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I think a move to Sam or Will... Good decision, because the teams around the league have figured out how to stop him for the most part at DE by using 2 OL...

Added to that, he can run down the field and tackle anyone...

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1734100-updating-the-atlanta-falcons-key-position-battles-halfway-through-training-camp/page/6" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Interesting you guys mention this.. this is from MMQBs Greg Bedard..

http://mmqb.si.com/2013/08/15/nfl-preseason-first-impressions/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
7. I think the most uninspiring debut for a Super Bowl contender was the Falcons’ 34-10 loss to the Bengals. The worst fears about their offensive line (especially right tackle) and the defense were on display. There was no push by the line. The defense looks limited on all three levels of the scheme. Getting linebacker Sean Weatherspoon back from injury will be a huge bonus, but there has to be mounting concern about the pass rush. Kroy Biermann looks about as good playing in a two-point stance as former Packer Aaron Kampman did (not very good at all). Osi Umenyiora looks to be the only hope in the pass rush department, but how much can he do by himself and for how long?
ilovethecats said:
well that's repetitive...


I was wondering if it was posted at the same time then saw OP posted his 2 hours after. You dang cat fans are always late to the party.