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Falcons CB Kelvin Hayden Intercepting a pass against the ColtsEach week, after the game, I will name a few Falcons players who deserve recognition for their performance. We call it earning your wings. Here we go:-CB Kelvin Hayden – Coming back to play your former team is always a big motivator for players. When Hayden returned to Lucas Oil Stadium to play the Colts, he showed them exactly what they were missing with a terrific interception then cut short the Colts only potential threatening drive the whole game. Hayden, who is now firmly entrenched as the Falcons nickel cornerback, is getting better and better every week, as he gets accustomed to the defense. … [visit site to read more]Falcons vs Colts – Who Earned Their Wings - Blogging Dirty - Blogging Dirty - An Atlanta Falcons Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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