Wide receivers may be at a premium as two of Atlanta’s wideouts are on this week’s report.
As the season gets closer to its conclusion, those little aches and pains start turning into legit injuries. Both the Falcons and Browns are dealing with that as both teams have at least nine players listed and two players each considered “out” this week.
There hasn’t been much to celebrate so far in the first half of Atlanta’s season, but there are some players who are doing their best to give the Falcons chances to win.
As the season has finally concluded, I can truly say this has been a huge disappointment for the Atlanta Falcons. A season with such high expectations ended with a 4-12 record. Roddy White’s “SuperBowl or […]
The big question in the Carolina/Atlanta game is exactly where will the Falcons end up on the 2014 NFL Draft position.
Our hometown Atlanta Falcons hold on to defeat the Washington Redskins by the score of 27-26. The Redskins without Robert Griffin III relied on a “gutsy” performance from Kirk Cousins to stay in the contest, […]
There’s no exact antonym for the word “supremacy.” A very close one is “inferiority.” Whatever the exact opposite of supremacy actually is though, Tampa Bay and Atlanta will be playing to avoid that word as they are now two of the worst teams in the NFL.
Lack of possessions, lack of first downs, too many turnovers etc. Take your pick for why Atlanta couldn’t win their third game of the season.
John Manasso, Falcons writer for FoxSportsSouth.com, joined Overtime with Jim Murray to give the latest updates on the team. Manasso talked about the Falcons’ offensive line issues; Alford and Trufant showing some ability in Week […]
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 […]