Falcons vs. Eagles | Week 1 NFL Game Pass Condensed Game of the Week



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45 thoughts on “Falcons vs. Eagles | Week 1 NFL Game Pass Condensed Game of the Week

  1. JHOT247

    JESUS CHRIST YOU SEE IT AFTER THE PLAYS EVEN THE EAGLES D LINE IS RELENTLESS THEY ARE MEN AMONG BOYS THE EAGLES D LINE HAS THE MOST ALPHA MEN IN THE NFL, GRAHAM, COX, BENNETT, BARNETT, LONG, NGATA, THEY MAKE THE RAVENS LINEBACKERS OF LEWIS AND SUGGS LOOK LIKE BALLERINAS

  2. BorderCity Bandit

    It kills me every year that after 2 teams play the 1st damn Game of the season, people are ready to claim Superbowl winners and Losers, when yall clearly are bypassing the other teams who haven't played yet, Pump the Brakes Eagles Fan's yall aint there yet and Falcons it was just the 1st Game. how's about we let the season play out at least halfway ,before Crowning Superbowl champs,DAMN!!!!

  3. Adrian

    How can I watch games if I don't live in USA, cuz game pass here in Romania is several times more expensive because currencies and it is not worth it as Imma just watch lions' games so just 1 every week. And also not live cuz times vary a lot from US to here.
    Do you know if nflreplays .net upload them very quickly?

  4. Emmanuel Edouarzin

    If you want to know why the Falcons offense is underperforming, watch 21:42 then pause it at 21:45. This is Matt Ryan in a nutshell. For whatever reason, instead of 'climbing' the pocket and staying in a QB stance (Brady/Brees), he flees at the first sign of danger. Also, look how low he drops the ball while fleeing the pocket. He is in no position to make a quick throw. Now you can argue that #67 is being bull-rushed into him, but the defender is technically still being blocked, buying Ryan more than enough time to step to a safer part of an otherwise pretty clean pocket. If Ryan steps up towards the right, he finds an open Sanu (21:46) for the first down (not to mention Coleman #26, who is running a fly route & has a step on the defender). This is why the Falcons receivers get criticized so much for 'not getting open'. Ryan simply does not give them a chance to, which is why he just forces it to Julio, open or not. Say what you want about the offensive line but they give Ryan more than enough time to improvise in the pocket & buy himself more time to make a throw. If the line isn't absolutely perfect, we blame the them yet don't criticize Ryan's lack of footwork in the pocket. If receivers drop one pass, we blame them but fail to mention Ryan's habit of throwing inaccurate passes that force the receivers to contort their bodies to make the catch. If the offense fails to score in the redzone, we blame the offensive coordinator but fail to mention the fact that at this point in his career, Matt Ryan should be able to audible into something better in these crucial situations. When you're faced with 1st & goal at the end of the game & FAIL TO GET EVEN 1 OUT OF 5 THROWS (extra down because of penalty) INTO THE ENDZONE, then I'm sorry but the blame goes on the QB. Matt Ryan is the person holding the Falcons offense back. P.S. I'm a Falcons fan & have watched every Falcons game since 2004.

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