Atlanta’s second preseason game is finally upon us. After a very underwhelming performance against the Titans, the Falcons are hoping to bounce back this week against the Dolphins. Based on reports coming out of the joint practices in Miami, the team seems to be on the right track. Hopefully the offensive line can at least be good enough to allow for actual evaluation of the skill position players.
Similarly to last week, I’ve created an updated roster for you to reference while watching Saturday’s game. As someone who has quite a bit of experience watching football games and practices, I have often found the provided rosters and booklets a little lacking. They’ll work in a pinch, but they don’t work well for trying to quickly identify players on the football field. That’s because they aren’t sorted by position and by number, instead usually going with numbers or even alphabetically.
So, I’ve created a printable version of the Falcons roster for my own personal use and for anyone else that might be attending the game, watching on TV, or following along with us on our live play-by-play show. I find it easier to use and quicker to reference than the provided rosters, which helps a lot when trying to identify players.
You can find the roster here. Feel free to download and/or print for your own personal use. If you have any suggestions about how to improve the roster or any other things you might like to see listed, share those in the comments below. Also, be sure to join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 6:30 PM ET for our live play-by-play coverage of the game!
If you’re planning to print out the roster, I’d suggest the following guidelines.
IF YOU HAVE A PRINTER THAT CAN PRINT TO “NARROW” MARGINS:
Set the document to Portrait orientation, Narrow margins, and the Scale (or Zoom) to 83%. This should cause the roster to take up the whole page without pushing any text to other pages.
IF YOU HAVE PRINTER THAT PRINTS TO “NORMAL” MARGINS:
Set the document to Portrait orientation, Normal margins, and the Scale (or Zoom) to 74%. This should cause the roster to take up the whole page without pushing any text to other pages.
If, for whatever reason, the roster doesn’t seem to fit on one page, reduce the Scale (or Zoom) by 1% until it does.
We hope you enjoy training camp over the next few days, and look forward to seeing you there!