The last time the Atlanta Falcons won consecutive playoff games was when the 1998 14-2 Falcons made it to Super Bowl XXXIII. Their first opponent in the NFC Playoffs? A 49ers team lead by Steve Young and Terrel Owens (before the huge ego).
The Falcons welcome the 49ers this weekend for the NFC Championship. We get our first Bay Area perspective from San Jose Mercury News Columnist, Tim Kawakami. . .
As bad as the Falcons team was in the fourth quarter, there is a lot to like about Atlanta’s overall performance against the Seahawks.
Aaron Nagler, lead NFL writer from Bleacher Report, joins Overtime With Jim Murray. He talks about Matt Ryan winning his first playoff game, the upcoming NFC Championship game between the 49ers/Falcons, previews the AFC Championship […]
An exciting NFL playoff weekend has passed and the Falcons have advanced to the NFC Championship game. We invite Hub Arkush, Publisher/Editor of Pro Football Weekly, on the program for his take on the Falcons […]
It may not be simple, but it’s straightforward: a Viking win over the Packers means Atlanta hosts Adrian Peterson and company. A win by the Packers and Atlanta will face whoever wins the Sunday match-up of the Redskins and Seahawks. But which of these three teams gives the Falcons the best chance to win? Read more to find out.
Looking back at the Panthers game one more time, which of the probable NFC Playoff teams would give the Falcons the biggest challenge? Which might be the match-up that Atlanta wants?
30 year old Christopher Middleton and his friend 30 year old Corey Adams were enjoying the San Francisco 49er’s New Orlean Saints game at the Applebee’s Restaurant in Duluth last weekend when one New Orleans fan […]