Atlanta Falcons 2009 Preview

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Published: July 13, 2009

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2008 Summary:
Entering 2008, the Falcons figured to be in rebuilding mode. They were fresh off a horrifying 2007 season that saw the cornerstone of their franchise be imprisoned for dog fighting; a rotation at quarterback that featured Joey Harrington, Byron Leftwich, and Chris Redman at the helm; and if that weren't fun enough, their head coach quit on them in the middle of the season to head back to the college ranks.

So it was easy to see why no one expected much of anything from the Falcons in 2008.

But what a difference a great offseason can make.

The draft brought the Falcons a franchise quarterback in Matt Ryan, along with a solid offensive tackle Sam Baker, linebacker Curtis Lofton, and wide receiver Harry Douglas. Free agency brought them running back Michael Turner, who had played primarily in the shadows of perennial All-Pro LaDainian Tomlinson, and...

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