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Atl - DL - Patrick Kerney

Rating the Projections, Better or Worse?  

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  1. 1. 42 tackles, 18 assists, 10 sacks.

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The Argument for Patrick Kerney



Patrick Kerney is coming off a disappointing season where owners expected much more than the 38 tackles, 15 assists, and 6.5 sacks, compared to 54 tackles, 11 assists and 12 sacks in 2004.


Kerney's numbers should improve with the addition of John Abraham to take some pressure off him on the other side of the DL. But Kerney now also has 2 solid DT that can also get to the ball carrier, which could limit his ability to rack up tackles like he did in 2004.


The Defense believes Kerney will have a solid season, and expects somewhere in between the 2004 and 2005 numbers.



The Evidence


Atlanta 2006 schedule -




Closing Statements


Projections for Patrick Kerney


42 tackles, 18 assists, 10 sacks.




The Verdict


Your vote decides.


Rating those projections, will Kerney do Better or Worse?

Edited by Sgt. Ryan
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numbers look pretty good but how many sacks can Abraham/Coleman and Kerney split up?

with that said I am goin to lean a bit worse but could easily vote a bit better...the numbers look pretty darn good

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