Falcons Playback: Green Bay Moving ForwardDJ Shockley and Randy Waters discuss the remainder of the season. Matt Ryan and Dan Quinn are interviewed about the Falcons way forward.
Falcons Playback: DJ Shockley's Top Takeaway From The Green Bay GameDJ Shockley and Randy Waters discuss the top cause of the Falcons loss to the Packers.
Falcons Moving ForwardFrom "Falcons Playback:" Coach Dan Quinn and Matt Ryan discuss how to move forward during a 4-8 season.
Falcons Playback: Falcons/Ravens Game HeadlinesFrom Falcons Playback: Host Randy Waters hits the game headlines and an interview with Falcons coach Dan Quinn.
Deadrin Senat Praises Falcons Coaching StaffGoing from college football to the NFL is a huge adjustment for most players.  Thankfully, Falcons rookie nose tackle Deadrin Senat has a solid defensive line coach - four-time NFL Pro Bowler Bryant Young.
Quinn: No Trade Deadline Activity From FalconsAtlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn isn't anticipating moves before Tuesday's NFL trade deadline. More than that, Quinn says he sees no need for the resurgent Falcons to seek help from a trade.
Signs Of Recovery: Falcons' D In 2 Straight WinsThe overall defensive statistics are still ugly, but two straight wins and improved play from fill-in starters combined to leave Falcons coach Dan Quinn upbeat during the team's bye week.
Battle Of The Cellar Dwellers: Falcons vs. Giants PreviewIt’s the Atlanta Falcons' porous defense against the New York Giants' sluggish offense on Monday night.
The Season Of Injuries: Falcons Devonta Freeman Goes On IRIn another major setback for a team that already has lost several key players, Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman is going on injured reserve.
Falcons Injury Woes Continue: Matt Bryant Likely To Miss Next GameFalcons kicker Matt Bryant is likely to miss the next game against the New York Giants after straining his right hamstring kicking a 57-yard field goal that helped Atlanta snap a three-game losing streak.
Wacky Ball Bounces Falcons Way, Hold Off Bucs 34-29The Falcons (2-4) scored on their first three possessions and held off a wild comeback by Tampa Bay (2-3), avoiding their first 1-5 start since 2007. The Bucs lost their third in a row.