Tampa Bay Buccaneers
ATLANTA — The Falcons couldn’t follow through with their plan to gain momentum for the playoffs as Josh Freeman threw a touchdown pass to Mike Williams, Doug Martin ran for 141 yards and the Tampa […]
Everyone knows Atlanta has a great passing attack. Everyone knows Atlanta has a bad rushing attack. With one final regular season game, will Atlanta stick to its status quo or figure out how to fix problems?
With a quarter of the season still left to play, the seeding in the NFL Playoffs has started to take shape. Atlanta has guaranteed at least one home game but of course is looking for the number one seed in the NFC.
Falcons and Bucs kick it on Sunday at the dome. We break down the game and invite Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune on the show to talk about this weekend’s game.
Gorilla Monsoon said it best: “The irresistible force meets the immovable object.” But what happens when both teams appear to be built to exploit the opposite weakness of each other?