New Orleans Saints
Molly Qerim joined Rick and Jamie this am to talk NFL. Molly talked about tonight’s game on the NFL Network, who’s to blame for her Giants this season and what Jim Irsay had to say […]
A medical examiner near Atlanta says former San Diego Chargers safety Paul Oliver has committed suicide.
The New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers are a combined 0-9. The San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons, the two teams in the NFC Championship Game last season, are both 1-2. The Kansas […]
Matt Bowen, Bleacher Report: “Matt Ryan Had To Retreat, Throw Off His Back Foot, That Ball Had No Juice On It”
Bleacher Report’s Matt Bowen drops by for his weekly spot. The guys talk about the opening weekend in football and how the Saints were able to beat the Falcons. . . .
Just like against San Francisco in last year’s NFC Championship game, Atlanta built up a double-digit lead in the opening quarter, only to give it away in the end. Atlanta also had a chance to win the game but came up short.
The 1st regular season game ended in a loss for your hometown Atlanta Falcons in New Orleans to the hated Saints on Sunday by the score of 23-17. A lot of opportunities were squandered for […]
After an eventful opening weekend on the college gridiron, the 2013 football season will be in full swing tonight when the NFL kicks off. This year’s opening weekend includes rematches of several playoff games from […]
Now that the trial and error period has ended, it is now time for the regular season to begin. Your hometown Atlanta Falcons will be travelling to face their arch nemesis the New Orleans Saints […]
Matt Bowen, Bleacher Report, “If You Watch Atlanta And New Orleans On Tape They Use A Lot Of Different Personnel Groupings”
Matt Bowen joins Mac and Jason for his weekly spot on the show to talk about NFL Kickoff weekend, the Falcons, and Chip Kelly’s offense. . . .
Jeff Darlington joins the show from New Orleans where he will be covering the Falcons/Saints game this weekend. The guys discuss Sean Payton’s return, the Saints defense, the Falcons secondary and more. . . .