With just three days off between games this week, there is certainly no rest for the weary Falcons as they look to face off against their NFC South rival for the second time this season.
Normally Falcons wide receivers Harry Douglas and Drew Davis don’t get a lot of recognition because they back up Julio Jones and Roddy White. With both starting wide receivers Jones and White listed as questionable, Douglas and Davis might have to work overtime against St. Louis.
Is LB Paul Worrilow For Real? We’ll get a second chance to see the Undrafted Rookie out of Delaware play on the pro level. In the first game, he racked up 12 tackles (10 solo) […]
Last week I addressed the Offensive Line position battles for the Atlanta Falcons this upcoming season. In this edition I will address the Defensive Line. This group has been much maligned over the past few […]
Well here we go! It’s Conference Championship Week in the NFL. So, lets take a look at the injuries that we should be on the lookout for on Sunday. Of course, we have to start […]
Specifically, the secondary of Atlanta will be the most shallow. With two starting secondary players, this may be the game where Atlanta seed how deep their defense truly is.
The beauty of the Falcons passing offense is while you never know which of the Big Three will come up with the big stats, you always know one of them will do just that. However, with Roddy potentially out against New York, Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez may have to work that much harder to ensure Roddy’s production isn’t missed.
While Round One NFL Draftees get all of the press, there’s always a player drafted in later rounds that can also positively impact a team’s performance. For Atlanta, that player is Jon Babineaux
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.
This weekend the Sports Kings had the opportunity to catch up with Atlanta Falcons DT Jonathan Babineaux to discuss the upcoming season and his 2 day community service projects that included the 6th Annual DTLR […]