How do you rate the worth of each professional athlete? Is it simply the statistics they produce or does the money they make from merchandizing and everything else come into play? Regardless of the measurements, Michael Turner simply isn’t worth what the Falcons are paying him.
In a game featuring two of the top passing attacks, leave it to the game being decided on the ground. Atlanta may have trailed the majority of the game, but in the end, they remain the lone undefeated team in the NFL at 8-0.
Dallas may have one big piece of their offense missing for Sunday’s game while Atlanta does have one key piece at defense out. The question is which team will be able to compensate for the loss of their star player?
This morning Rob Calloway joined 105.3 The Fan’s morning crew in Dallas to discuss this Sunday’s Falcons-Cowboys match up at the Georgia Dome and amazingly Rob gave the Falcons nothing but glowing compliments. A Falcons’ […]
Trickery in the NFL is a vital part of keeping the opposition honest. While the majority of trick plays are used one time in a game at most, some plays, like Atlanta’s screen passes, can be used multiple times throughout a single game because of the many options that come out of it.
As the only undefeated team left in the NFL this season, Atlanta goes into its bye week with a full-head of steam. With Atlanta at 6-0, who are the players that are contributing the most and who isn’t performing up to expectations?
For the second week in a row the Atlanta Falcons will be facing a team quarterbacked by a Heisman Trophy winner. While Atlanta is one of the three undefeated teams left in the NFL, the 4-0 Falcons better not take the 2-2 Redskins lightly.
As only one of three teams to start the 2012 campaign out 4-0, the Atlanta Falcons are doing very well. Even though their record may currently be perfect, not all aspects of their game has been. This is a quick breakdown of Atlanta’s good, bad and ugly of their first 4 games.
Talk about a trap game… On paper and based on their performance over the past few weeks it was safe to assume the Falcons would beat the Panthers. Well you do know what they say […]
Cam Newton may not be Superman, but he certainly put up a heroic effort against the Falcons. Amassing 300+ yards, Newton and the Panthers gave the Falcons everything they could handle leaving the game to be decided in the waning seconds.