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Falcons Camp Observations: Less Than Super With Key Guys Watching

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 […]

92.9 The Game–08/06/2013

Sean Weatherspoon represents "D-block" well versus the Minnesota Vikings. (Photo Credit: Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Walker: Will “D-Block” Have The D-Locked?

After addressing the people in charge of “carrying the mail” so to speak, I will address the Linebacking Corp for the Atlanta Falcons.

92.9 The Game–06/23/2013

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JANUARY 12: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick #7 of the San Francisco 49ers runs the ball against nose tackle B.J. Raji #90 of the Green Bay Packers during the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Candlestick Park on January 12, 2013 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Atlanta’s Keys To Victory For A Repeat Of The ’98 Divisional Game

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).

01/16/2013

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Jerome and Jamie Talk with Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff

Thomas Dimitroff addressed the Falcons playoff philosophy, the rest of the regular season schedule, the return of Sean Weatherspoon and more. . . . .

92.9 The Game–11/23/2012

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A Second Look At The Cardinals/Falcons Game

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.

11/21/2012

ATLANTA, GA - AUGUST 9: Kevin Cone #12 of the Atlanta Falcons runs with the ball against the Baltimore Ravens at the Georgia Dome on August 9, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Falcons and Cardinals May Both Be Without Key Players

Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends, oh my! As the season continues to advance, the injuries continue to pile up for both teams. As always, the question of who has more depth may decide the outcome.

11/17/2012

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Saints Game Took Its Toll On Falcons

Playing your conference rival is always a much more physical and emotional game. Following their first loss of the season, the Falcons may just need a few extra days to recover from this one.

92.9 The Game–11/15/2012

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Atlanta’s Secondary May Find Out Just How Deep They Really Are

One of the rare times in this season that the Atlanta Falcons have more players in their injury report than their opponents. This time, twelve Falcons are on the report while the Saints have just five.

11/10/2012

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Injuries Start To Pile Up On Falcons

Every week takes a toll on players’ bodies. Yet there always seems like certain teams can’t prevent catching the injury bug. That may have just happened to the Falcons.

11/08/2012

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Atlanta’s Streak May Be In Jeopardy Amid Key Injuries

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?

11/03/2012

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