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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Wednesday, Sept. 12 Following a soggy

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Thursday affair Atlanta Falcons Hats where some of the footballs Matt Ryan threw seemed to be wrapped in a diving belt, we turn our already weathered gaze to the Carolina Panthers. I was prepared to burn some digital sage in today’s Falcoholinks to cleanse any lingering negative energy from Philadelphia, but the Falcons seem to have disgraced the football gods ahead of Sunday’s tilt. Let’s dive in and try not to hit our heads on the bottom.Deion Jones headed to IRI’m not sure you can call it an injury bug at this point. More of an injury succubus that has latched onto the Atlanta Falcons like some ancient pestilence. It continued its relentless feast on the Falcons Tuesday afternoon, as word emerged that Deion Jones would miss at least eight weeks with a foot injury.The team is already dealing with the loss of strong safety Keanu Neal, so now they will attempt to mitigate the loss of middle linebacker Deion Jones. That means they will look to Duke Riley to fill the void. Get healthy soon, Deion. Greg Olsen out, Panthers missing top playmaker Carolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen is still one of the top receiving tight ends in the NFL, and it was reported today that he would not be suiting up in Atlanta, or for the foreseeable future. Olsen left Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys and would not return Atlanta Falcons Hoodie , later spotted on the sideline in a walking boot and crutches. What Carolina feared has come to pass, as he indeed fractured the same foot that cost him significant time last season. The Panthers are already missing key starters on the offensive line as well, and Daryl Williams will be another one of those to miss Sunday’s game. He was carted off against Dallas, and will undergo surgery on his knee. We always like to beat the Carolina Panthers when they’re at full strength, so we of course wish both players well in their respective recoveries. Brian Hill promoted, questions remain for Devonta FreemanThe Atlanta Falcons reacquired running back Brian Hill in a scenario that played out like an NFL-centric version of something Larry David would produce, but now the former fifth-round pick has been promoted to the active roster. The Falcoholic’s Jeanna Thomas had the scoop, and now the immediate question is: what’s up with Devonta Freeman?Freeman left Thursday’s game with a knee injury, but he stated that he was “fine” after its conclusion. Hill’s promotion potentially tosses some cold water on that assertion Youth Customized Atlanta Falcons Jerseys , and we’ll await word from the team as to Freeman’s status going forward. Finding meaning in the messThere were bright spots in Thursday’s loss to the Eagles, and as we allowed the fog of defeat to dissipate they presented themselves more clearly. Our Eric Robinson elucidated the lessons from the loss, highlighting the positives on this incarnation of the Atlanta Falcons. Eric emphasizes that they can truly hang with any team in the league, but it boils down to harnessing potential, establishing offensive equilibrium with play-calling and execution, and not blasting one’s own cleats with buckshot. The Falcoholic Week 1 Post-game PodcastPost-game podcast skipper Cory Woodroof was joined by Adnan Ikic to dissect what we saw on the field. The Falcons-Eagles debrief included looks forward to Sunday and beyond, and what Week 1 meant for the team going forward. Give ‘er a listen, here.Falcons safety Keith Tandy blocks punt on Bengals’ first drive of the second half Recent addition Keith Tandy was brought aboard following Keanu Neal’s season-ending knee injury to provide depth at safety. But Tandy also brings a wealth of special teams experience, and that’s where his signing is paying dividends. Tandy blocked a punt during the second half of today’s game. It concluded the first Bengals offensive drive of the second half. Check it out: The Falcons don’t have a stellar history of blocking punts. In fact , it’s been nearly a decade since they last did it. Way back in 2009, during a game against the Carolina Panthers, Brian Williams blocked a punt. Put that in context for a second: Williams last played for the Falcons in 2010; he last played in the NFL in 2011. In short, if you missed Tandy’s blocked punt today, you’ll likely have to sit through another couple presidencies before you see another Falcons blocked punt.

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