Seattle must make the most of their home-field advantage against the Panthers.
Thanks to a terrible 34-3 loss to close out the 2014 campaign, this probably marks the end of the Mike Smith coaching era for the Atlanta Falcons.
Atlanta already bested Carolina. How can they repeat their performance?
It’s a simple concept: whoever wins the Week 17 game between these two NFC South opponents wins the division and advances to the Playoffs, while the loser watches the postseason from home.
Who would have thought that after Week 11 the 4-6 Atlanta Falcons would be leading the NFC South?
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Matt Ryan threw for 268 yards and a touchdown, Matt Bryant added four field goals and the Atlanta Falcons moved into a tie for first place in the lowly NFC South […]
Last year is last year and for the Carolina Panthers Ron Rivera is wishing it was last year. The Panthers biggest problem is that they can not protect Cam Newton. Last year the Carolina Offensive […]
Thanks to the 45-21 beatdown the Eagles put on the Panthers on Monday Night, Atlanta should have a good idea on just what needs to be done to continue their winning ways.
Thanks to NFC South being such a dismal division this season, it’s still wide open for the “top” three teams in the division to claim the title.
The Saints took control of the NFC South with a 28-10 victory over the Panthers last night, their first win in Carolina since 2011. New Orleans enters a three-game home stretch with a 4-4 record, while Carolina (3-5-1), which only has one win in its last seven games, travels to Philadelphia in 10 days.