Highlights from Falcons, Patriots on Opening Night

While the Patriots are hoping to win their fifth Super Bowl under Bill Belichick, it’s not like the Falcons plan to make it easy.

The Falcons made one thing clear during Monday’s Super Bowl Opening Night: They’re Rg3 Cheap Jerseys not simply happy to be there. While most of the Falcons players are in the Super Bowl for the first time, they haven’t yet celebrated their NFC championship.

There won’t be any celebrating until after we win the Super Bowl, third-year running back Devonta Freeman said at Minute Maid Park.

Chris Jones, DE, Chiefs: Nose tackle Dontari Poe gets all the press because of his fat-guy scoring as a runner and passer. But Jones, a rookie second-rounder, is throwing down as a force against the run and is a budding interior pass rusher. He’s been superb flanking Poe and their three-man front rotation Tom Brady Cheap Jerseys since being elevated to a starter in Week 7.

Kiko Alonso, MLB, Dolphins: After that unforgettable time as a misfit in Philadelphia, he’s fully healthy and rangy again like he was a rookie in Buffalo. He’s fought through his own injuries and has had to cover more ground and make more plays with outside linebacker Jelani Jenkins missing some time. Defensive coordinator Vance Joseph consistently puts him in position to finish.

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