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Falcons vs. Dolphins recap: Preseason ends with a whimper Authentic Terrell McClain Jersey , as preseason always does The Atlanta Falcons rarely give us much to feel good about in the preseason, and this preseason was especially taxing. If you love this team, the sight of them floundering out there in their familiar jerseys is a painful one, and once the deep reserves play a full game, it’s somewhere between excruciating and embarrassing.So it went last night, when the Falcons were thumped by the Dolphins by a score of 34-7. The offense wasn’t good, the defense wasn’t good, and the only reason special teams was solid was because David Marvin was absolutely booming punts all game long. Atlanta seems hellbent on making people miserable before the season begins, no matter how well we know the truism that preseason doesn’t matter. Now Atlanta has to sift. They have something like 5-7 roster spots open and need to find the right fits for those spots, and there wasn’t a lot happening on the field to make those calls easy. Nonetheless, the Falcons have shown themselves to be deft assemblers of talented rosters in recent years, and they’ll be deciding on the 2018 version of this team in under 48 hours. Let’s hope they saw something we did not last night. That said, let’s break down the good, the ugly, and what’s next for the Atlanta Falcons. The GoodIn an utterly dismal game for the offense, Malik Williams showed a little pop and flash. He had two runs and a nice grab at the end of the first quarter for a total of over 20 yards, which doesn’t sound particularly impressive until you realize the Falcons had literally done nothing to that point in the game. He also scored the first touchdown for the backups all preseason with an eight yard run in the second quarter where he showed nice footwork, and picked up 19 yards on a rumble in the third quarter. Given Justin Crawford’s quiet preseason, Williams may have a practice squad spot waiting for him. On a very quiet night for the passing game, Jaeden Graham led all receivers with three receptions on four targets for 36 yards. He’s quietly been solid all preseason, and if the Falcons elect to keep a tight end on the practice squad, Graham’s probably the guy. Defensive tackle was one of the few bright spots on defense. Garrison Smith got into the backfield Youth Takkarist McKinley Jersey , Justin Zimmer nearly had a sack, and Jon Cunningham looked quick and dangerous last night. I have to think Smith makes the roster and Zimmer makes the practice squad, but it’s encouraging to see that the Falcons might have some genuine young talent at a position where they’ve traditionally struggled to cultivate it. Smith’s third quarter sack may have pushed him over the top. The Falcons got two sacks from young defenders. The first came early in the game from Anthony Winbush, who had a solid effort overall, and the second came later from Richard Jarvis, who has put together a strong offseason overall. I don’t know that either player will stick around, but I think Jarvis has a decent shot at the practice squad.Speaking of linebacker, Emmanuel Smith, Jonathan Celestin and Emmanuel Ellerbee were three of the team’s four leading tacklers. Smith in particular came up with some very timely stops, while Celestin mixed some good tackles with a shakier overall effort than he had any of the previous couple of weeks. I think Celestin is ticketed for a practice squad spot, at this point. Chris Lammons has struggled at times in coverage, but he’s also played safety, nickel cornerback and outside cornerback and shown physicality and real talent. He bolstered his case with an interception last night, and I have to think he’s in play for a practice squad spot. Given how badly Ron Parker has scuffled this preseason, it’s possible if unlikely that he might have a roster spot, too. David Marvin genuinely punted well, and if nothing else, might earn himself a call if (Football Gods forbid) something happens to Matt Bosher. The UglyI wrote earlier this summer that I thought Kurt Benkert was the most talented young quarterback the Falcons have had in a long time, and I still believe that. I also believe that he’s shown us he’s not remotely ready to step into a real role any time soon, and his dismal preseason finale should allow the Falcons to stash him on the practice squad without any trouble. We’ll see if he can make enough progress to compete for the backup job in 2019. Reggie Davis’ special teams ability may still earn him a practice squad spot, but he had an absolutely disastrous night as a receiver against the Dolphins, dropping multiple passes and shying away from contact. He likely could have sealed up a slot with a quality performance http://www.falconsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-brandon-fusco-jersey , I think, but the coaching staff can’t have liked what they saw from Thursday night. Matt Gono saw Ty Sambrailo sit this one out, solidifying his status as the swing tackle, and followed that up with a pretty dismal effort against the Dolphins. Gono got beat, got penalized, and showed he still has some work to do before he can be considered a decent reserve tackle. I’m hopeful he’ll hold on to a practice squad spot and get the chance to develop with Atlanta. Ron Parker has not been great all preseason long, and with a missed tackle and some seemingly indifferent efforts in the fourth preseason game, it’s not actually a lock that he’ll make the roster. That game was extremely ugly, and while I think the Falcons had a lot of talent on this 90 man roster this year, it didn’t show up the way I hoped it would in preseason. That ought to make Atlanta’s decisions easier, at least. The WrapupGame MVPThere wasn’t one! Hooray!One TakeawayThis team’s deep depth is not great, which we already knew. Next WeekThe first actual regular season game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Falcons can’t get revenge for the Divisional Round—it’s a regular season game—but they can start off a promising season with a bang. Visit Bleeding Green Nation for more. Final WordIt’sover.Falcons players to start in your fantasy lineup or sit on your bench in Week 1 Football is finally back, and as a result, we’re greeted with the return of fantasy football once again as well. I’ll be doing some weekly analysis on Falcons players in regards to their fantasy football prospects over the course of the season.Everyone is 0-0 to start the new season, and the promise of trash talking all of your friends is more present and appealing than ever at this time of year.Atlanta has a highly anticipated Week 1 matchup lined up against the Philadelphia Eagles, in what will be the first regular season game of the new NFL season. Today, we’ll look at which Falcons players you should start and which players you should sit in that matchup, from a fantasy perspective.Matt Ryan - SitI do feel like Matt Ryan should have been drafted in all leagues as a high upside QB2, and if he is on the waiver wire in your league and you have a disposable player on your bench, you may want to look into taking a flier on Atlanta’s starting QB.However, I would have to advise against starting Ryan in a tough Week 1 matchup on the road, against a stout defense. The Eagles’ defense surrendered the 10th fewest fantasy points to opposing QBs in 2017. Ryan threw for 210 yards and one touchdown against Philly in the Divisional Round — neither mark is strong from a fantasy perspective — and was consistently hounded by pressure from a rampant Eagles defensive line.Ryan should have a bounce-back year thanks to the continuity of having a second-year offensive coordinator Logan Paulsen Jersey , but he starts the season with an incredibly tough matchup when you take the dominant defense and hostile environment into account. Stash him on your bench for now.Devonta Freeman - StartYou probably took Freeman in the second round and are therefore not going to sit him to start the season, there’s nothing wrong with that. With the volume and goal-line carries he’ll get in what should be a potent offense, he always has a chance at having a big game, but I would temper expectations just a little bit this week.The Eagles’ defense is incredibly stingy against the run — giving up the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs in 2017 and being the only team in the league to allow less than 1,000 yards rushing in the regular season. Only the Titans and Patriots gave up less than the six rushing TDs the Eagles surrendered last season as well.Freeman had a miserable playoff game in Philadelphia in January — rushing for a meager seven yards on 10 carries — but it was discovered afterward that he was playing hurt in that game. Start Freeman in Week 1, but don’t expect the type of production we’ve grown accustomed to.Tevin Coleman - StartI know, I just talked about how unrelenting the Eagles’ defense is against opposing running backs, but for some reason that seems to not apply to Tevin Coleman. In two career games against Philadelphia, Coleman has totaled 159 rushing yards on 30 carries.Against the Eagles in the playoffs, Coleman registered 79 rushing yards on just 10 carries, and would have probably led the Falcons to victory had he been given more opportunities to touch the ball.What really makes Coleman an attractive start this week is how potent he is at catching the ball. While they shut down the run frequently, Philadelphia gave up the second most receiving touchdowns to opposing RBs in 2017. Freeman is also a capable receiving back, but the Falcons have reportedly promised Coleman a more prominent pass-catching role this season. Confidently start Coleman as at least a flex option this week.Julio Jones - StartYou drafted Julio Jones in either the late first round or the early second round; you’re going to start him in every matchup. Jones was force-fed in the Divisional Playoff game in January, being targeted 16 times when no other Falcon got more than five targets. While I wouldn’t expect that drastic of a target discrepancy in this game, Jones should still be Ryan’s favorite target.For as stingy as Philadelphia’s defense was last year, they were incredibly susceptible to opposing wide receivers, giving up the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing WRs over the course of 2017.Jones recorded 101 receiving yards in the playoff game, and was inches away from catching the game-winning touchdown as well. He’s a must-start this week, and should be among the top-scoring WRs in fantasy to start the year.Mohamed Sanu - SitSanu is someone who can be a nice bye week fill-in later on in the season, but this is a game where you’d be better off leaving him on your bench. In what’s likely to be a low-scoring game, with Julio Jones dominating looks and the Eagles burning the clock with a run-heavy approach, there may not be enough targets to sufficiently feed Sanu.The Rutgers man can account for a touchdown catch (or maybe even touchdown pass) in any given game Youth Keanu Neal Jersey , scoring a TD in six different matchups last season, but that’s not a smart thing to bank on unless you have to. Sit Sanu out of this one unless your team is ravaged by injuries.Calvin Ridley - SitThis is not the easiest matchup for a rookie WR making his first career NFL start. While Ridley ought to be owned in all formats, his situation is very much similar to Sanu’s — there won’t be enough targets to make him a reliable play this week.Ridley will likely be the fourth or fifth option in the passing game behind veterans Julio Jones, Sanu, Coleman and maybe even Austin Hooper. Ryan will build his trust and rapport with the first-round draft pick as time goes on, but I don’t think the timing is entirely down yet so early in the process.Austin Hooper - SitHooper is someone whom we thought took that next step in Week 1 last season, when he went off against the Bears for 128 receiving yards and an 88-yard touchdown catch. He didn’t go over 50 receiving yards for the rest of the season, however. As a result, Hooper will need to take that next step this season, and until we see that he’s done that, I have to advise against starting him.The Eagles are a middle-of-the-road team against tight ends in fantasy football, giving up the 18th-most points to opposing TEs in 2017. Hooper had just one catch for three yards in the Divisional Round against them, however, and he can’t really be trusted in this Week 1 matchup.Matt Bryant - StartI’ll make this one easy. As long as he’s healthy, start Matt Bryant every week because of how prolific the Falcons’ offense has the potential to be and how accurate he is when given the opportunity to kick. The Eagles gave up the second-fewest points to opposing fantasy kickers in 2017, so don’t expect Bryant to singlehandedly win you your matchup this week, but he’s still as reliable as they come.Atlanta Falcons D/ST - StartThe Falcons defense will need to generate more turnovers to be consistently reliable in fantasy football this season, but they’re a decent streaming option against an Eagles offense which only scored 15 points against them in the playoffs and which looked awful in the preseason.If Carson Wentz were starting, it would be a much higher risk to stream the Falcons’ defense, but they get an uptick with Nick Foles being announced as the starter.Tune in weekly for Falcons start/sit advice throughout the rest of the regular season.