Believe it or not but with the second round of the NFL Playoffs just a few days away, only eight combined players for both the Falcons and Seahawks were listed on the Wednesday injury report.
Anyone who has paid attention to Mike Smith during his tenure in Atlanta knows that unless he is under a mandate from the NFL, he’s not going to released any injury information. So for those wanting new updates on the players, you’ll just have to wait until next week.
With an extra week off before their next game, the Falcons need to remember the positives when a teammate is injured. With Dunta Robinson and John Abraham injured in Week 17, the training staff has good news for Falcons Nation about their return.
Finishing the regular season 3-3 against the NFC South, expect a lot of questions for the next two weeks about the Falcons still being a one-and-done Playoff team or if they will finally get over the hump.
If winning a football game was based on style points, Atlanta would have been crushed in their 23-19 win against Arizona. However, the only thing that matters in football is the scoreboard.
One of the rare times in this season that the Atlanta Falcons have more players in their injury report than their opponents. This time, twelve Falcons are on the report while the Saints have just five.
John Abraham may not have been drafted by Atlanta, but his six-plus years as a Falcon have definitely endeared him to the fans packing the Georgia Dome on Sundays.
Do football teams really need “bad citizens” to be successful in the league? With three straight wins to start the season and two straight weeks with a player arrested following the game, the Atlanta Falcons may unfortunately be proving that Allen Pinkett knew what he was talking about.
One of the drawbacks to playing a Monday Night Football game is that you have even less time to prepare for the following week’s match-up. Less preparation time means a greater chance for injuries. Falcons head coach Mike Smith is not taking any chances with several players sitting out practice this week, but it remains to be seen who will take the field.
The Atlanta Falcons got off to a low-key start in free agency, agreeing to terms on new deals with backup quarterback Chris Redman and third receiver Harry Douglas. The Falcons announced the deals Tuesday night, […]