3 Atlanta Falcons who saw their stock drop in Week 7

FOXBORO, MA - OCTOBER 22: Matt Ryan /
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After their big loss to the Patriots on Sunday Night Football, we look at three Atlanta Falcons who saw their stock take a fall

There could be a lot of names on this list for the Atlanta Falcons, but we will try to narrow it to only three members of the organization that witnesses a dip in their personal stock in the Week 7 loss to the New England Patriots.

In a Super Bowl 51 rematch had been circled on the calendar for months by most fans, the Falcons came out flat and their play was about as ugly as the telecast — although that could be attributed to the dense fog that took over the field of play.

The Patriots thoroughly dominated the Falcons in the Fog Bowl and won by a score of 23-7, with the Falcons only points coming in garbage time. It was a beatdown in all three phases of the game, and here are the members of the team that have some work to do in order to regain the trust of the franchise following a bad outing.

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3. Tevin Coleman, RB

The Falcons have boasted one of the best duos at running back over the past couple of seasons. Devonta Freeman has been the leader of that unit, but Tevin Coleman has done his share of damage — especially as a pass catcher.

On Sunday, he failed in both areas. Not only did he have just 16 yards on six carries, but he also had an ugly drop while the Falcons were still somewhat alive in the game.

Not a good game at all for him.