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Atlanta Falcons

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The Falcons Vic Beasley beat the Packers handily last night but both teams suffered a number of injuries during the game. Atlanta saw three players leave and not return. Right tackle Ryan Schraeder was ruled out with a concussion and defensive tackle Courtney Upshaw left with an ankle issue. Worst of all, the Falcons saw their best pass rusher, outside linebacker Vic Beasley go down with a hamstring injury. Good news: according to Jim Trotter at ESPN, the team does not believe it’s serious and he will undergo more tests today: As of last night, the Falcons didn’t believe Vic Beasley’s hamstring injury was serious. Awaiting further tests today.[@JimTrotter_NFL] Beasley led the NFL in sacks and forced fumbles last season, so losing him for any length of time would obviously be a blow for Atlanta’s defense. However, if we learned anything from last night’s game it’s that the Falcons pass…

Arizona Cardinals

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  At first glance, many rank the secondary of the Arizona Cardinals as one of the best in the league, and comparable to that of the Denver Broncos, whose defensive backs were arguably the key to stopping the Cowboys running game to an extent that we hadn’t seen around these parts in a very long while. Cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety/cornerback Tyrann Mathieu are certainly two of the best in the league at their positions, and they will make things very difficult for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys receivers on Monday night, but what the Cardinals don’t have that the Broncos do is depth in their secondary. On top of arguably the two best cornerbacks in the league in Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr., the latter of whom can apparently double as a safety in spot duty, the Broncos also have an elite third corner in Bradley Roby and…