With only two preseason games left on the schedule, the Atlanta Falcons season less than a month away from starting. Coming off a disappointing season when the Falcons went 7-9, the team is looking for a big bounce back this upcoming season.
The preseason has seemed extra long for the Falcons and their fans with the extra preseason game with the Denver Broncos in the Hall of Fame game. Having to play in two more games feels like a slog trying to get to September 8th for their opening game of the season with the Minnesota Vikings. Another reason for the eagerness to get preseason over with is the Falcons have yet to win a game. Going 0-3 so far, extending their preseason losing streak to 11. That’s not a concern, however. Dan Quinn should have his team ready come opening day.
Like every preseason, questions have arisen regarding different parts of this team. The Falcons offensive line depth, players returning from injury, and coaching. It’s all going to be under a microscope this season when the expectations for the season are playoffs, at the least, or bust. Here are a few questions as we move toward the regular season.