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The Atlanta Falcons ended the season with a 10-6 record in the regular season and with a 15-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in an NFC divisional playoff game Saturday. Here’s a recap of the season and what’s next:

Season grade: Average. That’s the best way to sum up the Falcons’ up-and-down follow-up to their Super Bowl run in 2016, despite a winning record and postseason appearance. The offense, under new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, didn’t live up to the high expectations that followed their league-leading 33.8 points per game in 2016. They had a dip of more than 10 point in 2017. The defense showed remarkable improvement in all areas under new coordinator Marquand Manuel but still had issues with tackling and sustaining consistent pressure. And special teams failed at times with coverage issues and costly penalties, although kicker Matt Bryant was a stud.

Season in review: All the talk of the Super Bowl hangover died down when the Falcons started on a three-game winning streak, although narrow victories over the Bears and Lions easily could have gone the other way. Then a three-game losing streak in October against AFC East, including a season-low 7 points scored in the Super Bowl rematch against the Patriots, exposed some offensive issues. Then another three-game winning streak over the Cowboys, Seahawks and Buccaneers showed just how potent the offense could be when clicking. But losses to the Vikings and Saints, as the Falcons failed to reach 14 points, humbled the offense once again. Winning three out of four to end the season, all in division play, at least gave the Falcons a chance to make a return trip to the Super Bowl, although they fell short.

Biggest play of season: Deion Jones’ leaping interception of a Drew Brees pass in the end zone secured the Falcons’ 20-17 win over the rival Saints in Week 14. Without that play and without the win, the Falcons might not have been in playoff contention at the end of the season. Jones, a New Orleans native, has three interceptions in three career games against Brees.

He said it: “I think when you look at some of our struggles on the offensive side of the ball, it comes down to us players making plays. You can be in good positions, and when you don’t make the throw or whatever you need to do on those situations, it’s not about the scheme. It’s about the play.” — Matt Ryan

Key offseason questions

Biggest draft need: Addressing the offensive line is a must, particularly on the interior at both guard spots. Center Alex Mack is a Pro Bowler, but he needs an upgrade on each side of him. And Ryan needs guys who will protect him better. The question is how highly do you invest in guard help? Forrest Lamp, a guy the Falcons worked out, was the first guard off the board last year as the sixth pick in the second round to the Chargers. The last time the Falcons drafted a guard in the first three rounds was 2010, when their third-round pick was Mike Johnson.

Free-agency targets: Besides the offensive line market, the Falcons also have to look into possible options at running back and receiver. It’s doubtful they’ll be able to keep backup running back Tevin Coleman for long. He signed through 2018 but it’s highly unlikely the Falcons will be able to keep him long-term after already rewarding Devonta Freeman with $8.25 million per year. There has to be a team out there willing to trade for a running back as talented as Coleman. The Falcons also need a taller, speedy receiver to complement Julio Jones. Yes, they have Mohamed Sanu, but Sanu is more of the intermediate guy. Although Taylor Gabriel has had great flashes, he might not be the ideal guy to fill that role. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Falcons look in the draft for that receiver, either. Pass-rushers and defensive backs are always something the Falcons will investigate in free agency.

Paying Matty Ice: Ryan will enter the final year of his contract next season and is due to make $19.25 million in 2018. Owner Arthur Blank said after Ryan’s MVP season in 2016 that Ryan needed to be “compensated well” for his showing. Although Ryan didn’t follow up with the same type of season, the Falcons know how valuable it is to have a franchise quarterback. The Lions rewarded Matthew Stafford with a contract that averages a league-best $27 million per year and $92 million guaranteed. Ryan and Stafford have the same agent, Tom Condon.

Rewarding their own: The Falcons often talk about focusing on re-signing their own players. Aside from Ryan, some of the guys who performed well in 2017 who deserve to be re-signed are Bryant, defensive end Adrian Clayborn, who led the team in sacks, and free safety Ricardo Allen. Clayborn is set to become an unrestricted free agent. Allen, one of the team leaders, is a restricted free agent. Agents Drew Rosenhaus and Blake Baratz will fight hard to get Allen and Clayborn longer-term deals, respectively, after both played on one-year contracts this season. The 42-year-old Bryant, who made 34 of 39 field goals, continues to be reliable and continues to have success from long distance.

What about Sark? There will be questions about the future of Sarkisian as the offensive coordinator, but Quinn and the players seem to be firmly behind him. Of course, Sarkisian made some costly mistakes. Such should have been expected for a guy who wasn’t used to seeing all the personnel changes that come from an NFL defensive coordinator. But Sarkisian could make a big step next season, so don’t expect Quinn to give up on him just yet. Plus, do the Falcons want Ryan working with yet another offensive coordinator? Probably not.

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The Houston Texans have been busy trying to improve their roster in an attempt to make a playoff run.

The Houston Texans have been making a lot of roster moves over the past couple of days.

On Monday, it was reported that the Texans are promoting wide receiver Cobi Hamilton by adding him to their 53-man roster from their practice squad.

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Then on Tuesday is was reported that the Texans put in a claim for defensive tackle Sheldon Day after the Jacksonville Jaguars released him. Unfortunately, he ended up with the San Francisco 49ers, since they’re higher on the waiver wire priority list.  Houston did however sign running back Troymaine Pope to their practice squad.

On top of that the Texans were awarded former Arizona Cardinals running back Andre Ellington off of waivers, after he was recently released.

News has also come out that the Texans have released quarterback Josh Johnson. He’s been serving as their third string quarterback with T.J. Yates and of course Tom Savage ahead of him.

Houston only had two quarterbacks on their roster until rookie Deshaun Watson went down with a torn ACL.  Then they decided to sign two back-ups. Now they’re back down to two quarterbacks on their active roster with Johnson being released.

With Kevin Johnson in the concussion protocol, the Texans worked out free agent defensive backs Chykie Brown and Adairus Barnes on Tuesday.

Brown is 30 years-old and last played with the Cincinnati Bengals last year. He’s also spent time with the Baltimore Ravens and New York Giants. He was a 5th round pick of the Ravens in 2011 out of the University of Texas.

Barnes is 23 years-old and went undrafted in 2016 out of Louisiana Tech. He was then signed by the Detroit Lions and was on their roster until he was waived on September 2nd.

Comment below and give us your thoughts on the the moves the Texans have made.

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Once upon a time, a long time ago, there was team called the Oakland Raiders. They were a motley bunch, gutted of talent and cap space and struggling to field a competitive group. And then the rebuild began, but—as is true for most rebuilds—it was ugly.

The draft began to provide an influx of some nice talent, but it would take a while for them to grow up. In 2014, the Raiders were 0-10 in the midst of a 16-game losing streak while the Chiefs were 7-3, riding a 5-game winning streak that included beating the defending Super Bowl Champions Seattle Seahawks.

There’s no way the Raiders should have won that game, but lightning struck and young Derek Carr made his first game-winning TD throw to #89 James Jones.

That game was made into a fantastic finish courtesy of the Raiders defense, particularly Sio Moore, Khalil Mack, and an angry Justin Tuck.

his is what it sounds like to get an 0-16 Gorilla of your back.

The team that started 0-10 would finish 3-3 and that would give the team and the players something to build on. The next two season, they went 19-13 which brings us to now.

The previous 3-game losing streak that culminated with that missed extra point loss to the Chargers had the fanbase’s morale at a 3-year low. Expectations were focused on a deep playoff run (‘Super Bowl or Bust’) and the fact that struggles were punctuated by an anemic offense had heads spinning.

Like 2014, many gave the Raiders little chance to win, but the team rallied around each other, fought and battled, and overcame the adversity.

So, on the 4th try at the TD, when Crabtree caught the ball, got both knees down just inside the front left pylon, the screams were of a huge catharsis; the gorilla was not as large as in 2014, but a big one nonetheless.

This was the game of the year so far for the Raiders and may well mark the turning point of the season. If the Raiders go deep the rest of the year, we will look back at this game (and ‘the drive’) as setting the stage, much like the 2-point conversion in New Orleans set the stage for the 2016 season.

Most everything has already been said about this game, so I’ll just try to focus on a few more interesting bits :

I don’t believe this team ever doubted themselves. The attitude comes from the top and throughout the past 2+ years, they have always been mentally strong and focused. This team is made up of players that know how to grind and how to overcome. The fan base is far more fragile than this team is.
I do wonder if this young team was a little over-confident early in the year and if it has taken being ‘punched in the mouth’ 4x in a row to get back to grinding like they did last year. For young teams dealing with success can be as difficult as dealing with adversity.
Defensive frontline did a very good job overall. Limited Kareem Hunt to 19/93, 4.9 avg, but outside of one big run for 34 (more on that later), held him to 18/59, 3.3 avg. Lots of good fits, lots of good discipline, and great effort.
Hunt is a definite talent. Powerfully built and low; when he tucks down, he has nearly no tackling surface and even guys like NaVorro Bowman bounce off because they have nothing to wrap.

There has been obvious improvements on the defensive front week-to-week; if you study the video, you can see corrections being made and mistakes not being made twice. But still the main weakness is the DL recognizing draw plays; the young interior DL attack outside and upfield on pass sets and then leave huge holes inside. Hunt’s big run came on a draw.
Bruce Irvin et al were banging on Travis Kelce much of the night to keep him from getting a clean release. That helped the coverage out and limited Kelce’s performance. One of the times that Bruce didn’t/couldn’t bump Kelce resulted in that 1st quarter touchdown.
Ken Norton has been blitzing like crazy since week 1, notably being burnt by Kirk Cousins in Week 3 WAS game. Thursday, he showed blitz A LOT, but backed out almost every time. Two notable blitzes (both by Bowman), one was picked up and resulted in the Tyreek Hill TD, the other was not picked up and resulted in a key 3rd down incompletion.
Many of the fake blitzes forced KC to adjust protection calls, so when they backed out of the blitz, it would result in a 3/4-man rush with Khalil Mack having a 1-on-1. GREAT design.
Defense legitimately had 2 defensive stops on 3rd down that ended up otherwise. The strange Denico Autry personal foul (falling into Alex Smith’s legs) that extended a drive and the Keith McGill tipped ball to Albert Wilson TD. Point is that the defense is playing well enough to have held KC to ~16 pts. As they clean up more and more, we may see the defense improve, hopefully by end of year when it matters the most.
I admit that I did not trust the defense to get a 3-and-out at the end when the team needed it. They proved me wrong and rose up like champions. It reminded me of the end of the Carolina game.
Salute Vadal Alexander
Jared Cook was signed specifically to help beat the Chiefs. In 2016, the Raiders were down 8 and had a chance to win it. They went with this play :

2017, similar situation and go with:

It’s a great win, but it’s only one win. You don’t get extra points for beating a 5-1 team. So now take it in the cliche ‘one game at a time’-mode and focus on getting a win at Buffalo and getting to .500.

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