Now is not the time to let an injury derail Atlanta’s postseason hopes.
The saying is that “All good things come in threes”. If that’s true, then both the Saints and Falcons are doing well as they post just three and six injured players, respectively, this week.
Another costly interception ends up being the difference in the game as Atlanta yet again loses by a single score.
Atlanta may have a lot of players out on the IR, but for much of the regular season, the players who were active remained relatively healthy. Not so much this time.
Atlanta Falcons WR Harry Douglas joins Marc & Randy to discuss the mindset of the Falcons following their close 43-37 loss Monday night at Lambeau Field. Douglas shared what he feels the Falcons need to […]
Wide receivers may be at a premium as two of Atlanta’s wideouts are on this week’s report.
This is why the teams play the game. Going into this one, Arizona had to be considered the favorite, but Atlanta wasn’t about to let that happen.
As the season gets closer to its conclusion, those little aches and pains start turning into legit injuries. Both the Falcons and Browns are dealing with that as both teams have at least nine players listed and two players each considered “out” this week.
With Atlanta posting just six players and Carolina posting 13 on this week’s injury report, the Falcons at least have this part of the game won.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Matt Ryan threw for 219 yards and one touchdown Sunday to help the Atlanta Falcons end a five-game losing streak with a 27-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Falcons […]