Last edited by Bravo95; 09-17-2013 at 03:00 AM.
Bradie Ewing and Kroy B put on IR. looks like the young guys at DE will get there PT.
Cameron Wake is coming off his worst game in his pro career.
"[He's] a really complete player... There's not really any weaknesses to his game." - Bill Belichick on Andrew Luck
http://imgur.com/a/4UK1e <---- BEST 10-15 SECONDS EVER
I wonder what will happen to our defense without Kroy... He's such an unusual player and he's irreplaceable but for different reasons.
Tough break for those two. Gotta believe the cult favorites Bartu and Worrilow will handle KB's LB duties, while Massaquoi (pass downs) and Goodman (run downs) rotate at DE. Ewing wasn't on the field much, guess Snelling fills in there and they'll activate someone off the practice squad.
Bartu had some sick plays last week. I can't believe he is not only an UDFA but he is a rookie too. We've gone from no LB talent to a bright future with two simple pick-ups.
The one where he went around Jake Long to tackle STL's RB in the backfield, that's where I bought in. He is much faster than Nicholas and we have needed LBs who can make plays behind the LOS for years. Worrilow was the same way in preseason but I'll wait to see him in real games also before calling him a made man.Originally Posted by Ramon Nivar
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Falcons have the fewest rushing attempts in the league so far. Never thought I'd be saying that with the ultra-conservative Smith as their head coach.
Last edited by Bravo95; 09-17-2013 at 02:58 AM.
So now Spoon has been put on the IR too......we got the injury bug for sure
SJax is out 2-4 weeks too...
OK so now are fans ready to believe they can't lean on a 30-year old RB to carry the load? Is Smith finally ready to embrace a "RB-By-Committee" approach, or will he stick by his comment that Quizz is "an every-down back"?
Falcons had great luck for staying healthy during the first 5 years of this regime. Looks like that finally ran out.
I would lie to see Josh Vaughn get some carries at RB.. He looked great in preseason, I know it was preseason but you never now.
Roddy White (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
White played on just 34-of-64 offensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Rams and will continue to be limited in practice this week. He and has only five catches for 40 yards through two games. White isn't more than a risky WR3 option until he proves he's over his high-ankle sprain.rotoworldJulio Jones (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Jones is locked in as a top-three fantasy wide receiver play against the Dolphins this week. Look for him to be upgraded to full participation later in the week. Roddy White didn't practice Wednesday, and he's going to be a game-time decision for the third week in a row as he battles that high-ankle sprain. Continue to steer clear of White in fantasy. He's a high-risk WR3 play.