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RB Jacquizz Rodgers - Atlanta Falcons

5-6, 196Born: 2-5-1990College: Oregon St.Drafted: Round 5

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Jacquizz Rodgers has spent his three year career in Atlanta filling the change-of-pace/third-down back duties, at which he is a respectable producer - so far he's accumulated 248/900/4 rushing and 126/931/4 receiving as a Falcon. Last year, serving in Steven Jackson's place for part of the season, Rodgers managed 97/333/2 rushing (career highs in carries and rushing TDs) while also snagging 52/341/2 receiving to set a career high in receiving TDs. The Falcons ranked 24th in the NFL in yards-per-carry last season, averaging 3.9 yards per carry - there is definitely room for improvement up front on the offensive line. The selection of OT Jake Matthews at 1.06 in the NFL Draft should help open up some better running lanes for Rodgers during 2014, as should the arrival of veteran offensive linemen Gabe Carimi and Jon Asamoah via free agency. (May 23)

FBG Staff Rankings

RB Redraft - 65, 45, 47
RB Redraft PPR - 52, 39, 43, 43, 45, 46, 50
RB Dynasty - 74, 56, 68

Stats and Projections

2011 ATL 16 57 205 1 33 21 188 1
2012 ATL 16 94 362 1 61 53 402 1
2013 ATL 15 97 333 2 62 52 341 2 1
2014 PROJ-Dodds 15 44 * * 37 * * *
2014 PROJ-Henry 16 60 * * 42 * * *
2014 PROJ-Wood 16 30 * * 30 * * *
2014 PROJ-Tremblay 16 48 * * 43 * * *

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Average Draft Position

Overall: 220
RB: 69
Overall-PPR: 195
RB-PPR: 63

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Latest News

Falcons | Steven Jackson has hammy issue (Tue Jul 29, 06:16 PM) - Updating a previous report, Atlanta Falcons RB Steven Jackson (hamstring) injured his hamstring Monday, July 28, which is why he wasn't practicing Tuesday, July 29. Head coach Mike Smith said Jackson will be ready for the team's first game.

Our View: Without Jackson on the practice field, guys like Jacquizz Rodgers and rookie Devonta Freeman will get more of an opportunity. We've seen what Rodgers is--decent receiver and change of pace back--but Freeman is the one to watch here. He is built low to the ground, has a powerful lower body and he's quick enough to get to the second level of the defense in the blink of an eye. See if he can take this opportunity and run with it.
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2014 Schedule

1vs New Orleans Saints
2@ Cincinnati Bengals
3vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4@ Minnesota Vikings
5@ New York Giants
6vs Chicago Bears
7@ Baltimore Ravens
8vs Detroit Lions
9--- BYE WEEK ---
10@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
11@ Carolina Panthers
12vs Cleveland Browns
13vs Arizona Cardinals
14@ Green Bay Packers
15vs Pittsburgh Steelers
16@ New Orleans Saints
17vs Carolina Panthers