Charles Davis from the NFL Network joined Rick and Jamie this morning. Charles will be on the call fro the Senior Bowl broadcast on the NFL Network Saturday at 4 pm ET. Charles talked about […]
Mays’ win over M.L. King Saturday may have flown under the radar due to the timing of the game, but it was an important result for Region 6-AAAAA. The Raiders are now in first place […]
Michael Schottey, Lead NFL writer for Bleacher Report, joined Overtime to recap Week 1 of the NFL season and the Falcons/Saints match-up. He discussed the Falcons Right Tackle position; the young Corner’s of Trufant and […]
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.
With the ground games of both teams near the bottom both on the offensive and defensive sides, the ability of one team to either establish a running game or prevent one may decide this game.
Atlanta may be one of just two undefeated teams left in the NFL, but that doesn’t mean they’ve been perfect. With another potential trap game against the Oakland Raiders this Sunday, Mike Smith knows Atlanta needs to learn from its mistakes to avoid their first loss of the season.