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A No-Name, Big-Time Front Four
Peter King
December 15, 1997
Travis Hall is from Alaska. Dan Owens was signed as a free agent. Lester Archambeau came in a 1993 trade with the Packers for some wideout named James Milling. Chuck Smith is one of the best defensive ends you've never heard of. Meet the Falcons' front four, who this season have more sacks than 14 teams. The Falcons lead the league with 53, and the pass rush is a major reason why Atlanta (6-8) has won five of its last six games. Here's a tale of the tape for the Falcons' anonymous defensive line.
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December 15, 1997

A No-name, Big-time Front Four

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Travis Hall is from Alaska. Dan Owens was signed as a free agent. Lester Archambeau came in a 1993 trade with the Packers for some wideout named James Milling. Chuck Smith is one of the best defensive ends you've never heard of. Meet the Falcons' front four, who this season have more sacks than 14 teams. The Falcons lead the league with 53, and the pass rush is a major reason why Atlanta (6-8) has won five of its last six games. Here's a tale of the tape for the Falcons' anonymous defensive line.

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