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The 2006 Atlanta Falcons season was the franchise's 41st in the National Football League (NFL). The team attempted to improve on their 8–8 record in 2005.

2006 Atlanta Falcons season
Atlanta Falcons wordmark.svg
Head coachJim Mora
General managerRich McKay
OwnerArthur Blank
Home fieldGeorgia Dome
Results
Record7–9
Division place3rd NFC South
Playoff finishdid not qualify
Pro BowlersTE Alge Crumpler
CB DeAngelo Hall
Falcons players at Washington on December 3

Falcons quarterback Michael Vick became the first quarterback in modern NFL history to rush for over 1,000 yards, with 1,039.[1] Running back Warrick Dunn rushed for 1,140 yards, making the 2006 Falcons only the fourth team in the history of the NFL and AFL (1920–Present) to have two 1,000-yard rushers.[note 1] The Falcons are, however, the only team[note 2] to have multiple 1,000-yard rushers and finish the season with a losing record.

This was the end of the Michael Vick era in Atlanta as his dog fighting case led to his departure from the team the following season.

Contents

OffseasonEdit

NFL DraftEdit

2006 Atlanta Falcons draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
2 37 Jimmy Williams  Cornerback Virginia Tech
3 79 Jerious Norwood  Running back Mississippi State
5 139 Quinn Ojinnaka  Guard Syracuse
6 184 Adam Jennings  Wide receiver Fresno State
7 223 D. J. Shockley  Quarterback Georgia
      Made roster  

[2]

StaffEdit

2006 Atlanta Falcons staff
Front office

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches

Special teams coaches

Strength and conditioning

RosterEdit

2006 Atlanta Falcons final roster
Quarterbacks

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen

Linebackers

Defensive backs

Special teams

Reserve lists


Practice squad


Rookies in italics
53 Active, 11 Inactive, 8 Practice squad

ScheduleEdit

In the 2006 regular season, the Falcons’ non-divisional, conference opponents were primarily from the NFC East, although they also played the Detroit Lions from the NFC North, and the Arizona Cardinals from the NFC West. Their non-conference opponents were from the AFC North.

Week Date Opponent Results Game site Attendance
Final score Team record
1 September 10 at Carolina Panthers W 20–6 1–0 Bank of America Stadium
73,522
2 September 17 Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 14–3 2–0 Georgia Dome
70,828
3 September 25 at New Orleans Saints L 3–23 2–1 Louisiana Superdome
70,003
4 October 1 Arizona Cardinals W 32–10 3–1 Georgia Dome
68,891
5 Bye
6 October 15 New York Giants L 14–27 3–2 Georgia Dome
70,840
7 October 22 Pittsburgh Steelers W 41–38 (OT) 4–2 Georgia Dome
71,151
8 October 29 at Cincinnati Bengals W 29–27 5–2 Paul Brown Stadium
65,978
9 November 5 at Detroit Lions L 14–30 5–3 Ford Field
60,987
10 November 12 Cleveland Browns L 13–17 5–4 Georgia Dome
70,793
11 November 19 at Baltimore Ravens L 10–24 5–5 M&T Bank Stadium
70,790
12 November 26 New Orleans Saints L 13–31 5–6 Georgia Dome
70,933
13 December 3 at Washington Redskins W 24–14 6–6 FedExField
86,436
14 December 10 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 17–6 7–6 Raymond James Stadium
65,691
15 December 16 Dallas Cowboys L 28–38 7–7 Georgia Dome
71,102
16 December 24 Carolina Panthers L 3–10 7–8 Georgia Dome
68,834
17 December 31 at Philadelphia Eagles L 17–24 7–9 Lincoln Financial Field
69,341

StandingsEdit

NFC South
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(2) New Orleans Saints 10 6 0 .625 4–2 9–3 413 322 L1
Carolina Panthers 8 8 0 .500 5–1 6–6 270 305 W2
Atlanta Falcons 7 9 0 .438 3–3 5–7 292 328 L3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 12 0 .250 0–6 2–10 211 353 L1

Regular seasonEdit

Week 1: at Carolina PanthersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 3 10 7 0 20
Panthers 3 0 3 0 6

at Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
The Falcons opened the regular season on the road against the Carolina Panthers on September 10. Even though the Panthers scored first, with opposing kicker John Kasay getting a 54-yard field goal, the Falcons responded with a field goal of their own, as kicker Michael Koenen booted a 25-yarder. In the second quarter, the Falcons unleashed their best, as Koenen got a 32-yard field goal and QB Michael Vick completed a 34-yard pass to WR Michael Jenkins. The Panthers tried to respond in the third quarter with Kasay kicking a 46-yard field goal, but Vick and the Falcons put the game away with a 1-yard TD pass to TE Alge Crumpler. Other than Vick having a good game, Warrick Dunn contributed with 132 rushing yards, while Atlanta's newest member, defensive end John Abraham, had 5 tackles, 2 sacks and two forced fumbles.

With the win, the Falcons started the season at 1–0.

Week 2: vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 3 0 0 3
Falcons 7 7 0 0 14

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
The Falcons entered their Week 2 home-opener against another NFC South rival, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The only Atlanta scores of the game came in the first quarter, with a 1-yard TD run on QB Michael Vick's QB sneak. The only other Falcons score came in the second quarter, with RB Fred McCrary getting a 4-yard TD run. The Buccaneers only score of the game came in the second quarter, with opposing kicker Matt Bryant kicking a 22-yard field goal. The ground game made short work of the Tampa Defense, with Michael Vick and Warrick Dunn combining for 261 rushing yards. Rookie running back Jerious Norwood added 45 more rushing yards to the Falcon's total.[3] The Falcons set a new franchise record for rushing yards in a game with 306.[4] On the other side of the ball, the Falcons defense shut down the Tampa offense, with DeAngelo Hall picking off two passes and Jason Webster picking off one. Also, they held Tampa Bay RB Carnell "Cadillac" Williams to just 37 yards on 15 carries. Special teams struggled as kicker Michael Koenen missed three field goals and had one blocked, making him 2/8 so far this season.

With the win, the Falcons improved to 2–0.

Week 3: at New Orleans SaintsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 3 0 0 0 3
Saints 14 6 3 0 23

at the Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
Following two-straight wins over two division opponents (the Bucs and the Panthers), the Falcons flew to the Louisiana Superdome to take on the New Orleans Saints, who were playing in the Superdome for the first time since December 2004 due to Hurricane Katrina, for an NFC South match-up on Monday Night. From the get-go the Falcons trailed, when they had a punt blocked by Saints safety Steve Gleason and DB Curtis Deloatch landed on the ball in the end zone for the touchdown. The Falcons responded as kicker Morten Andersen kicked a 26-yard field goal. That was their only score of the night, as WR Devery Henderson ran for an 11-yard TD on a reverse. Then, Saints kicker John Carney provided the remaining points for the New Orleans, with two field goals in the second quarter (a 37-yarder and a 51-yarder) and one field goal in the third (a 20-yarder). The Falcons fell to 2–1. QB Michael Vick was sacked five times, while he and RB Warrick Dunn combined for only 101 rushing yards.

Week 4: vs. Arizona CardinalsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Cardinals 3 7 0 0 10
Falcons 6 6 10 10 32

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
Coming into this game, the Falcons were (once again) the number one rushing team in the NFL. Against the hapless Arizona Cardinals, QB Mike Vick and RB Jerious Norwood both ran for over 100 yards each, making the Falcons the only NFL team in history to have a quarterback and running back run for 100+ yards in a game twice in a franchise's history. (Vick and RB Warrick Dunn both surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark in Week 2). Jerious Norwood also set a new franchise record for the longest run in team history with a 78-yard touchdown.[5] Atlanta's victory was led by their defense and they ended Kurt Warner’s undefeated streak at the Georgia Dome. Warner was promptly benched because of his sub-par play; Patrick Kerney’s two sacks didn't help his cause either. Matt Leinart played in his first NFL game as a rookie. Even with Arizona's adjustments, the Falcons managed to rebound and held on to win 32–10. Atlanta entered its bye week at 3–1.

Week 6: vs. New York GiantsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Giants 0 3 14 10 27
Falcons 0 7 7 0 14

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia

 
Michael Vick (among other players) on the sidelines during week 6

Coming off their Bye Week, the Falcons lost their second game of the season against the New York Giants.

A defensive battle early in the game, the first quarter went scoreless. The Giants got on the board first when former Falcons kicker Jay Feely connected on a 21-yard field goal midway through the second quarter. The Falcons responded when quarterback Michael Vick scored on a 22-yard rushing touchdown to take a 7–3 halftime lead. Falcons running back Warrick Dunn opened the second half in a big way, scoring on a franchise record 90-yard touchdown run. That was all the Falcons had left as the Giants proceeded to score 24 unanswered points to take control of the game when many of the Falcons' vaunted defensive starters had to leave the game due to injury. Quarterback Eli Manning hit tight end Jeremy Shockey twice for touchdowns in the second half, and backup running back Brandon Jacobs ran one in. Giants running back Tiki Barber rushed for a season high 185 yards, and Feely added another field goal.

With the loss, the Falcons fell to 3–2.

Week 7: vs. Pittsburgh SteelersEdit

1 2 3 4 OT Total
Steelers 10 14 7 7 0 38
Falcons 7 14 14 3 3 41

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
The Falcons welcomed the defending Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers to town. The Falcons beat the Steelers in overtime, 41–38. The Falcons recovered a Steelers fumble after they punted to start the game. On the next play Michael Vick hit Alge Crumpler for a 22-yard touchdown pass. It was the first in a career-high four touchdown pass game for Vick. After Steelers’ kicker Jeff Reed kicked a 28-yard, the Steelers’ defense held and forced the Falcons to give up the ball again when Steelers' safety Troy Polamalu intercepted Vick. Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hit Georgia native and Steelers’ receiver Hines Ward for an 11-yard touchdown pass to give the Steelers a 10–7 lead after one quarter of play. On the next Steelers’ drive, Roethlisberger found Heath Miller for a 1-yard touchdown pass to give the Steelers a 17–7 lead. The Steelers then fumbled on the first play of their following drive and the Falcons took over. Six plays later Vick found Crumpler again, this time for a 3-yard touchdown pass to cut the Steelers’ lead to 17–14. The teams exchanged touchdowns and the Steelers led at halftime, 24–21. The first score of the second half came after another Steelers fumble when Warrick Dunn scored on a 3-yard touchdown run to put the Falcons ahead for the second time in the game, 28–24. Steelers' backup quarterback Charlie Batch, who came in for an injured Roethlisberger, hit Ward for a 70-yard touchdown pass to give the Steelers a 31–28 lead. The Falcons answered when Vick found Crumpler for a third time in the game with a 31-yard touchdown pass that put the Falcons ahead, 35–31. After the Falcons' Morten Andersen kicked a 25-yard field goal to give the Falcons a 38–31 lead, the Steelers came back again with a Batch 17-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 38 and force overtime. In overtime the Falcons won the coin toss. Falcons' kicker Morten Andersen, after an 11-play 65-yard drive, put the capper on the game with a 32-yard field goal to give the Falcons an overtime victory over the Steelers as the team improved to 4–2.

Week 8: at Cincinnati BengalsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 6 7 13 3 29
Bengals 7 10 3 7 27

at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
In Week 8, the Falcons traveled to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati to take on the Bengals. The star of the game was QB Michael Vick. Vick had the second best game of his career with a quarterback rating of 140.6, and passed for a season high 291 yards and touchdowns to Alge Crumpler, Michael Jenkins and Justin Griffith. The Falcons were down early to the Bengals 14–6, but were leading 29–20 with 7 minutes remaining. A late touchdown to the Bengals set up a thrilling finish to the match, with Atlanta's defence proving too tough for Cincinnati, sacking Bengals’ QB Carson Palmer to seal the match as the team's comeback win improved the team to 5–2.

Week 9: at Detroit LionsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 7 7 0 0 14
Lions 10 7 3 10 30

at Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
Coming off an impressive road performance against the Bengals, the Falcons flew to Ford Field for Week 9 as they took on the Detroit Lions. Atlanta fell behind early, as Lions kicker Jason Hanson kicked a 28-yard field goal, followed up by a 35-yard TD run by RB Kevin Jones. The Falcons scored on QB Michael Vick’s 19-yard TD pass to TE Alge Crumpler. In the second quarter, Jones scored another touchdown on a 2-yard run, while Atlanta RB Warrick Dunn scored on a 1-yard TD run. In the third quarter, Hanson kicked a 19-yard field goal for the Lions with the only score of the period. In the fourth quarter, the Falcons fell as QB Jon Kitna completed a 60-yard TD pass to WR Roy Williams and Hanson kicked a 36-yard field goal to end the game in favor of Detroit. With the loss, the Falcons fell to 5–3.

Week 10: vs. Cleveland BrownsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 7 7 0 3 17
Falcons 0 3 7 3 13

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
It wasn't any easier for the Falcons hosting the Browns. Another below .500 opponent against whom the Falcons were favored to win and get back on track, the team's offense was stifled and had its production limited by the hard fighting defense of the Browns. After a battle of field position in which the Browns generally won, they decided to go for it on a 4th and 1 inside the 5-yard line of Falcons territory. After getting the touchdown from their running back, the Browns scored again on a slant rout to their receiver once again burning the Falcons secondary and were ahead 14–0. The Falcons could only manage to score a field goal before half-time, and even this field goal was preceded by wacky play of laterals by the Falcons failing to find the endzone. Nevertheless, the Falcons managed to score a touchdown via Michael Jenkins diving in the endzone, and it seemed Atlanta could make a stand. However, the Falcons did not get a call for a safety, and on the next drive the Browns scored another field goal. With a chance to go for the winning touchdown on the two-minute offense thanks to Roddy White's leaping catch, the Falcons threaten deep inside Browns territory. However, a weary Michael Vick, unable to find open receivers, soon tried to make the play for himself and scrambled, but held the ball loosely like in the Lions game. Without being hit, Vick fumbled the ball bouncing twice into his chest, and the ball popped loose to the Browns, ending the Falcons’ chance for a victory.

Week 11: at Baltimore RavensEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 7 0 3 0 10
Ravens 0 0 17 7 24

at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
The Falcons traveled to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to take on the Ravens only to succumb to the AFC North leader. At the start of the game Falcons jumped out a 7–0 lead. Michael Vick completed a 12-yard pass to WR Michael Jenkins for a touchdown, but the Ravens used the kick/punt returning of B.J. Sams to pick up an impressive 212 yards on six carries and dominate the second half. Michael Vick had six carries also, but could not gain sufficient yards against the sturdy Raven defense. Vick was also sacked a total of five times. The Falcons managed to kick a field goal to move the score to 10–17 during the second half, but RB Jamal Lewis ran 5 yards for one more touchdown, which made the score 10–24. Lewis finished with a 91-yard, 3-TD performance, ending his 35-game multi-TD drought. Michael Vick had 6 carries for 54 yards and completed 11 out of 21 passes for 127 yards. The Falcons dropped to a disappointing record of 5–5 and suffered their third consecutive loss.

Week 12: vs. New Orleans SaintsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Saints 14 7 0 10 31
Falcons 3 3 7 0 13

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
Trying to end a three-game skid, the Falcons returned home for an NFC South rematch with the New Orleans Saints. From the get-go, the Falcons trailed as in the first quarter, QB Drew Brees completed a 76-yard TD pass to WR Devery Henderson, while RB Deuce McAllister got a 1-yard TD run. Atlanta responded with kicker Morten Andersen kicking a 22-yard field goal. In the second quarter, Andersen gave the Falcons a 30-yard field goal, yet New Orleans continued dominating with Brees completing an incredible 48-yard TD pass to WR Terrance Copper on the very last offensive play of the half. In the third quarter, RB Warrick Dunn gave Atlanta some room to operate, as he a 1-yard TD run for the only score of the half. However, in the fourth quarter, the Saints wrapped up the game with kicker John Carney getting a 25-yard field goal, while McAllister got a 9-yard TD run. After the game, as QB Michael Vick was leaving the field, he flicked off an insulting fan with both hands. He was fined $10,000 from the NFL and had to donate another $10,000 to charity.[6] With their fourth-straight loss, the Falcons fell to 5–6.

 
Atlanta battles Santana Moss in week 13

Week 13: at Washington RedskinsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 0 10 7 7 24
Redskins 14 0 0 0 14

at FedExField, Landover, Maryland
The Falcons visited FedExField in Landover, Maryland and defeated the Washington Redskins, ending a four-game losing skid. In the first quarter, the Redskins started strong with two touchdowns on their first two possessions. The first coming off an 8-yard TD run by RB Ladell Betts, and the second with QB Jason Campbell completing a 42-yard TD pass to WR Santana Moss. In the second quarter, the Falcons got on the board with a 34-yard field goal by kicker Morten Andersen and QB Michael Vick's 16-yard TD pass to TE Alge Crumpler. In the third quarter, Atlanta finally gained the lead when Vick connected with WR Michael Jenkins for a 22-yard TD pass. In the fourth quarter, the Falcons sealed the win with RB Jerious Norwood's 69-yard touchdown run. With the victory, Atlanta improved to 6–6.

Week 14: at Tampa Bay BuccaneersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 0 0 14 3 17
Buccaneers 3 3 0 0 6

at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
The Falcons traveled to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on December 10 and squared off in an NFC South rematch against their division rival, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Their victory completed a season sweep. The first quarter started off with the Falcons punting away on their first possession. The Bucs then came back with a 10-play drive that resulted in a 42-yard field goal by kicker Matt Bryant. The second quarter saw Tampa Bay scoring another Bryant FG after a 12-play drive. In the third quarter, Atlanta scored their first points of the game off a 54-yard fumble return by OLB Demorrio Williams. The fumble occurred after Tampa QB Bruce Gradkowski lost the ball upon being sacked by Falcons DE John Abraham. Later in the same quarter, the Falcons went on to score another touchdown after a 21-yard run up the middle by FB Justin Griffith that completed a 9-play drive. Finally, in the fourth quarter, Atlanta sealed the game victory after picking up a field goal by kicker Morten Andersen that followed another Tampa Bay fumble by RB Carnell "Cadillac" Williams. Atlanta picked up its second win in a row, raising their record to 7–6.

Week 15: vs. Dallas CowboysEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 7 14 10 7 38
Falcons 0 21 7 0 28

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
Coming off their season-sweep in Tampa over the Buccaneers, the Falcons went home for a crucial Saturday night fight with the Dallas Cowboys. In the first quarter, Atlanta trailed early with Cowboys QB Tony Romo completing a 7-yard TD pass to WR Terrell Owens for the only score of the period. In the second quarter, Dallas’ lead increased with OLB returning an interception 41 yards for a touchdown on the very first play of the period. The Falcons fought back with QB Michael Vick throwing a 1-yard TD pass to FB Justin Griffith and a 9-yard TD pass to WR Michael Jenkins. It was after the second touchdown that an NFL record was set. After kicker Morten Andersen's extra point, he became the league's all-time leading scorer with 2,435 points. His total after the game was 2,437 points.

After Atlanta's second score of the game, the Cowboys jumped back into action, with Romo completing a 51-yard TD pass to Owens. The Falcons managed to tie the game going into halftime with Vick's 8-yard TD pass to WR Ashley Lelie. In the third quarter, Atlanta took the lead with Vick's 5-yard TD pass to Griffith. However, the joy was short-lived as Dallas took over for the rest of the game with kicker Martin Gramatica’s 48-yard field goal and RB Marion Barber’s 9-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, the Cowboys wrapped up the game with Barber's 3-yard TD run. With the loss, the Falcons fell to 7–7.

Along with Andersen’s record-setting night, Vick also managed to set a record for the most single-season rushing yards by a quarterback with 934 yards at game’s end, although he would play in only one more game. The entire Falcon rushing corps also broke the single-season rushing record that they set two seasons ago (which was 2,672) with a new record of 2,697 yards.

Week 16: vs. Carolina PanthersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Panthers 0 10 0 0 10
Falcons 3 0 0 0 3

at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
Hoping to rebound from their Saturday night loss to the Cowboys and keep any playoff hope alive, the Falcons stayed at home for Christmas Eve as they played an NFC South grudge match with the Carolina Panthers. In the first quarter, Atlanta struck first with kicker Morten Andersen nailing a 40-yard field goal for the only score of the period. However, in the second quarter, the Panthers took the lead and won with QB Chris Weinke completing a 1-yard TD pass to TE Jeff King and kicker John Kasay completing a 42-yard field goal. Afterwards, defense ruled the game and the Falcons ended up on the losing end. QB Michael Vick ended up with a dismal 9/20 for 109 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions, yet he became the first quarterback in NFL history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season before being suspended for the next two years. This was the last time Vick wore a Falcon uniform.[7]

Atlanta fell to 7–8 and also fell out of the playoff race with the New York Giants’ Week 17 Saturday night win over the Washington Redskins.

Week 17: at Philadelphia EaglesEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 7 3 0 7 17
Eagles 10 7 0 7 24

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Trying to end their season on a positive note, the Falcons flew to Lincoln Financial Field for a Week 17 intraconference fight with the playoff-bound Philadelphia Eagles. In the first quarter, the Eagles drew first blood as kicker David Akers nailed a 41-yard field goal. Afterwards, Atlanta took the lead with QB Matt Schaub who started due to Michael Vicks pending suspension completed a 7-yard TD pass to RB Warrick Dunn. However, Philadelphia flew back into the lead with back-up QB A. J. Feeley completing a 14-yard TD pass to TE Matt Schobel. In the second quarter, the Falcons tied the game with kicker Morten Andersen nailing a 45-yard field goal. However, the Eagles responded with Feeley completing a 5-yard TD pass to WR Jason Avant. After a scoreless third quarter, Atlanta responded in the fourth quarter with back-up QB Schaub completing a 9-yard TD pass to TE Alge Crumpler. However, Philadelphia wrapped up the game via Feeley completing an 89-yard touchdown pass to WR Hank Baskett. With the loss, the Falcons ended their season at 7–9.

In the aftermath, Jim Mora, Jr. ended up getting fired on New Year's Day, ending his three-year tenure as head coach.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Previous teams: 1972 Dolphins, 1976 Steelers, 1985 Browns
  2. ^ as of 2011

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pro-Football-Reference.com: For single seasons, from 1920 to 2011, played QB, sorted by descending Rushing Yds.
  2. ^ "2006 Atlanta Falcons Draftees". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
  3. ^ "Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons – September 17th, 2006 | Pro-Football-Reference.com". Archived from the original on 2009-09-04. Retrieved 2009-08-31.
  4. ^ https://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/games/2006-09-17-buccaneers-falcons_x.htm
  5. ^ "Atlanta Falcons Career Rushing Register | Pro-Football-Reference.com". Archived from the original on 2009-09-04. Retrieved 2009-08-31.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-12-02. Retrieved 2006-11-30.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-01-01. Retrieved 2006-12-31.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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