Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends, oh my! As the season continues to advance, the injuries continue to pile up for both teams. As always, the question of who has more depth may decide the outcome.
Playing your conference rival is always a much more physical and emotional game. Following their first loss of the season, the Falcons may just need a few extra days to recover from this one.
In a game featuring two of the top passing attacks, leave it to the game being decided on the ground. Atlanta may have trailed the majority of the game, but in the end, they remain the lone undefeated team in the NFL at 8-0.
This morning Rob Calloway joined 105.3 The Fan’s morning crew in Dallas to discuss this Sunday’s Falcons-Cowboys match up at the Georgia Dome and amazingly Rob gave the Falcons nothing but glowing compliments. A Falcons’ […]
Trickery in the NFL is a vital part of keeping the opposition honest. While the majority of trick plays are used one time in a game at most, some plays, like Atlanta’s screen passes, can be used multiple times throughout a single game because of the many options that come out of it.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Matt Ryan threw touchdown passes on Atlanta’s first three possessions against Philadelphia and new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, and the Falcons remained the NFL’s only unbeaten team with a 30-17 victory over […]
As the only undefeated team left in the NFL this season, Atlanta goes into its bye week with a full-head of steam. With Atlanta at 6-0, who are the players that are contributing the most and who isn’t performing up to expectations?
As the youngest member of Atlanta’s vaunted passing attack Julio Jones has the potential to be one of the truly elite receivers of the next decade.
Each week as the games go by, new injuries pile on for every team. The mark of a truly great team is being able to work around those injuries. And with a starting wide receiver from each team on the injury report, it will be interesting to see how the two coaches can overcome this obstacle.
Another case of good news and bad news for Atlanta. The bad news is nine Falcons are listed on the injury report—two are in the offensive backfield. The “good” news is that only four of them are definitely out for Sunday’s game against Carolina.