San Diego Chargers
Perfection! Perfection! Last week the spread was stomped as both “fa sho” picks, Eagles (+1) and Steelers (-3), and the wildcard pick, Bucs (+2.5), covered. This week will be brief as there is only one […]
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Tajh Boyd passed for 340 yards and four touchdowns to break Philip Rivers’ Atlantic Coast Conference career record in No. 8 Clemson’s 55-31 victory over Georgia Tech on Thursday night. Boyd […]
Momentum! Momentum! Momentum! After last week’s 3-1 record, 2-1 on “Fa Sho” picks and 1-0 in the wildcard pick, you can feel the momentum shift. The lone blemish last week came in the no defense […]
Its that time again where I take a look at any potential lock games and pick against the spread. I understand last week things didn’t go so well. The Patriots offense is struggling and did […]
The Dred vs the Spread Each week (Friday or Saturday evening) I will post “the Dred vs the Spread” right here on the “Controversial Truth” with your folk, Notty. I will project up to 3 […]
Overtime with Jim Murray has been previewing each of the 32 teams in the NFL before Draft Day on Thursday, April 25th. Get caught up with the latest draft predictions and moves from the AFC […]
While Atlanta has an impressive home record since Matt Ryan became its quarterback, the Falcons may be more comfortable at QUALCOMM Stadium. With Atlanta’s 27-3 beat-down of the San Diego Chargers, Atlanta improved its all-time record in San Diego to an impressive 6-0.
The Atlanta Falcons remain one of only three undefeated teams in the NFL after yesterday’s 27-3 road win over the San Diego Chargers, leaving the Falcons’ wondering if it’s too early to claim that this […]
One of the drawbacks to playing a Monday Night Football game is that you have even less time to prepare for the following week’s match-up. Less preparation time means a greater chance for injuries. Falcons head coach Mike Smith is not taking any chances with several players sitting out practice this week, but it remains to be seen who will take the field.
With the arrest of Turner, several questions about his availability arose. Smith didn’t give any clear response as to whether or not the Falcons plan on having Turner suit up for the San Diego game.
Simply put, Smith said “there are certain parameters that are set in place by the collective bargaining agreement which is between the NFL and the NFLPA. Those guidelines will be followed in terms of what we can and cannot do. If there is going to be any internal discipline, than that it will stay internal.”