[3 of 5] You’re going to get a good dose of Robert Alford during camp and in the first few preseason games. Alford, who was drafted in the second round by the Falcons, wasn’t the […]
In my ongoing coverage position by position, this week I will address the defensive backs for the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons of course went heavy on defense in the draft choosing in their 1st two […]
On this week there were three particular headlines that were interesting covering the Atlanta Falcons; 1. The Atlanta Falcons after the draft signed 24 college free agents that included; Kicker Casey Barth from UNC, Linebacker […]
It’s tough to consider a team that finished the regular season 13-3 as not having lived up to expectations. Some would say that since Atlanta finally won a post season game for the first time in nearly a decade, the season was a success. Others would argue that because of the way Atlanta finished the season, it should be considered a disappointment.
If Atlanta didn’t already have hopes to beat Seattle yesterday, with the announcement of Chris Clemons torn ACL and meniscus, they certainly do now.
Asante’s 31st birthday on January 6th will be anything but happy. Rather than spending the time relaxing with his friends or preparing for his Playoff game next week, Asante has to bury his mother.
While not exactly avenging last season’s Playoff loss to the Giants, the Falcons showed the NFL that they may actually be as good as their record is. Doubters beware: this Falcons team is dangerous.
The beauty of the Falcons passing offense is while you never know which of the Big Three will come up with the big stats, you always know one of them will do just that. However, with Roddy potentially out against New York, Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez may have to work that much harder to ensure Roddy’s production isn’t missed.
While whoever came up with the famous “Time heals all wounds” quote probably wasn’t thinking about the Atlanta Falcons. Still, that doesn’t mean the saying doesn’t apply. With a double-digit number of players listed on the last several injury reports, the ten days off meant fewer than five would be listed this week.
With less than four days after their win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Atlanta Falcons must suit up and face another divisional foe. The question remains if the shortened work week will mean more injuries for either team.