With the term “Cardiac Kids” used to describe teams always winning in the last seconds, Atlanta may want to think about being known as the “Flat-lining Falcons” with their five comeback victories so far this year.
Just like the first four games of the season Atlanta remains undefeated in the NFL. But the question is have the Falcons improved upon anything in the second quarter of the season or have they done worse?
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.
Dallas may have one big piece of their offense missing for Sunday’s game while Atlanta does have one key piece at defense out. The question is which team will be able to compensate for the loss of their star player?
Falcons head coach Mike Smith is just one game away from setting the Falcons record for most wins by an Atlanta head coach. In just four plus seasons, Smith is on the verge of not just the wins record, but he is establishing himself as Atlanta’s most successful and consistent coach.
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?
If Atlanta isn’t kissing the feet (or at least the right foot) of kicker Matt Bryant, now would be a good time to start. With two game-winning field goals in the past three weeks, it’s safe to say Atlanta may not be a perfect 6-0 without their clutch kicker.
Another win for the hometown Falcons and this win is probably sweeter than the last five, because the Falcons’ are now the NFL’s only undefeated team after Houston’s 42-24 loss to Green Bay. However the […]
On a map, it may just be a couple hundred miles from Texas to Atlanta, but for Falcons kicker Matt Bryant, the road from high school to the NFL has sent him everywhere in the United States as well as parts of Europe before landing in Atlanta.
Talk about a trap game… On paper and based on their performance over the past few weeks it was safe to assume the Falcons would beat the Panthers. Well you do know what they say […]