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The Falcoholic Sep 15, 2019
Eagles vs. Falcons: Russell Gage is active while Deadrin Senat and multiple running backs highlight inactives

Eagles vs. Falcons: Russell Gage is active while Deadrin Senat and multiple running backs highlight inactives

Photo by Gavin Baker/Icon Sportswire via Falcons have no surprises for Sunday Night Football. The weekly inactives are like the first smell of football. It’s so close you can almost see Vic Beasley blowing a play. We noted earlier this week that Matt Gono was out. Otherwise, we are seeing the healthy depth players the Falcons just don’t have a lot of use for. Our inactives for #PHIvsATL ⤵️ - https://t.co/cVJrP7dDl9 pic.twitter.com/tXG0x42jvX— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) September 15, 2019 The top news? Russell Gage is back despite suffering a concussion last week...
Daily Norseman Sep 8, 2019
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings: Inactive lists for both teams

Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings: Inactive lists for both teams

Photo by Sean Gardner/ We are ninety minutes away from kickoff at U.S. Bank Stadium for the season opener between the Minnesota Vikings and the Atlanta Falcons. Both teams have released their inactive lists, designating seven players that will not suit up for this afternoon’s contest. Let’s take a look at both of these lists, starting with the visiting team. Atlanta Falcons OL Jamon Brown OT Matt Gono (back) RB Brian Hill CB Jordan Miller RB Qadree Ollison DT Deadrin Senat WR Olamide Zaccheaus Gono was the only player that the Falcons listed on their final injury report, so...
The Falcoholic Sep 8, 2019
Falcons vs. Vikings inactives: Jamon Brown, Deadrin Senat, two RBs highlight inactives

Falcons vs. Vikings inactives: Jamon Brown, Deadrin Senat, two RBs highlight inactives

Photo by Scott Cunningham/ We were watching Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who was a late addition to the injury report. Team inactives are back, which means exactly one thing: Football is only 90 minutes away. Fans have been through one long offseason, and ultimately every move, discussion, and controversy melts away because the Falcons are back. Since the Falcons are pretty healthy, with the exception of tackle Matt Gono, we get to see who makes up the bottom of the roster, and what young players have pushed for playing time. Our inactives for #ATLvsMIN today ⤵️...
The Falcoholic Aug 26, 2019
Deadrin Senat deserves more respect

Deadrin Senat deserves more respect

Photo by Mark Brown/ All Deadrin Senat has done since arriving in Atlanta via a third-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft is play well, but he can’t seem to earn the trust of the coaching staff. It’s time to put some respect on Senat’s game. For the first time in what seems like an eternity, the Falcons have a lot of talent on the defensive line. Atlanta may not have the star power of some of the league’s premier units, but they’ve got depth everywhere and a lot of promising young players. The Falcons are staring at a situation where several impressive edge rushers and defensive...
The Falcoholic Aug 24, 2019
Falcons DL actually looked good vs. Washington

Falcons DL actually looked good vs. Washington

Photo by David John Griffin/Icon Sportswire via Yes, it was yet another preseason loss, but the defensive line was a bright spot. If you’re like me, you probably have a hard time getting fired up about meaningless preseason action. But that wasn’t the case on Thursday night when Deadrin Senat strip-sacked Case Keenum and the fumble went directly into Takk McKinley’s hands. I was clapping and screaming like it was a Super Bowl as McKinley rumbled for 17 yards. It set Atlanta’s offense up for an easy Ito Smith score. If you missed it, watch it here. It was glorious. Maybe I got...
The Falcoholic Aug 20, 2019
Tyeler Davison, Allen Bailey give Falcons hope for RB-crushing interior DL

Tyeler Davison, Allen Bailey give Falcons hope for RB-crushing interior DL

Photo by Michael Reaves/ With Grady Jarrett and Deadrin Senat already in the fold, this defensive tackle group looks downright nasty. The Falcons weren’t good at a lot of things in 2018, but they identified their run defense as a major liability for a reason. They only held opposing offenses under 100 yards five times, allowed two 200 yard rushing games, and were embarrassed frequently. They wound up 25th in rushing yards allowed and 21st in touchdowns, as well as 28th in yards per attempt. Stopping the run isn’t—and shouldn’t be—the priority it once was, but it’s a key...

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