For Week 7 the Dirty Birds have 7 players listed on their injury report. Will 7 finally be a good number for the Falcons?
Anytime a football team has fewer injured players, it usually means the odds of winning are slightly more in their favor. Here’s hoping that trend continues for Atlanta’s Week 6 game against the Bears.
The injury bug seems to have come back with a vengeance for the Falcons. This is the first time this season Atlanta has had more than five players listed on a weekly injury report.
Yet again, you can count Atlanta’s injured players on just one hand.
For the Atlanta Falcons, 2013 was an intense wake up call, especially considering a team that was 13-3 in the previous regular season falling to 4-12 the very next year. It was the first real […]
Harry Douglas calls in from San Antonio and the NBA Finals to see his brother Tony who plays for the Heat. He discusses how hot it actually was in the arena last night. He also […]
It may sound hard to believe, but there have been some good things that have come out of this 2013 season for the Atlanta Falcons. Trust us on this one.
It’s official, for the first time since Matt Ryan and Mike Smith have been part of the franchise, the Atlanta Falcons will post a losing record after being dealt a tough 17-13 loss at the hands of their NFC South rival New Orleans Saints.
As if losing Julio Jones for the rest of the season and Roddy White being used primarily as a decoy due to his nagging injuries wasn’t enough, Atlanta may also have to make due without Tony Gonzalez and Julio’s replacement, Harry Douglas this week against the Tampa Bay Bucs.
Seattle has beaten their last two opponents by a combined eight points. Atlanta has beaten both St. Louis and Tampa Bay by 15 total points. This is a winnable game against the Seahawks. Here’s how they can win their third of the season.