The Atlanta Falcons are sitting at 1-3 and already have as many losses in four games as they did all of last season. Poor play and unnecessary mistakes have really plagued the team, and they’re hoping that some recent injuries don’t make it worse.
OFFENSE WR Roddy White – Caught three passes for 28 yards vs. New England (9/29). Has caught at least one pass in 104 straight games breaking WR Alfred Jenkins franchise record for the longest streak in […]
HEAD COACH MIKE SMITH Opening Statement: “I felt like our guys fought as a football team tonight, but in the end we didn’t make enough plays to get the outcome that we wanted. You get […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Tom Brady threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns as the New England Patriots held off a furious Atlanta comeback Sunday night, beating the Falcons 30-23 to improve to 4-0 for the […]
This is one of those good news/bad news for Falcons Nation. The good news is that only one Atlanta defensive player is listed on this week’s injury report. The bad news is that of the seven other players, six of them are offensive starters.
Will Carroll, Injury Expert, On Turf At The Georgia Dome: “It’s The Equivalent To Running On Concrete.”
Bleacher Report’s injury expert, Will Carroll, joins the show to talk about the Falcons injuries and other significant injuries from across professional sports. . . .
Once during my “stellar” college academic career I took a class called Theories of Coaching Football, Basketball, & Track. In that class, The AFCA Football Coaches Bible was the required text book and in that […]
It might be prudent for any Falcons fan to double-check the updated depth chart because there’s a good chance some of the starters for Atlanta are players you’ve never heard of, thanks to the large number of injuries.
Will Carroll stops by for his weekly hit with Mac and Jason to update us on the details of the Falcons injuries and other injuries around sports. . . . .
The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s D. Orlando Leadbetter joins the show to update us on the Falcons injuries and how the team plans to replace them going forward. . . . .