Overtime with Jim Murray has been previewing each of the 32 teams in the NFL before Draft Day on Thursday, April 25th. Get caught up with the latest draft predictions and moves from the NFC South teams […]
One day before the draft Mac And Jason continue their draft research with Rob Rang of CBSsports.com. . . .
In the second hour of the draft the guys continue their divisional draft outlook. Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer joins with a look at the Panthers draft.
The 2013 NFL Draft will take place this week, so let’s take a look at which holes each team in the NFC South needs to fill to have a successful draft.
NFL schedules have been released and we analyze the Falcon’s along with the rest of the NFC South with Knox Bardeen, who covers the division for Bleacher Report. . . .
It’s tough to consider a team that finished the regular season 13-3 as not having lived up to expectations. Some would say that since Atlanta finally won a post season game for the first time in nearly a decade, the season was a success. Others would argue that because of the way Atlanta finished the season, it should be considered a disappointment.
It may not be simple, but it’s straightforward: a Viking win over the Packers means Atlanta hosts Adrian Peterson and company. A win by the Packers and Atlanta will face whoever wins the Sunday match-up of the Redskins and Seahawks. But which of these three teams gives the Falcons the best chance to win? Read more to find out.
In any competition, there’s always an unknown, an X-Factor that people didn’t count on. For the Falcons, with nearly the same lineups as the 2011 squad, how did they improve from 10-6 to 13-3 this season? What was their X-Factor?
Finishing the regular season 3-3 against the NFC South, expect a lot of questions for the next two weeks about the Falcons still being a one-and-done Playoff team or if they will finally get over the hump.