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As the Falcons battled till the end against Green Bay, they received valuable contributions from two of their most intriguing additions in the offseason, with Mack Hollins and Jonnu Smith solidifying their places in Atlanta.
No matter how stout the opposing defense is and how ineffective the passing game can be, Atlanta’s dynamic rushing tandem is more than capable of carrying the offense to victories.
Follow the breakdown of how the Falcons were able to prevail over their division rivals in an ugly, yet encouraging victory.
For the first time in years, confidence is high going into a season opener.
The Falcons could legitimately earn the same two honors they received 15 years ago, thanks to an electrifying rookie and savvy head coach.
From wide receiver and cornerback depth to the major potential in the trenches, there is plenty to ponder about what Atlanta can become.
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After assembling an offense filled with unique playmakers and massive pass-catchers, Arthur Smith is ready to produce one of the most prolific units in the league.
The monthly staff discussion makes its return diving into how the training camp period could be most beneficial in getting clarity about Arthur Smith’s squad heading into the season.
For the first time in years, there is genuine excitement about what Atlanta’s defense could produce up front. How they align is the first step towards visualizing a possible legitimate pass rush and solidified run defense.