Julio Jones primed for another big game Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is primed for another big performance heading into Week 3 at Miami. Jones torched St. Louis last week for 182 yards on 11 […]
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. . . . .
In just two days of practice, four Atlanta Falcons have already been listed as out for the game against the Miami Dolphins. Can Atlanta give Miami its first loss of the season with such a lack of depth?
John Manasso, who covers the Falcons for FoxSportsSouth.com, joined Overtime with Jim Murray to give us the latest on the Falcons’ injury-plagued roster. Manasso said he’s “not quite ready to say [the Falcons' injuries] are […]
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. . . . .
Michael Schottey, Lead NFL writer for Bleacher Report, joined Overtime to recap Week 1 of the NFL season and the Falcons/Rams match-up. He discussed Sunday’s big injury losses for the Falcons; what the team will […]
HEAD COACH MIKE SMITH Opening statement: “I thought that was a hard fought football game between two physical football teams, and we were able to prevail. We were able to make enough plays during the […]
The 1st regular season game ended in a loss for your hometown Atlanta Falcons in New Orleans to the hated Saints on Sunday by the score of 23-17. A lot of opportunities were squandered for […]
Kristian Garic, WWL New Orleans, On Saints Defense: “It Will Be Like Nothing You Saw In The Pre-Season.”
We check in on the Saints with Kristian Garic of the Saints flagship station, WWL in New Orleans to find out how they are preparing for opening weekend against the Falcons. . . .