# Atlanta Falcons, Def
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|Fantasy Stats||MFL Player Stats|
|2012 Fantasy Points by Week|
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|Strength of Schedule|
|Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.|
|Week 3 Projections|
|After showing some flashes of improvement last season, the Atlanta Falcons defense has taken a couple of steps backwards. So far in 2016, the Falcons have allowed 27.5 points per game, which ranks 27th in the NFL. They've also notched just 1.0 sack and 1.0 forced turnover. It goes without saying that Atlanta lacks fantasy appeal.|
|1 Sacks, 0 Ints, 0 Fumbles|
|The Atlanta Falcons started out 2015 like lions but finished it like lambs, partly because of a defense that struggled to generate big plays -- the sorts of plays than translate to fantasy points. Still, head coach Dan Quinn, who was hired mainly due to his defensive acumen, told the team's website the Falcons are on the right track. 'Defensively, in terms of the ballhawking mindset and attitude, we're getting closer there, but we're not there yet,' Quinn said. 'Creating turnovers is kind of the next step into that. When you have your scheme just right, the turnovers can come more and more. And affecting the quarterback is a big part of that, because that's oftentimes where the fumbles come. So that's how I think the best way (we can) bridge those two gaps together.' Some new additions in free agency and the draft will help, but this is a unit that's a long way from fantasy relevance.|
No current injury information exists for Atlanta Falcons |
|Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker|