2016 was a euphoric season for fans of the
Atlanta Falcons, and few elicited more cheers and happiness than
Vic Beasley. It was truly a joy at times to watch Beasley rush the passer, with his peak play of the season coming against the
Los Angeles Rams, when the outside backer stunted across two gaps to sack
Jared Goff, then twice beat right tackle
Rob Havenstein around the edge, culminating in a strip sack that Beasley recovered and returned for a score. If you need numbers to help you sleep at night, here’s Beasley’s year one to year two jump: 26 tackles to 39, 4.0 sacks to 15.5 (!), and no NFC titles to one conference crown. Atlanta should be very, very excited about what they have in Beasley, a first-time entry into the
Top 100.

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