Posted by admin on 2nd July 2009
Going into the 2008 football season, the Atlanta Falcons where a team looking for a leader, a coach, and an identity. The season was already labeled as “rebuilding” and several experts said they would be as bad as the 4-12, 2007 campaign.
And now, the 2009 version of the Atlanta falcons look to do something that no other falcon team has ever done: Make the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. It’s possible, but it will come down to the defence playing solid and two players on offence stepping up. Those players are tackle Sam Baker and WR Michael Jenkins. The reason I say they need to step up is because Michael Turner and Roddy White both had career seasons; Matt Ryan had an incredible rookie season and will be even better in year two; the offensive line was among the best in the league.
Click here to read the full article – By Dylan Reichert of bleacherreport.com
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