Now that the smoke has cleared and people have gotten the news they so dreaded, where will the Atlanta Falcons go from here? A season so filled with promise, expectations were through the roof, and […]
Matt Bowen, Bleacher Report, “Mike Smith Doesn’t Play Offensive Line. He Doesn’t Play Defensive Line.”
The Bleacher Report’s X’s and O’s expert, Matt Bowen, stops by to talk Falcons and NFL with us on during his weekly segment. . . . . .
Dave Choate of the Falcoholic and SB Nation joined Overtime with Jim Murray to talk about the state of the Falcons. While most fans are deeming the Falcons’ season over with a rough start, Choate […]
Yet again Atlanta gave up a huge lead late in the game. The Falcons were able to take the lead in the final two minutes. However, trailing by just one point, Geno Smith was able to march down the field and kicker Nick Folk converted the game-winning field goal as time expired.
Chris Lopresti, WFAN Jets Reporter, “The Jets Are Going Into A Tough Part Of Their Schedule, And It Obviously Begins Tonight.”
Before the Falcons and Jets we check in with Chris Lopresti who covers the Jets to get a look at what they do well and how the Falcons will have to approach the game. . […]
Here we go again! After a bounce back week 4 of the NFL where I was 1-2 on “fa sho” picks and 1-0 on wild card picks, I believe I’m getting adjusted to how teams […]
HEAD COACH MIKE SMITH Opening Statement: “I felt like our guys fought as a football team tonight, but in the end we didn’t make enough plays to get the outcome that we wanted. You get […]
In the Matt Ryan/Mike Smith era there are two things the Falcons almost never do: lose at home and lose consecutive games. They did both against New England Sunday night and are now 1-3 for the first time since Ryan and Smith came to Atlanta.
Matt Bowen, Bleacher Report, “I Want See If That New England Defense Can Hang With That Atlanta Offense”
Matt Bowen jumps on the show for his weekly segment with Mac and Jason to talk about the Falcons loss last week and what to expect from the Patriots this week. . . .
The Atlanta Falcons need to improve their red zone offense and defense if they hope to win games for the rest of the season.