB Lofa Tatupu, CB Asante Samuel.
Early Draft Picks:
C Peter Konz, OT Lamar Holmes, FB Bradie Ewing, DE Jonathan Massaquoi.
Offseason Losses:
FB Ovie Mughelli, OLB Mike Peterson, ILB Curtis Lofton, SS James Sanders, KR Eric Weems.

2012 Atlanta Falcons Offense:
The Falcons thought they were one player away from Super Bowl contention when they traded a barrage of picks for Julio Jones in the 2011 NFL Draft. They clearly misevaluated their talent, as they discovered when the Giants essentially blanked them on the scoreboard in January.

That's not to say that Jones didn't help their offense. Matt Ryan threw for career-highs in both passing yards (4,177) and touchdowns (29) even though he attempted five fewer passes than he did in 2010. Jones was a big help, especially down the stretch once he returned from his hamstring injury. He registered 31 catches, 525 yards and six touchdowns in his final half-dozen games. This includes a game-high seven receptions for 64 yards in the aforementioned defeat against New York.

Jones will emerge as Ryan's No. 1 target in 2012. His sheer talent isn't the only reason; the decline of Roddy White is also a factor. White is still a receptions machine - he has 215 catches the past two years - but he's lost some of his explosiveness, which is hardly a surprise because he'll turn 31 in November. White also has unreliable hands; no one in the NFL had more drops than White last season (15).

Elsewhere in Ryan's receiving corps, Harry Douglas and Tony Gonzalez have returned despite being a free agent and a retirement candidate, respectively. Douglas is an underrated slot receiver, while Gonzalez, 36, rebounded last year from a dismal 2010 campaign in which he looked unbelievably slow. Unfortunately, the future Hall-of-Famer is playing on his last legs, and his talent could completely erode by September. Atlanta did not draft his successor, so it'll have to do so next April.

One of the reasons why the Falcons were criticized for giving up too much for Jones was because they depleted their depth and prevented themselves from addressing a very important position of need. That would be left tackle, where Sam Baker and Will Svitek took turns embarrassing themselves last season. Atlanta could have chosen Riley Reiff with the No. 22 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, but instead had to settle for Lamar Holmes in the third round. Holmes has some athleticism at 6-5, 325, but he's raw and won't be able to contribute immediately.

The rest of the offensive line is looking pretty solid. The Falcons spent their second-round selection on Wisconsin's Peter Konz, a borderline first-round prospect. Konz will start at right guard this season but will eventually move to center to succeed Todd McClure, who played well at 34 last year. Left guard Justin Blalock and right tackle Tyson Clabo are both excellent in pass protection, though the latter needs to cut down on his penalties (eight in 2011).

Another position the Falcons couldn't address because of a lack of resources was running back. Michael Turner had a solid 2011 campaign overall, but really looked like he was running on fumes down the stretch. He averaged more than 3.6 yards per carry in only one of his final seven games, and that came against a Buccaneer team that quit. Head coach Mike Smith told the media that Turner will be featured less this year; some of his touches will go to Jacquizz Rodgers, a very small (5-6, 196) but speedy running back whom the Falcons acquired in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Rodgers cannot carry a full workload, however, so Atlanta will have to find a complementary player next April.





2012 Atlanta Falcons Defense:
The Falcons have obtained exactly one big-name free agent in each of the previous two offseasons. They'll be hoping that this year's acquisition, Asante Samuel, is better than 2011's Ray Edwards.

Samuel was a steal for a late-round pick. He was disgruntled and highly paid in Philadelphia, so Andy Reid was more than happy to part ways with him. Samuel turned 31 in January, but still played extremely well last year, surrendering a sterling completion percentage of 47.5. That's almost as good as Brent Grimes' unbelievable figure (44.3), so the two should form an incredible cornerback tandem. Grimes was missed at the end of last season when he went down with a knee injury. Meanwhile, Dunta Robinson, who really struggled in 2011, will move to a more comfortable slot corner position.

The one weakness in Atlanta's secondary in the wake of the Samuel trade is free safety Thomas DeCoud, who was often picked on by opposing quarterbacks last season. Strong safety William Moore made up for it, but he needs to stay healthy. He's missed 18 games in his 3-year career, which does not include the aforementioned loss to the Giants; he barely played in that contest because of a groin injury he suffered in the first quarter.

As for Edwards, the former Viking really disappointed. He could barely generate any pressure on the quarterback, notching just 3.5 sacks despite playing across from John Abraham and his 9.5 sacks. Both players were very good in run support, but Edwards really has to pick up the slack in 2012, especially considering that Abraham, at 34, is past his prime and could be in for a major decline any season. The Falcons spent a fifth-round selection on Jonathan Massaquoi, but he probably won't contribute very much this year.

The interior of the defensive front is pretty solid. Jonathan Babineaux is a very well-rounded player; he can apply some pressure on the quarterback and hold his own against the run. Corey Peters, meanwhile, did an OK job in run support last year, but hardly ever rattled opposing signal-callers. Atlanta will want 2009 first-round pick Peria Jerry to push Peters, but it appears as though that ship has sailed. Jerry hasn't been the same since shredding his knee during his rookie campaign.

The Falcons had one major loss this offseason, and that was Curtis Lofton, the team's leading tackler (147 tackles), who signed with arch rival New Orleans. They added Lofa Tatupu as a possible replacement. He'll battle it out with 2011 third-rounder Akeem Dent to see who lands the starting gig. Tatupu was out of the league last year, so it's tough to speculate what he could possibly contribute. Dent, meanwhile, barely played as a rookie, so he's just as much of an unknown.

Surrounding the winner of the Tatupu-Dent competition are Sean Weatherspoon and Stephen Nicholas. Weatherspoon didn't play very well as a rookie in 2010, but really stepped up last year, becoming one of the top linebackers in the NFL. Nicholas is a pretty decent two-down run-defender.





2012 Atlanta Falcons Schedule and Intangibles:
In four seasons, Matt Ryan is 26-5 in the Georgia Dome. That's an impressive record on paper, but it didn't seem to matter much when the Packers waltzed into the Falcons' house and slaughtered them, 48-21, last January.

Eric Weems, now with the Bears, was a very good punt returner. He didn't score last year, but maintained a 9.8 average, while the Falcons restricted the opposition to 4.8. Weems was outgained on kickoffs, however. No touchdowns there either, for or against.

Matt Bryant has been one of the top kickers in the NFL over the past two years. He was 28-of-31 in 2010 and 27-of-29 last season. He's 3-of-3 from 50-plus in that span. He just turned 37.

Matt Bosher didn't have a successful rookie campaign as Atlanta's new punter. He averaged 42.7 yards per attempt with 27-of-70 tries inside the 20.

Atlanta's second-place schedule is pretty difficult. The team has to deal with the Chiefs (road), Broncos (home), Chargers (road), Eagles (road), Cowboys (home), Giants (home), Lions (road), as well as the Saints and Panthers twice.



2012 Atlanta Falcons Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2012 Atlanta Falcons Analysis: The Falcons have to love what the Saints have gone through this offseason. That makes their quest to re-claim the NFC South so much easier. But the regular season can't be very important to the fan base, given that they've seen Atlanta blow homefield advantage throughout the playoffs to the Packers in January 2011. The 2012 campaign will be all about finally living up to expectations in the postseason.

Projection: 10-6 (Tied 1st in NFC South)


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Z. Six 04-11-2014 08:48 am xxx.xxx.xxx.196 (total posts: 1)
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"There will be tons of pass-rushing options available with the sixth pick in the 2014 NFL Draft." - Walt

Tons...like maybe 2.
Abrown 03-31-2014 01:15 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.146 (total posts: 8)
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Falcons Pefect Mock;
1. Khalil Mack DE/OLB Buffalo
2. RaShede Hageman DT Minnesota
3. Deone Buccaone FS Washington State
4. Arthur Lynch TE Georgia
4. Seantrel Henderson OT Miami
5. Charles Sims West Virgina
6. Rashaad Reynolds CB Oregon State
7. Derrell Johnson LB East Carolina
7. DeAnthony Thomas RB Oregon
7. Stephon Morris QB Miami
Bulldawg Bob2 03-13-2014 11:00 pm xxx.xxx.xxx1.31 (total posts: 3)
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Thoughts on Atlanta trying to sign Chris Clemons at safety to replace DeCoud and maybe go after CB Antonio Cromartie to add depth and veteran leadership at the CB position?
Not sure if they have enough cap space to do both, but they should be able to get Antonio Cromartie for pretty cheap.
Bulldawg Bob2 03-13-2014 10:41 pm xxx.xxx.xxx1.31 (total posts: 3)
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Looked at the Falcons' roster and based on what they have done so far in the off season, this is what I would do. I also revised their draft a little.
Sign Safety Chris Clemons in FA to replace DeCoud. Atlanta should have enough cap space left to do this.

Draft:
1.Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA
2.Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
3. CJ Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
4.Dominique Easley, DE, Florida
5.Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia
5th rd comp pick 1: James Morris, LB, Iowa
6.Nickoe Whitley, S, Miss State
7. TJ Jones, WR, Notre Dame
7th rd comp pick 2:. Isaiah Crowell, RB, Alabama state
7th rd comp pick 3:. Willie Snead, WR, Ball State
7th rd comp pick 4:. Andrew Wilson, LB, Missouri
@Bulldawg Bob2 03-12-2014 09:20 am xxx.xxx.xxx.146 (total posts: 8)
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I love the signings! Aasamoah and re signing hawley and johnson helped the line atleast function this coming season! We still need a tackle but i think atlanta is going after Sentrel Henderson in the draft, Tice loves him. R dline is stacked i think now. Babs and Peters were brought back ontop of Tyson Jacons and Soliai. I think we over paid for Soliai but he will give us atleast 3 more years. Draft should focus on a passrusher, secondary help and then the skill positions on offense.
Bulldawg Bob2 03-11-2014 08:10 pm xxx.xxx.xxx1.31 (total posts: 3)
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OG Jon Aasmoah is an upgrade at RG, especially as far as pass blocking goes. However, I still think the Falcons need to address the OT position. While Mike Johnson was slated to be the starter last year before he suffered the broken leg, is he a sure bet to be a starter at RT in the NFL; and Baker is a solid LT when he is healthy but I would wager he has been hurt more than he has been healthy during his career.

DT Paul Soliai and DE Tyson Jackson instantly improve Atlanta's run defense on the d-line, but they still need to fine a dominant pass rusher in the front 7, whether that is at DE or an OLB.

OT, DE, OLB, FS and RB as well as TE are 6 big needs left to fill. Not sure how much cap space is left for FA, but I imagine a big chunk of it is gone now; so, the majority of those 6 positions should be the Birds priority in the draft:
1.Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA
2.Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
3.Deon Buchannon, S, Washington State
4.Dominique Easley, DE, Florida
5.Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia
6.CJ Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
Lance 03-11-2014 07:29 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.137 (total posts: 19)
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You might as well change the needs to reflect 3-4 position at this point.
Falcons Mock 02-28-2014 01:47 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.146 (total posts: 8)
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1. Khalil Mack DE/OLB Buffalo
2. Stephon Tuitt DT Norte Dame
3. Morgan Moses OT Virginia
4. Charles Sims RB West Virginia
5. Daniel Mcculers DT Tennessee
@MicJor 02-21-2014 12:18 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.142 (total posts: 1)
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He was cut from the Bucs so he can sign anywhere. If you get cut from your team you can sign anywhere at any time
MicJor 02-19-2014 11:38 pm xxx.xxx.xxx40.1 (total posts: 1)
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Why was Atlanta allowed to sign Carimi as free Agent before March 11th??
Free Agency for ATL 02-13-2014 06:35 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.146 (total posts: 8)
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Atlanta needs to start shaving some players off the roster. Sam Baker, Garrett Reynolds and jason Snelling should be cut. That saves u about another 6 million so your roughly 26 mill under the cap. Atlanta should resign Corey Peters and Jonathon Babs. that gives you 2 DT to work with still. Time to sign some free agents. The oline should be worked on. A tackle and guard should be signed and the price ranges will vary for each but the best 2 options would be sign Anthony Collins to play LT for a low costing deal, Geoff Schwartz to play guard. That would probs be a 4 yr, 20 million type deal. Then on defense going after a DE like Michael Johnson would be expensive but worth it. Then maybe signing Louis Delmas or Malcon Jenkins to play FS would allow you to cut the poor tacking Decoud.
Kyle 02-13-2014 06:18 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.146 (total posts: 8)
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Please Cut Sam Baker..atlanta needs to get rid of him. He wont even be able to be worth that money and we can use that money to sign Eugene Monroe.
seth macfarlane (peter griffin 02-11-2014 02:06 am xxx.xxx.xxx5.17 (total posts: 1)
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your city is filthy like the monkey house at the bronx zoo after an outbreak of primate anal vomit.

if the ufo's ask me which city to destroy first i'm grabbing a map and circling atlanta

just a cesspool of awful, ugly, under educated animals
dimi 02-10-2014 01:55 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.31 (total posts: 1)
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FA
Colon RG
Oher RT
Joseph DT

Then get Clowney or K.Mack, if clown's gone. Gaurd in the 2nd. TE 3rd. And we should be good.
doug 01-23-2014 04:12 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.146 (total posts: 8)
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if we bring back Corey peters and babs then they will trade up for clowney forsure.





2012 NFL Draft Grade: C+

Goals Entering the 2012 NFL Draft: The offensive line is the greatest area of concern. Left tackle and right guard are major problem areas. A successor for Todd McClure is also needed at center. Unfortunately, Atlanta doesn't have a first-round pick.

2012 NFL Draft Accomplishments: This is a tough grade because the Falcons didn't pick until No. 55 and had only two selections in the top 150. I loved what they did with their first choice in picking Peter Konz. The Wisconsin lineman fell because of injury concerns, which were overblown. He'll be a force on Atlanta's front, starting out at guard and then taking over for McClure in a year or two.

The rest of Atlanta's picks were decent, save for Lamar Holmes, who was not in the top 225 of many major big board. He was a big reach at No. 91, but maybe the Falcons, who didn't pick until No. 157, thought there would be a good chance he wouldn't be available in the fifth round.



2012 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

55. Peter Konz, C/G, Wisconsin: A+ Grade
Medical issues affect draft statuses, but they are usually overblown. Peter Konz fell because of the medical. If he happened to be healthy, he would have been drafted in the final stages of the first round. The Falcons are getting incredible value here. Konz also fills a huge need; he can play at guard until center Todd McClure retires.

91. Lamar Holmes, OT, Southern Miss Matt Millen Telemarketer Kielbasa Salesman Grade
I didn't have Lamar Holmes being drafted. No major big board ranked him in the top 225. The Falcons probably could have obtained him in Round 6 or 7. Maybe they know something no one else does.

157. Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin B- Grade
Ovie Mughelli is coming off a torn MCL, so it's understandable why the Falcons would draft a fullback. I think this is a bit early for Bradie Ewing, but it's not much of a reach.

164. Jonathan Massaquoi, DE, Troy A Grade
This is a really good value pick. Jonathan Massaquoi was ranked No. 84 on Mike Mayock's big board, and he was No. 116 on the consensus rankings. The Falcons had to find a young pass-rusher to perhaps eventually take over for John Abraham.

192. Charles Mitchell, SS, Mississippi State B Grade
Safety depth had to be addressed, so this pick makes sense. Charles Mitchell could have gone a bit later than this, but given that this is Atlanta's penultimate pick, it's not a big deal.

249. Travian Robertson, DT, South Carolina B Grade
The Falcons don't have much depth at defensive tackle, so this pick makes sense. Travian Robertson probably should have been selected at this spot.



Season Summary:
The Falcons thought they were one player away from becoming one of the Super Bowl favorites, which is why they traded the farm for Julio Jones in the 2011 NFL Draft. Jones didn't disappoint, but pretty much everyone else did. The Falcons have some glaring holes on their roster, but with no first-round pick to fill any of them, it'll be difficult for them to improve.




Offseason Moves:
  • Falcons cut FB Ovie Mughelli
  • Falcons acquire CB Asante Samuel from Eagles for late-round pick
  • Bears sign CB Kelvin Hayden
  • Falcons sign SS James Sanders
  • Falcons re-sign C Todd McClure
  • Saints sign ILB Curtis Lofton
  • Falcons re-sign LS Joe Zelenka
  • Falcons re-sign DE John Abraham
  • Bears sign WR/KR Eric Weems
  • Falcons re-sign WR Harry Douglas
  • Falcons re-sign QB Chris Redman
  • Falcons re-sign DT Vance Walker
  • Falcons sign ILB Lofa Tatupu
  • Falcons re-sign RB Jason Snelling
  • Falcons re-sign S Thomas DeCoud
  • Falcons re-sign DE Kroy Biermann
  • Falcons franchise CB Brent Grimes


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Left Tackle: The Giants manhandled Atlanta's offensive line in the playoffs. One of the issues was at left tackle, where Sam Baker was benched during the year. Will Svitek was solid in relief early, but really struggled down the stretch. Acquiring a left tackle without a first-round pick will be difficult, unfortunately. Drafted Lamar Holmes

    2. Cornerback: It doesn't appear as though Brent Grimes will be back in Atlanta next year in the wake of speculation that he sat out the playoff game to avoid injury (per Pro Football Weekly). Franchised Brent Grimes; traded for Asante Samuel

    3. Center: Todd McClure is a 35-year-old free agent. If he's not retained, the Falcons will obviously need a replacement. A Day 2 selection could suffice. Re-signed Todd McClure; drafted Peter Konz

    4. Defensive End: Ray Edwards was a disappointment as a free-agent acquisition. John Abraham is a 34-year-old free agent who frequently disappears in big games. Kroy Biermann is due to hit the market as well. Re-signed John Abraham and Kroy Biermann; drafted JOnathan Massaquoi

    5. Running Back: Michael Turner is pretty much done. He averaged 3.6 YPC or worse in six of his final seven games, losing any sort of burst he once had. Jacquizz Rodgers is just a third-down scat back, so the Falcons need a new starter. Re-signed Jason Snelling

    6. Inside Linebacker: Stud inside linebacker Curtis Lofton is a free agent who must be re-signed. Signed Lofa Tatupu

    7. Right Guard: It's unclear if last year's fourth-round pick, Joe Hawley, is the answer at right guard. He was brutal in the postseason loss, but he'll be better next season.

    8. Tight End: Tony Gonzalez just rebounded with a great year, but he'll be 36 in February. He could decline next season, and if he doesn't, it's likely that the 2012 campaign will be his last. A successor will need to be acquired.

    9. Free Safety: Thomas DeCoud is another free agent I'm sure Atlanta would like to retain. Re-signed Thomas DeCoud

    10. Wide Receiver Depth: Help is needed behind the starters and free agent Harry Douglas. Re-signed Harry Douglas

    11. Linebacker Depth: The Falcons will be thin here if Mike Peterson walks.







    2012 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Lofa Tatupu, ILB, Seahawks. Age: 29.
      Signed with Falcons (2 years, $5.75 million)

      Lofa Tatupu (or Taptua) oddly received no interest in 2011. Maybe a year off was what he needed to recover from all of his injuries.




    Atlanta Falcons Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: TBA.
    1. Curtis Lofton, ILB, Falcons. Age: 26.
      Signed with Saints (5 years)

      Curtis Lofton is a Pro Bowl-caliber linebacker. Re-signing him is Atlanta's No. 1 priority this offseason because he's the soul of the defense.

    2. Brent Grimes, CB, Falcons. Age: 29.
      Franchised by Falcons

      Despite size and speed limitations, Brent Grimes is a very talented cornerback. The only question is his dedication. There is speculation via a Pro Football Weekly report that he sat out the playoff game so he wouldn't risk a big pay day by getting hurt. If so, Grimes might be one of those take-the-money-and-run bust free agents. Caveat emptor.

    3. John Abraham, DE, Falcons. Age: 34.
      Re-signed with Falcons (3 years)

      John Abraham is pretty overrated because he comes up small in big games, usually racking up his high sack totals against poor opponents like Blaine Gabbert and the Jaguars. He'll be 34 in May, so his best days are far behind him.

    4. Todd McClure, C, Falcons. Age: 35.
      Re-signed with Falcons (1 year)

      Todd McClure turns 35 in February, but he still gets the job done. His skills could erode without warning, however, which is why I'm listing him at just three stars.

    5. Eric Weems, WR/KR, Falcons. Age: 27.
      Signed with Bears (3 years)

      Eric Weems scored two special-teams touchdowns in 2010, but couldn't find the end zone this past season. However, he was still effective on returns, maintaining solid averages in both punt and kick returns.

    6. Kroy Biermann, DE, Falcons. Age: 26.
      Re-signed with Falcons (3 years)

      Kroy Biermann had a very solid 2010 campaign, but struggled this past season, notching only 2.5 sacks despite playing about 35 snaps every week. He was invisible against the Giants.

    7. Thomas DeCoud, FS, Falcons. Age: 27.
      Re-signed with Falcons (5 years, $17.5 million; $4 million guaranteed)

      Thomas DeCoud is good in run support, but tends to get lost in coverage. He performed poorly in the beginning of the year, but picked up his play late.

    8. Ovie Mughelli, FB, Falcons. Age: 32.
      Ovie Mughelli is coming off a torn MCL. He needs to prove that he can still be an effective blocker.

    9. Harry Douglas, WR, Falcons. Age: 27. -- Re-signed with Falcons
    10. Vance Walker (RFA), DT, Falcons. Age: 25. -- Re-signed with Falcons (1 year)
    11. Jason Snelling, RB, Falcons. Age: 28. -- Re-signed with Falcons (3 years)
    12. Mike Peterson, OLB, Falcons. Age: 36.
    13. James Sanders, SS, Falcons. Age: 28. -- Signed with Cardinals
    14. Reggie Kelly, TE, Falcons. Age: 35.
    15. Kelvin Hayden, CB, Falcons. Age: 29. -- Signed with Bears
    16. Chris Redman, QB, Falcons. Age: 35. -- Re-signed with Falcons
    17. Brett Romberg, C, Falcons. Age: 32.
    18. Kirk Chambers, OT, Falcons. Age: 33.


    2012 NFL Free Agent Rankings Coming Soon



    Divisional Rival History:
    Carolina Panthers: The host has won six of the past eight meetings. The Falcons had a fluky comeback at Carolina in 2011 though.
    New Orleans Saints: The Saints have won 10 of 12 in this rivalry. New Orleans can thank Garrett Hartley for missing an overtime field goal during one of those two losses.
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Matt Ryan is 6-2 against the Buccaneers. There's no need to explain that record.



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