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We got a Ravens take earlier so we head out to Denver for a Bronco’s perspective from Andy Lindahl, reporter and host on 850 AM, the Broncos Radio Network. . . .
With a quarter of the season still left to play, the seeding in the NFL Playoffs has started to take shape. Atlanta has guaranteed at least one home game but of course is looking for the number one seed in the NFC.
If NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell thought he was being criticized about the replacement officials before the Broncos/Falcons Monday Night Football game, just wait until later this week. If this game isn’t the last game with the replacement referees, Goodell needs prepare for an unheard of level of backlash.
Tackle Tyson Clabo is listed as questionable, and would be a key matchup against Broncos rookie defensive end Derek Wolfe as well as go against linebacker Von Miller if he blitzes Matt Ryan. Although not injured, Atlanta’s left tackle Sam Baker would matchup against Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil. Coach Mike Smith knows that slowing down Miller and Dumervil will be critical for an Atlanta victory. Miller is the reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year and Dumervil led the NFL in sacks several years ago. If Clabo sits, it could expose Ryan.
Peyton Manning may be new in the Denver Broncos organization, but that doesn’t mean he’s new to the Atlanta Falcons players or coaches.
If Atlanta is to come away victorious on Monday, they need to make the most of their offensive possessions. “You definitely want to take advantage of the ball when you have it,” said Smith. “You don’t want to end a drive with a turnover and lose a possession…if they’re playing efficiently and moving the football you may have to match them drive for drive. That’s the beauty of the game.”
A look at what the Falcons’ opening game victory against the Chiefs says about the team this 2012 season.
Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.