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Falcons want Steven Jackson to get more touches

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04:27 PM ET 11.13 | The Atlanta Falcons' ground game is struggling, with their 64.3 yard per game is the worst mark in the league. Against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, the Falcons managed to get 64 yards rushing, and offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter thinks that means feeding the ball to Steven Jackson. Jackson gained just 11 yards on nine carries on Sunday. His 3.2 yards per carry this season is currently a career low but he has missed multiple games with a hamstring injury.

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November 13, 2013  11:36 PM ET

I want more touches but my wife has been moody lately.

November 13, 2013  11:52 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

I want more touches but my wife has been moody lately.

Tee Hee.

November 14, 2013  02:53 AM ET

That roster is too talented for the production they've had, even considering the training table.

Shake up that playbook.

November 14, 2013  05:34 AM ET

Is more touches a wise move for someone with hamstrung problems.

November 14, 2013  06:28 AM ET

You mean when Julio and White went down they STILL didn't run the ball yo ?

November 14, 2013  10:29 AM ET

"Falcons want Steven Jackson to get more touches"

Penn State wanted the same thing for Jerry Sandusky.

 
November 14, 2013  12:33 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

"Falcons want Steven Jackson to get more touches" Penn State wanted the same thing for Jerry Sandusky.

I'm pretty sure Penn St wanted to take the balls out of Sandusky's hand.

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