The news just keeps getting better for the Falcons, as they prepare for the Dolphins in week three. Today, we all found out that linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is going to the “short-term” injured reserve and […]
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. . . . .
Normally Falcons wide receivers Harry Douglas and Drew Davis don’t get a lot of recognition because they back up Julio Jones and Roddy White. With both starting wide receivers Jones and White listed as questionable, Douglas and Davis might have to work overtime against St. Louis.
On the number of snaps the 1st team will get: “Well, were going to see them play more than they did the first ball game. Then we’ve got some specific guys we want to play […]
On how today’s practice went preparing for the Ravens: “Well, we’re not really in preparation for the Ravens. We spent today working specific situations that were in our install, still installing offensively and defensively. We […]
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — It’s still early August and the Falcons have plenty of time on their hands, but it was still far from ideal that two of their best young players were not on […]
After addressing the people in charge of “carrying the mail” so to speak, I will address the Linebacking Corp for the Atlanta Falcons.
The last time the Atlanta Falcons won consecutive playoff games was when the 1998 14-2 Falcons made it to Super Bowl XXXIII. Their first opponent in the NFC Playoffs? A 49ers team lead by Steve Young and Terrel Owens (before the huge ego).
Thomas Dimitroff addressed the Falcons playoff philosophy, the rest of the regular season schedule, the return of Sean Weatherspoon and more. . . . .
When a team commits six turnovers in a game and still leaves a winner there are usually one of two reasons why this happened: the losing team played even worse or the winning team is good enough to overcome their mistakes. Looking at the Falcons’ body of work this season, the reason is probably the latter one.