When the approximate 71,000 fans entered the Georgia Dome for the Week 15 game between the Falcons and Giants, everyone wanted a good game. What they didn’t know as they headed to the game, that history would be made: an NFL record for futility for New York, and an NFL record of domination by Atlanta.
Dave Choate, who runs the Falcons fan site The Falcoholic, joins Overtime to talk about the huge win for the Falcons over the Giants on Sunday! Check out the full interview below.
While not exactly avenging last season’s Playoff loss to the Giants, the Falcons showed the NFL that they may actually be as good as their record is. Doubters beware: this Falcons team is dangerous.
The beauty of the Falcons passing offense is while you never know which of the Big Three will come up with the big stats, you always know one of them will do just that. However, with Roddy potentially out against New York, Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez may have to work that much harder to ensure Roddy’s production isn’t missed.
After already defeating older brother Peyton in Week 2 this season, Matt Ryan and company now welcome younger brother Eli to the Georgia Dome. Will the Falcons have the same success against Eli as they did against Peyton?
With less than two weeks before the Super Bowl, consumer advocates are warning people to be on the lookout for scams related to the big game. Rhonda Mettler with the Better Business Bureau says you […]
Falcons’ owner Arthur Blank is once again disappointed in his team’s postseason performance saying yesterday that the team is “not where we need to be,” but having to replace both defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder and […]
Following Sunday’s 24-2 loss to the NY Giants we knew that there would be some personnel changes both player and coaches but I had no idea it would happen this quick. Falcons head coach Mike […]
As an Atlanta native I’m embarrassed at the Falcons’ performance yesterday’s 24-2 loss to the New York Giants. 2 Points… Are you serious? You do understand that these are the playoffs, win or go home […]
Former NFL linebacker Lawrence Taylor will serve probation for having sex with a runaway teenage girl. In a New York State court, Taylor was sentenced to six years probation and was ordered to register as […]