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I wish all of them well, without even knowing who they are.Reports below, but here’s are all the cuts we’ve seen so far.RB Malik Williams (Injury settlement) WR Christian Blake C/G Jamil DouglasG Sean HarlowG Salesi UhatafeT Austin PasztorDE Anthony Winbush DE J’Terius Jones CB Leon McFadden (Injury settlement) S Ron Parker Falcons 2018 roster cuts trackerThe Falcons cut down to a 52 man rosterIt’s official. 2017 preseason standout J’Terius Jones cutJones was one of the most impressive players in camp last season for the Falcons, but he had a much quieter preseason in 2018. He’s got the talent to latch on somewhere, so we’ll see where he lands. Austin Pasztor, Salesi Uhatafe releasedAustin Pasztor is gone, possibly leaving just Ty Sambrailo and Matt Gono on the final roster. Defensive end Anthony Winbush, who had a sack against the Dolphins, is also gone. Guard Salesi Uhatafe, who struggled throughout preseason, also got the axe. Finally, Leon McFadden reached an injury settlement with the Falcons. The team still has a ton of cornerbacks to sift through before 4 p.m. Saturday. Jamil Douglas released, Malik Williams headed for an injury settlement?The Falcons will only be keeping eight or nine linemen, and with Harlow and Jamil Douglas gone, an extra lineman won’t be the guy you expect. Malik Williams, who was impressive last night, may wind up getting an injury settlement, leaving Justin Crawford unchallenged for a practice squad spot or the final spot on the 53 man roster. Sean Harlow set to be cutHarlow was the team’s fourth round pick just a year ago, but he’s already apparently out of Atlanta, per D. Orlando Ledbetter at the AJC. There’s still a chance he’ll return to the practice squad. Team cuts Ron Parker, keep roster at 90Ron Parker announced on his Twitter account that he’s been cut by the Falcons, leaving Jordan Richards as the team’s fourth safety. Parker wasn’t going to get a lot of playing time on defense and offers less on special teams than Richards, and that plus his poor preseason play appears to have doomed him. Falcons trade for Jordan RichardsNo cuts yet, but the Falcons made a trade for safety Jordan Richards official. They’ll give up a conditional seventh rounder for the former second round pick [url=http://www.falconsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-robert-alford-jersey]Robert Alford Jersey[/url] , who is expected to back up Keanu Neal and play special teams. Richards is not an asset in coverage, and thus will be limited to early down work unless injury strikes.By the Numbers stats preview: Falcons vs. Steelers Week 5 is here, and the Falcons are in a really tough spot. Sitting at 1-3, Atlanta’s playoff chances rest on this week’s road matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2-1). Both of these teams are in desperate straits, and both appear to be suffering from the same issues: a defense that is losing them games despite elite offensive production. The winner of this game keeps hope alive—for now—while the loser likely has to re-evaluate their season.Let’s take a closer look at how Atlanta and Pittsburgh matchup statistically on offense and defense heading into Week 5.OFFENSEStatisticFalconsSteelersStatisticFalconsSteelersThe Falcons have been among the NFL’s best offenses in 2018, but that hasn’t translated to many wins thus far. Atlanta is 6th in total points, 7th in total yards, and 4th in yards per play. In the passing game, the team is 6th in yards, 3rd in yards per attempt, and T-8th in passing TDs. On the ground, the Falcons are 21st in yards, T-19th in yards per carry, and T-6th in rushing TDs. Atlanta has been great on third down, converting 48% of their attempts (good for 4th). The team has also protected the football well in 2018, and has a +2 turnover margin through Week 4.Pittsburgh is in a very similar situation to Atlanta: a very good offense that hasn’t been able to overcome a terrible defense. The Steelers are T-11th in total points, 6th in total yards, and 10th in yards per play. Through the air, the team is 3rd in yards, 12th in yards per attempt, and T-11th in passing TDs. In the ground game, Pittsburgh is 29th in yards, T-25th in yards per carry, and T-6th in rushing TDs. The Steelers have really struggled on third down, converting only 31% of their attempts (28th). They’ve also struggled with turnovers, carrying a -2 margin into Week 5.Advantage: FalconsDEFENSEStatisticFalconsSteelersStatisticFalconsSteelersAtlanta’s defense has been an absolute trainwreck outside of Week 1 due to an unprecedented string of injuries. The Falcons are 30th in points allowed, 28th in total yards allowed, and 24th in yards per play. 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Pittsburgh has played well on third down, allowing only 37% of attempts to be converted (13th). They’ve also generated a lot of sacks, with 13 through four weeks (T-4th).Advantage: SteelersAnalysisThis looks like the perfect setup for another shootout. The schedule makers did Atlanta no favors with this early stretch of games, and this injury-ravaged and inexperienced defense has been eviscerated by the likes of Drew Brees and Andy Dalton. Now they get Ben Roethlisberger and the loaded Steelers’ offense on the road. The Falcons’ defense isn’t likely to make much headway in this game, but they’ll have to find a way to make just enough plays to help Atlanta come away with a road win.We can count on Ryan and the offense putting up points against a Pittsburgh defense that is hemorrhaging almost as many points and yards as Atlanta’s. But when you get into these types of back-and-forth shootouts, you learn the cold hard statistical fact that one-score games are often coin flips. The Falcons have come up tails twice in a row now, but that luck should turn around at some point. Will it be on Sunday against the Steelers? If you have any desire to see Atlanta competing in the 2018 playoffs, you’d better hope so.This game really is a coin flip. Both of these teams will be playing for their playoff lives, with the Falcons sitting at 1-3 and the Steelers at 1-2-1. The winner keeps hope alive for at least one more week, while the loser gets an early start to #DraftSzn. I love the draft as much as anyone, but can we put it off for at least a few more weeks? Please, Falcons.Overall Advantage: PushWhat are your thoughts on the matchup between the Falcons and Steelers? Any particular position groups that you’ll be watching closely on Sunday?

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