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.
So far Atlanta has done a great job of keeping their players healthy as just four Falcons are listed as injured, while Tampa has 11.
Thirteen Bengals are listed this week as the Dirty Birds prepare to go 2-0 to start off the season.
As a third-generation NFL player, as well as relatives playing both for college and professional teams in Atlanta, Jake Matthews seems like a perfect fit for the Falcons.
Mike Tannenbaum joined Rick and Jamie to talk NFL and NBA. Mike talked about how Steve Kerr chose the Golden State Warriors over the Knicks. He talked about helping him organize his plan to present […]
NFL Hall of Famer and former Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans offensive lineman, Bruce Matthews joins the show to discuss his reaction of his son Jake Matthews being drafted by the Falcons and why the team is […]
Atlanta Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff joins the show to discuss the 2014 NFL Draft. Dimitroff shared “To protect our investment in Matt Ryan was very important going forward. We’re very excited about having that sort […]
The dust has now settled on the 2014 National Football League Draft for the Atlanta Falcons. The hope springs eternal for a club that finished 4-12 last season after the much publicized SuperBowl aspirations in […]
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons added depth at running back, linebacker and cornerback in the NFL draft on Saturday. Using a fourth-round pick on Florida State’s Devonta Freeman, the Falcons will try […]
In the debacle that was the Atlanta Falcons in 2013 and in the wake of the 2014 National Football League Draft coming May 8th, there is much to be ballyhooed over what strategy they will […]