Chris Lindstrom

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#63

Experience: 3 years

Height: 6-3

Age: 25

Weight: 307 lbs

College: Boston College

2020 SEASON

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    16
  • GS
    16
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Regular Season

WK Game Date OPP RESULT G GS
17 01/03/2021 @Buccaneers L 27 - 44 1 1
16 12/27/2020 @Chiefs L 14 - 17 1 1
15 12/20/2020 Buccaneers L 27 - 31 1 1
14 12/13/2020 @Chargers L 17 - 20 1 1
13 12/06/2020 Saints L 16 - 21 1 1
12 11/29/2020 Raiders W 43 - 6 1 1
11 11/22/2020 @Saints L 9 - 24 1 1
9 11/08/2020 Broncos W 34 - 27 1 1
8 10/30/2020 @Panthers W 25 - 17 1 1
7 10/25/2020 Lions L 22 - 23 1 1
2 09/20/2020 @Cowboys L 39 - 40 1 1
6 10/18/2020 @Vikings W 40 - 23 1 1
1 09/13/2020 Seahawks L 25 - 38 1 1
5 10/11/2020 Panthers L 16 - 23 1 1
4 10/06/2020 @Packers L 16 - 30 1 1
3 09/27/2020 Bears L 26 - 30 1 1

Biography

FALCONS (2019)

  • Started in all five games he played during his rookie year.  

CAREER

  • Has seen action in five games, making five starts during the 2019 season.

COLLEGE

  • During his four-year career at Boston College saw action in 50 games, earning All-ACC honors twice and was named an All-American by the AFCA (second team), The Athletic (second team) and the Associated Press (third team). 
  • In 2018, saw action in 12 games, not allowing a single sack and only three hurries, earning All-ACC first-team honors. 
  • Named All-ACC second-team honors after junior campaign, leading his team in career starts (36) and career games played (38). Helped lead a productive offensive line unit that ranked second in the ACC and tied for 13th nationally with just 13 sacks allowed. 

PERSONAL

  • Member of the Shepherd Hill High School's offensive line that allowed the Rams to run for over 3,000 yards in junior and senior campaigns. 
  • Named to the 2014 Massachusetts Football Coaches All-State team, a two-time ESPN Boston All-State selection, earned ESPN Boston's Lineman of the Year award as a senior.
  • Parents are Chris and Dawn Lindstrom, the second oldest of six children. 
  • His father, Chris, was a hall of fame lineman at Boston University and spent three seasons in the NFL, and his uncle, Eric, played defensive end at The Heights (1984-88).  *
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