The Atlanta Falcons finally overcame themselves and ended their six game losing streak against the Jacksonville Jaguars last weekend and now face the still undefeated Jacksonville Jaguars this Sunday.
Although they were two point underdogs against the Jaguars, the Falcons managed to hold on to their lead with their best performance in recent memory. For the Falcons this week, this is a must win in order to stay in the playoff hunt and Head Coach Dan Quinn will continue to push his team.
“As far as I know, when you’ve got a shot, you’ve got a shot,” Quinn said. “We’ve got an awesome challenge ahead this week, and it’s one we’re absolutely jacked for. And we will be ready to rock.”
Tickets are still available for this pivotal match up so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Atlanta Falcons!!
The Atlanta Falcons are looking for their team to give it their all for the rest of the season as they try and push into the playoff seeding with a higher bid then their current 6th seed ranking. After the 38-0 pasting the team took at the hands of the Panthers last week, the coaching staff will accept nothing less.
“I’m on the watch for everybody in terms of the way we’re going through it,” Head Coach Dan Quinn said. “That’s part of the evaluation you go through the whole season in terms of like how bad you’re going for it. That’s part of our program. That’s what I want, 100 percent all the time, all in.
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The Atlanta Falcons have waived WR Rashad Evans, WR Marcus Jackson and WR Marcus Sales to get down to the mandatory 75 players.
The Falcons have yet to win a preseason game and have been beaten by the Bengals, Ravens and Titans prompting Head Coach Mike Smith to declare that the “mistakes will be fixed before (the) season opener.
”You know there’s going to matchups that you like and matchups you’re going to be concerned about,” Smith said Monday. ”And with those matchups you’re concerned about, it’s a coach’s job to put people in position where they can be successful.”
Starting quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked five times during the loss to Tennessee.
”We gave up way too many sacks,” Smith said. ”Often times, people want to pinpoint it on one person. That’s not the case. Unless you know what the protection is, what the front is and know who’s responsible for (whom), you can’t blame one person.”
The Falcons will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth and final preseason game. Tickets are still available.