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Preview: St. Louis at Atlanta

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St. Louis:

Daryl Richardson- Foot- Probable


Roddy White- Ankle-Questionable

Julio Jones-Knee-Questionable

The Rams:

I don't just like Sam Bradford because I own him, I really feel like he is on the cusp of being a weekly start. He faces a Falcons defense that just saw the Saints so judging the defense against an elite passing game isn't fair. So we'll just say Bradford will throw for 300 yards and a couple of scores.

The story of week one in the receiving game was tight end Jared Cook who scored twice and had a third touchdown taken away after being caught from behind. He'll score again this week and eclipse 100 yards.

Tavon Austin will continue his growth and see around 90 yards. Chris Givens will pull in four to five catches for 72 yards and a score.

Daryl Richardson saw 90+ combo yards last week and he'll do it again this week.

I don't like either Greg Zuerlein or the Rams DST to start.

The Falcons:

Matt Ryan is an every week start and will produce despite not having a healthy compliment of receivers. Ryan should throw for around 227 yards and a pair of scores.

One of the touchdowns will go to Julio Jones who will eclipse 100 yards as well. Harry Douglas will collect the other Ryan score as he continues to play solid as Roddy White continues to nurse an ankle sprain.

White will play, but will have limited production once again. His owners should heed his tweet.

Tony Gonzalez is our third ranked tight end this week and will be productive once again against the Rams.

Kicker Matt Bryant is a must start this week and will net double digit points. The defense is startable as well.

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