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Postby carrie567 » Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:18 am

ATLANTA -- One year ago, the Falcons 0-4 preseason record set the stage for coach Mike Smiths first losing record in six seasons in Atlanta. Smith was more than ready for a positive start to Atlantas 2014 preseason. Matt Ryan was sharp in leading Atlanta to a touchdown on the teams first possession and the Falcons recovered a late fumble for the games only turnover to hold off the Miami Dolphins 16-10 on Friday night in the preseason opener for both teams. "Individually and collectively, I thought the first impression was good," Smith said. "We want to be a physical football team and I thought we showed that." Rookie quarterback Seth Lobato led Miami to the Atlanta 5-yard line with less than 3 minutes remaining before fumbling a shotgun snap. Defensive end Nosa Eguae recovered for Atlanta. "As a quarterback, I have to make that play and cant let the ball get on the ground in that situation," said Lobato, who took over after Ryan Tannehill opened the game with a touchdown drive. Tannehill was 6 for 6 for 62 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Gibson, to open the game. Ryan was just as strong, completing each of his seven attempts for 53 yards on Atlantas opening drive. Jacquizz Rodgers capped the drive with a 2-yard scoring run. Rodgers started as Steven Jackson continued to recover from a left hamstring injury. Ryan completed passes of 17 yards to Harry Douglas and 5 and 12 yards to Roddy White on the drive. Ryan called the opening possession -- 15 plays for 77 yards -- "exactly what you want for your first drive of the year." "We were able to run the ball pretty effectively, and when we did have the opportunity to throw, we were able to move the chains," Ryan said. "We were able to overcome a couple of penalties, we were able to keep going, and punch the ball into the end zone." Smith said it was important for Ryan to have a strong answer to Miamis touchdown drive. "I like the way our first-team offence came back and answered the opening drive the Dolphins were able to put together," Smith said. "We had three other opportunities in the red zone where we did not finish the drive. Those are things we definitely need to be addressing and talking about." Lobato, an undrafted rookie from Northern Colorado, completed 14 of 28 passes for 124 yards. "I felt really comfortable and thought the line did a great job protecting me," Lobato said. "I thought that we did some pretty good things as an offence and made some plays. We just didnt make enough plays." Matt Bryant closed the first half with a 21-yard field goal. Danny Hrapmann kicked a 42-yarder in the second quarter for Miami. Sergio Castillo added field goals of 21 and 34 yards in the second half for Atlanta. T.J. Yates, the favourite to win the job as Ryans top backup, looked poised in Atlantas two-minute offence to set up Bryants field goal. Yates completed 7 of 16 passes for 123 yards. Yates is competing with Sean Renfree, who led field-goal drives in the third and fourth quarters. Renfree, a second-year player from Duke, completed 6 of 15 passes for 108 yards. Falcons rookie running back Devonta Freeman had 10 carries for 50 yards and one catch for 57 yards. Another rookie, Bernard Reedy, caught two passes for 61 yards. Atlanta running back Antone Smith had two big plays negated by penalties. On Atlantas opening drive, Ryan dumped a short pass to Smith from the Miami 46. Smith took off for an apparent big gain to the Dolphins 11, but an illegal formation penalty brought the play back. In the second quarter, Smith broke free on what appeared to be a 76-yard touchdown run, but a holding penalty against Falcons rookie right tackle Jake Matthews wiped out the play. NOTES: Miami QBs Matt Moore (shoulder) and Pat Devlin (hamstring) were held out. ... Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said he had no update on RB Damien Williams, who was carted off the field with an undisclosed injury late in the game. ... Miami S Reshad Jones, who on Friday was suspended for the first four games of the regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances, played with the other defensive starters. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys .Bekker was added Wednesday in exchange for allocation money after two seasons with Toronto. The native of Canada had 29 MLS appearances, including 16 starts. Hes also played in 13 games for the Canadian national team. Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys . -- The Kelowna Rockets earned their 16th straight win with a 7-2 rout of the Portland Winterhawks in Western Hockey League action Thursday. http://www.cheapchinajerseysnfls.com/. -- The defending Canadian womens curling champions squandered an opportunity to take sole possession of first place in the standings Tuesday at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. 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Now a mature footballer, 31-years of age and with Canada fully submerged in the murky waters of rock bottomless, the native Torontonian revealed he has no plans to retire from internationals. "I still got that same feeling I got when I got that first call up," he told TSN.ca after last Tuesday nights 3-0 defeat to Australia. "I get excited by it, look forward to it. Its a huge honour of having over a decade of wearing the jersey. I still want to be a part of it" Having knocked about various European leagues throughout his career, now playing for Skoda Xanthi in the Greek Superleague, de Guzman harbours no illusions of why yet again Canada not only lost, but failed miserably in front of goal against the Socceroos at Craven Cottage. "We were playing against guys who are playing at higher levels than us," de Guzman forthrightly disclosed. "Also they have their own league. You could see they physically dominated us from the first minute to the end. That just shows that these guys are playing at their clubs as starters. Most of our guys its not the case. Were not playing in high leagues." Then he went into overdrive. "As a nation we dont have our own league, theres only a handful of our guys starting at their clubs. That is something that is a huge concern." Guilty on both counts are Canadian soccers stakeholders. Not the type to be an observer, through the cloudy lens of the rear view mirror, his mood lifted emphatically when discussing Generation Russia: the crop of Canadian talent expected to lead the charge to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. "On the bright side of things it was great to see the young guys get a chance. They never had this opportunity to play against a good team like Australia in this atmosphere as well. Craven Cottage is a great stadium." "I think this is what the younger generation needs, they need to be in matches like this to commit errors, and pick up good habits in the long run. And get a chance at this type of exposure," de Guzman added. "Its what our country needs. On an individual aspect its important they go back to their clubs get involved in their clubs and they need to work on their fitness." Hes already identified the core upon whom the Canadian will need to rely when qualification for Russia 2018 gets underway. "Since the beginning of this camp there is a handful of them; Russell [Teibert], [Ashtone] Morgan, [Samuel] Piette, [Doniel] Henry… These are the guys that are the new core of new generation coming, hopefully into Russia." "These are the guys who are playing at their clubs at decent levels. Maybe Piette playing in the reserve team at Dusseldorf may not be equivalent to what MLS is, but he is getting good training also teaching." "For a lot of the other young guys, including that core I just mentioned coming into these types of camps is the first time they are getting actual good coaching. They come out of this camp as a better player, theyve learned something." De Guzman cut no bones when fast tracking the timeline of the next generation as a core member of this current one, feeling their learning curve has been anything but linear. "This is something that sadly has been lacking for a lot of Canadians, even Canadians up until now. Even guys like Dwayne [De Rosario] have said this is the most he has ever learned in a national team, or even in his career." Hows that for an endorsement of the current Canadian coach? "So, I think this is a culture shock for us Canadians to get used to, its something we have needed for a long time," de Guzman added. "Its not going to happen in two friendly games or even a couple of camps.dddddddddddd It is going to happen over a long period of time. It is a new adjustment that will bring results in the long run." Mighty impressed is the North Scarborough alumni with Benito Floro. "What he has impressed me with is pretty much coming into a situation like this with the national team when the Canadian soccer nation is rock bottom for him to take the initiative and show that his philosophies could change the team, and the game in the country... [it] is one impressive thing." "The other impressive thing is seeing most of the most of the Canadians blown away, questioning his philosophy, de Guzman added. "It reminds me of when I first went to Spain, and before I was in Spain I was in France and Germany knowing only Canadian football. Going to Spain the football I was being shown was kind of strange to me but after a while it actually made me into a far better player. I probably had the best moments of my career. This team will need to have a little time to adjust to what Floro wants. Like I said it can only go in one direction, which is forward." The 32-year-olds comments kept with that rock bottom-feeling theme. You can take the boy out of Toronto land him in places like France, Germany, Spain and Greece but you cant ever take away a life time love affair with his birth city. No one has a real clue of what de Guzman had to deal with - on or off the pitch - during his tenure at BMO Field. Who, then, are we to dare criticize him as things didnt exactly work out as hoped and expected from the midfielder whilst working from home? How unceremonious was De Guzmans departure from Toronto FC... Please do remind me. Hardly surprising for the national team, de Guzman and De Rosario are roomies. Everyone belongs to some form of self- preservation society. Who, then, could deny him his rather outlandish coloured Lamborghini? The mans evidently got European style? Why wouldnt he after spending 14 odd years on the continent? When it was put to de Guzman to reveal his thoughts and feelings for a club he departed from in July 2012, there was no hesitation or pause in his voice. "I love TFC. I love that club. I love the fact we have a professional team. Its my home team. It still remains a big chunk of my heart." "It hurts to see what the team is going through and what they have been going through for so many years," he added. MLSE is one thing and TFC is another. Its just a very tough situation. Not for De Guzman to reflect on whether Canadas original MLS club had broken down completely, suffered the football equivalent of the seven-year itch. He preferred to look to offer a solution, look to the future. "It needs to be solved in a different way, a different way than in has been in the past. It hurts not only the fans [but] it also hurts the future of football in Canada. You have a lot of talented players coming through the ranks." Name names he did. "Guys who have been in the Academy who are at Queens Park Rangers and were training with us in London - Dylan Carreiro, an ex-TFC player, Keven Aleman playing in Spain [who is] another ex-TFC player - that kind of saddens me to see that they still have to leave this academy in Toronto to still be better." Then came an ominous warning. "Thats still the case for a lot of the guys and I just hope for guys like [Jonathan] Osorio, Morgan, Henry, for guys like that [Kyle] Bekker, too. Its not good for them to stay there too long if they want to become professionals." Then a final tug at the heartstrings: "To know that, to feel that saddens me because that is the only thing thats available in Toronto." "Its a very difficult situation and I think the only thing that could change TFC and finally having success is to start again." "If its rock bottom they have to start again." Catch Toronto FC vs. Montreal Impact live Saturday on TSN at 4pm et/1pm pt. 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