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Coming off of a week where they went undefeated, the NFC West teams will look to continue their success in Week 11. With Seattle on a bye, there are just three games, one of which is on Monday night. There are a few tough matchups this week, but hopefully we do not have to experience any more ties.Here is your NFC West Week 11 preview.Arizona Cardinals (4-5) at Atlanta Falcons (8-1)Coming off of a bye, the Arizona Cardinals will head to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in Week 11. Both teams are coming off of a loss and will be looking to get back on track.After starting the year 4-0, the Cardinals have dropped five straight games and their playoff hopes are quickly disappearing. They have a few very tough games coming up and some believe that they will finish below the .500 mark.The Atlanta Falcons suffered their first loss of the season in Week 10, losing 31-27 in New Orleans. Matt Ryan threw for 411 yards, but they could not get the run game going. Michael Turner ran the ball 13 ti...
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Atlanta landed big free agent defensive end Ray Edwards during the 2011 offseason. However, after his five-year, $27.5 million contract was signed last year, Edwards has failed to produce as the Falcons had hoped so they cut the veteran on Monday.
Edwards was set to make $3 million in base salary this year with $3 million option bonus that was paid out in March. If he clears waivers...
At Monday's press conference Falcons coach Mike Smith wasn't concerned about receiver Julio Jones, who left the game with New Orleans for a brief time due to a right ankle injury.Fantasy Spin:Jones came back into the game and appeared to run without much problem, so we aren't overly concerned for the Week 11 matchup with Arizona, but check back later in the week to make...
Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux said any harassment of former teammate Curtis Lofton, now a linebacker with New Orleans, before last Sundays 31-27 loss was done in good nature.
Saints linebacker Scott Shanle, who was inactive for the game, accused the Falcons of trash-talking with Lofton and interfering with Saints pregame drills, according to a Yahoo! Sports...
We all remember Ray Edwards making his only memorable non-punching play of the year by tackling Chris Ivory by his long dreadlocks. At that point I believe most people said, "Wow, I forgot Ray Edwards was still a Falcon."
Well his disappointing 18 months as a Falcon is over as Jay Glazer reported, later confirmed by the Falcons, that Ray Edwards has been released...
After losing their first game of the season to the New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White blamed his own team for the loss (Credit: AP Photo)
Last week, Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White said he believed his team had the pedigree to go undefeated this season. The Falcon’s receiver also said he hates everything about New Orleans and the Saints. After...
Glazer: Falcons release veteran DE Ray Edwards
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, the Atlanta Falcons have released defensive end Ray Edwards.
Falcons are making a surprise move and releasing DE Ray Edwards, a big free agent pickup couple of years ago
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) November 13, 2012
Edwards signed with the Falcons during the 2011 offseason and has only recorded 3.5 sacks in 25 games with the Falcons. It was...
Arizona at Atlanta Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Georgia Dome, Atlanta - TV: FOX; DirecTV: 704 *TV announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa *Keys to the game: Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton admits he has called a more conservative game plan during the first half of games as he keeps field position in mind. But with Arizona's offense struggling to score...
Just when I think I have this league figured out, the Bengals upset the Giants, the Chiefs catch the Steelers off guard and we get a tie game. What is happening? Major shifts for some this week. Atlanta Falcons (8-1) [No Change] – Okay, so they can’t go undefeated. Look, a loss to a divisional The post No Coast NFL Power Rankings — Week 11 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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