Atlanta Falcons at Lions: Falcons safety William Moore to miss third straight game

DETROIT–Falcons safety William Moore (hamstring) will miss his third consecutive game. Chris Hope is starting in his place.

The rest of Atlanta’s inactives: Dominque Davis, Tim Toone, Phillipkeith Manley, Harland Gunn, Chase Coffman and Cliff Matthews.

Tight end Brandon Pettigrew (ankle) is out for the Lions. Will Heller replaces him in the starting lineup.

The rest of Detroit’s inactives: Kellen Moore, Ron Bartell, Jason Fox, Corey Hilliard, Ogemdi Nwagbuo and Ronnell Lewis.

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Whadda Ya Know?

December 22nd, 2012
7:41 pm

Go Chris!!! I like the way this guy closes on the ball.


December 22nd, 2012
11:42 pm

Great win. Good to be able to rest William one more week.


December 23rd, 2012
12:39 am

hope w moore isn’t hurt worst than what they are saying. going to need him in the playoffs. time to make jac rogers the starter.

bambam neloms

December 23rd, 2012
9:20 am

I have a really good feeling about our chances in the playoffs go falcons.


December 23rd, 2012
10:32 am

What’s wrong with Dom Davis? I must have missed his injury.

Last night’s announcer said Konz wasn’t strong enough to play the guard position against Suh. Will some of you more knowledgeable people tell me what you need at all the OL positions? Hawley also plays guard/center. Is he strong enough or have we wasted 2 draft picks?


December 23rd, 2012
10:46 am

I guess inactives meant practice squad instead of injured for Dom Davis.

Dr. Warren

December 24th, 2012
6:06 am

How can a football nation of millions see that Turner needs to be benched but the men watching the film over and over and making the decisions cannot? Don’t the stats alone tell the tale? How long can they blame Turner’s fecklessness on the offensive line when Ryan performs so well with the same OL? Has Blank weighed in on this? Mike Smith, to me, has always had a tendency to over-think the obvious. Yes, we’re 13-2, but this continual sacrificing of downs and sitting on leads will kill them in the playoffs.