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, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets have claimed quarterback Luke Falk off waivers from the Miami Dolphins.Falk is reunited with Adam Gase, who was his coach last season as a rookie in Miami. The former Washington State star was drafted in the sixth round last year by Tennessee. The 24-year-old quarterback was among the Titans‘ final preseason cuts, and was claimed off waivers by the Dolphins.Falk did not play in a regular-season game last year and spent most of the season on injured reserve with a wrist injury, but figured to be in the mix for the backup job this year behind Ryan Fitzpatrick. But, the Dolphins acquired Josh Rosen from Arizona last week during the NFL draft, and they also have Jake Rudock on their roster.With the Jets, Falk joins another already-crowded QB room with starter Sam Darnold, Trevor Siemian, Davis Webb and Brandon Silvers also on the roster. NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The latest chance for Saints fans to show Drew Brees their gratitude for the many memorable, triumphant moments he’s brought them comes on Thanksgiving night.The Saints (9-1) are riding an NFL-high, nine-game winning streak as the rival Atlanta Falcons (4-6) land in New Orleans, so don’t expect a sleepy crowd in the Superdome
, no matter how well-fed.Some 13 seasons after Brees embraced the challenge of resurrecting a downtrodden franchise in a disaster-ravaged city, his level of play, at age 39, appears as high as ever.He is on pace to break his own single-season record completion rate of 72 percent. His touchdown-to-interception ratio is 25-1. And the Saints, averaging 37.9 points per game, are threatening to score more points in a season than any team in NFL history.“He’s been as challenging a guy to go against over the years as you can imagine,” Falcons coach Dan Quinn said, adding that he’s been particularly struck by Brees’ accuracy and decisiveness. “To say he’s doing it better than ever — he’s been doing it pretty well for a long time, but I’d say he’s certainly doing it as well.”With the luxury of a strong offensive line and running game — not to mention playing with a lot of leads — Brees has been able to throw selectively and efficiently. He has also benefited from receiver Michael Thomas’ monster year, but demonstrated in a 48-7 win over Philadelphia on Sunday that he can connect, to prolific effect, with younger
, lesser-known targets as well.“There’s a lot to be said for experience,” a grinning Brees said as he reprised an old expression about wisdom trumping youth and skill.“When we step on the field, I feel like I can see it before it happens, and it takes a lot of work to get to that point. That doesn’t mean there’s not surprises. … but I feel good playing the game right now.”The Falcons aren’t feeling so good about their season so far. Their last-second loss to Dallas last Sunday dropped them five games behind the NFC South-leading Saints with six games left.“We’ve got to get the bad taste out of our mouth,” Atlanta receiver Julio Jones said. “It’s going to be a great game. We’re going to have fun. People are going to fly around. People are going to get up. You don’t have to worry about people not being ready to play this game. … We’re just going to be out there swinging.”Some other prominent story lines surrounding the 100th meeting between the Falcons and Saints:COMPETITIVE BALANCEWhile the teams are spread apart in the standings, they played each other pretty close the previous time they met in Week 3 in Atlanta. New Orleans needed a late TD to force overtime and won in the extra period. The Saints are nearly two-TD favorites in the rematch, which would seem appropriate given New Orleans has outscored its past two opponents 99-21 combined. But Brees’ experience against Atlanta tells him otherwise.“These are always hard-fought games,” Brees said. “They’re games that typically come down to the last possession.”Added Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan: “They have a potential high-ceiling offense. … This is something we have to be aware of.”BEASLEY’S REVIVALVic Beasley Jr., the 2016 NFL leader with 15½ sacks, finally showed a return to his form with two sacks against the Cowboys last week. Beasley had five sacks in 2017 and only one sack in Atlanta’s first nine games this year. The Falcons hope Beasley’s resurgence continues this week against Brees. “You have to find ways to pressure,” coach Dan Quinn said. “His efficiency without getting hit or without getting moved is so high.”RUNNING SAINTSIf Alvin Kamara fails to match the 190 yards from scrimmage he had against Atlanta in Week 3, it might have less to do with Atlanta’s defense than with fellow Saints running back Mark Ingram’s resurgence. Ingram did not play in the previous meeting because of a four-game suspension stemming from his positive test for a banned substance. In their past two games
, the Saints have averaged 208.5 yards rushing, with Ingram have rushed for 100-plus yards in each.NO. 1 RECEIVERJones’ touchdown drought is over. He has TD catches in three straight games after having none in Atlanta’s first seven. That doesn’t mean he wasn’t productive all along. Jones leads the NFL with 1,158 yards receiving.“He’s been playing so well for us all year and has been so consistent,” Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan said.COMPELLING MATCHUPWhile Brees has not thrown an interception at home this season, the Falcons counter with safety Damontae Kazee, who leads the NFL with five interceptions, a career high. He is the first Atlanta player with as many as five interceptions in a season since 2012, when Thomas DeCoud had six and Asante Samuel had five.
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