Like most things worth doing, it’s not going to be easy, but the one constant in any form of sports is that on any given day the underdog can upset the favorite. Here are three ways for Atlanta to give themselves the best chance to win their third game of the season this week against the New Orleans Saints.
Before the season started, it wasn’t a stretch to believe this Thursday night game between the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints would be for NFC South supremacy. So much for that now.
Whoa! What a crazy week it was in the NFL last week during the official bye week of the Dred vs the Spread. The Bengals lost a bizarre Thursday night game ending in a safety when Cameron […]
Bleacher Report’s NFC South reporter, Knox Bardeen drops by to talk Falcons and the rest of the division. The guys talk about the week of practice, the Falcons’ contingency plan for all the injuries, and […]
Matt Bowen, Bleacher Report: “Matt Ryan Had To Retreat, Throw Off His Back Foot, That Ball Had No Juice On It”
Bleacher Report’s Matt Bowen drops by for his weekly spot. The guys talk about the opening weekend in football and how the Saints were able to beat the Falcons. . . .
Just like against San Francisco in last year’s NFC Championship game, Atlanta built up a double-digit lead in the opening quarter, only to give it away in the end. Atlanta also had a chance to win the game but came up short.
The 1st regular season game ended in a loss for your hometown Atlanta Falcons in New Orleans to the hated Saints on Sunday by the score of 23-17. A lot of opportunities were squandered for […]
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Drew Brees passed for 357 yards and two scores and the New Orleans held on for a 23-17 victory over the Atlanta Falcons to give Saints coach Sean Payton a triumphant […]
Kristian Garic, WWL New Orleans, On Saints Defense: “It Will Be Like Nothing You Saw In The Pre-Season.”
We check in on the Saints with Kristian Garic of the Saints flagship station, WWL in New Orleans to find out how they are preparing for opening weekend against the Falcons. . . .
Peyton is still here. He’s still active. Boy, is he active. And last night was more than dropping a double-nickel, like Jordan did against the Knicks on his comeback trail.