Falcons’ playtime percentage chart vs. Cowboys

The Atlanta Falcons defenses makes a big stop on Cowboys running back Phillip Tanner on third down forcing Dallas to punt on fourth down in the final minutes of the first half at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. The Falcons drove for a field goal after the play to tie the game 6-6 at the half. CURTIS COMPTON / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM

The Atlanta Falcons defenses makes a big stop on Cowboys running back Phillip Tanner on third down forcing Dallas to punt on fourth down in the final minutes of the first half at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. The Falcons drove for a field goal after the play to tie the game 6-6 at the half. CURTIS COMPTON / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM

Atlanta Falcons Playtime Percentage vs. Dallas Cowboys

(Percent of playtime per player on offense, defense and special teams)

Player Offense  Special Teams

T Clabo T 67 100%       7 26%

J Blalock G 67 100%    7 26%

S Baker T 67 100%     7 26%

P Konz G 67 100%       7 26%

M Ryan QB 67 100%

T McClure C 67 100%

R White WR 66 99%

T Gonzalez TE 62 93%

J Jones WR 61 91% 1 2%

M Turner RB 36 54%

H Douglas WR 34 51%

J Rodgers RB 25 37%         7 26%

L Polite FB 20 30%             2 7%

J Snelling RB 11 16%          11 41%

M Palmer TE 11 16%          9 33%

T Gallarda TE 6 9%           18 67%

M Johnson G 2 3%             11 41%

D Davis WR 1 1%                 7 26%

Player Defense   Special teams

T DeCoud FS 57 100%       9 33%

A Dent LB 57 100%            6 22%

S Nicholas LB 57 100%      6 22%

W Moore SS 57 100%        4 15%

D Robinson CB 57 100%

A Samuel CB 52 91%

J Babineaux DT 51 89%       3 11%

V Walker DT 43 75%            6 22%

J Abraham DE 42 74%

R McClain CB 41 72%         18 67%

C Peters DT 36 63%

K Biermann DE 29 51%      18 67%

P Jerry DT 18 32%                 3 11%

M Peterson LB 16 28%          6 22%

R Edwards DE 10 18%           4 15%

C Owens CB 3 5%                 20 74%

A Smith RB                            16 59%

R James LB                           14 52%

M Bosher P                           14 52%

C Hope SS                             11 41%

J Harris LS                            9 33%

C Mitchell FS                        8 30%

M Bryant K                            7 26%

J Hawley C                            7 26%

D Franks CB                          5 19%

L Sidbury DE                         5 19%

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Yeahsure

November 5th, 2012
12:52 pm

Konz getting it done! A lot of the runs were towards his side last night. Now only if we can get Holmes in there.

Congrats to Biermann for taking Rays spot. Props to McClain as well.

Yeahsure

November 5th, 2012
12:55 pm

Hoping that Ewing is healing up ok. Polite cant block or catch.

Oh yeah, Dent filled in pretty well. Besides some shoddy tackling, but the entire defense is guilty of that.

Falcon James

November 5th, 2012
1:35 pm

The whole first half was pretty bad. Couldn’t run, couldn’t block, couldn’t catch. On Defense, couldn’t tackle and Dunta…….well all know what Dunta capable of.

But in the second half….. Noland and Koeter are incredible and the player executed. Great game by a great team!

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#93 = Dollar bills on fire

November 5th, 2012
2:24 pm

Nice to see Ray Edwards making a difference. Sidbury isn’t touching the field either. I’m guessing the D-line will be the emphasis come next April.

Sick & Tired Of Being Sick & Tired

November 5th, 2012
3:02 pm

Both Falcons’ lines, O-Line and the D-Line, need to be the focus during the draft. Did you notice the difference in the size of the Dallas O-Line and D-Line players? I do believe that might be the reason that the lines struggle. We need more beef on both lines, e.g., Lamar Holmes, etc.

Based on Ray Edwards’ playing time, it appears that he won’t be around next year unless he can turn it around for the last half of the season.

Esquire

November 5th, 2012
4:17 pm

Just Sayin…..
October 31st, 2012
3:37 pm

Dallas has some big receivers.
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Not as big as ours!!

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miotch

November 5th, 2012
4:32 pm

full-time salary at biggest paper in the city, blog covering billion dollary industry:
less formatting effort than if i had taken a dump into spread sheet, except without the spread sheet.

the energy saved in publishing this data, without a moment to organize them into a coherent, legible format, to the paper’s falcons blog isn’t worth the hit to the oh-so tenuous veneer of professionalism that ought to appear around this falcons blog.

please, either do a GREAT JOB, or don’t bother. (apparently there is no management or quality control at the AJC, that’s been outsourced to complaining readers)

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AlanFalcon

November 5th, 2012
5:36 pm

Ray Edwards has been a complete bust as a Falcon, the rest of the teams needs to ride him into the ground until he shows up !!

torgo

November 5th, 2012
7:38 pm

Stephen Nicholas was out for the Raiders game and Sean Weatherspoon was out for this one, yet Robert James didn’t get a single snap on defense. This is in spite of the team having only five total LBs on the roster.

Apparently our coaching staff has little faith in him and is keeping him around purely for special teams work, much like Shann Schillinger the last two seasons.

I’m beginning to suspect that the defensive coaches have quietly been cross-training any or all of Lawrence Sidbury, Jonathan Massaquoi and Cliff Matthews to play linebacker and that one of them might become our next OLB if a second starter got banged up.

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Brian Smyrna

November 6th, 2012
12:28 am

If we can some how figure out how to get consistent pressure on the QB we will be able to beat anybody. There are plenty examples of teams winning the Superbowl with an average defense, but I would feel much better if we could dial up the pressure more.

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