Falcons - Cowboys Week 11 Coverage
The stud receiver has soaked up about 90% of the team’s offensive snaps each of the last two weeks, and yet the offense has stagnated.
Instead of falling short in a wild shootout, the entire Falcons’ team and coaching staff is at fault for another narrow home defeat.
The primary reasons this team lost? Familiar culprits.
It’s the tale of two 4-5 teams just trying to make it in this crazy world.
We’ve been burned before, but still think the Falcons should be able to take this one home. Well, mostly.
Atlanta’s still nominally alive in the playoff hunt heading into this one, so we got that going for us.
We were afraid of that, but we did get some good insight from RJ Ochoa at Blogging the Boys.
You have to worry about the Dallas rushing attack, but we’re here with a fresher worry.
Right now, the Falcons will hold on to both, but we don’t know if that will last.
Can the Falcons rebound from a humiliating loss to Cleveland and prevail in a matchup between two desperate teams?
Two 4-5 NFC teams just trying to hang on meet this week in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The choice is easy this week.
I’m so confused.
As goes the effort to stop the star running back, so goes the game.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they break down what went wrong in the Browns’ game, discuss the return of Deion Jones, and preview Week 11’s matchup with the Cowboys.
After losing all their defensive leaders to injury early in the season, no other player was able to step up and fill the void for the Falcons. With Deion Jones returning to the field, that issue could finally be solved.
This is the Vegas way of saying "eh, the Falcons are at home."