NFL Network's Kyle Brandt: Atlanta Falcons Quarterback Matt Ryan Could Win MVPNFL Network's Kyle Brandt explains why he believes Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan could win MVP in 2019.
Matt Ryan: Atlanta Falcons Are A 'Deeper And Tougher' Team Entering 2019Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan joins "NFL Total Access" to talk about his team's 2019 expectations, new roster additions and more.
Matt Ryan Discusses How Julio Jones' Absence From Team Workouts Affects ChemistryAtlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan discusses wide receiver Julio Jones' absence from his team's practices.
Falcons Offseason: Quinn Has Freeman UpdateFalcons head coach Dan Quinn analyzes the offseason - and has an update on star running back Devonta Freeman.
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 Moving ForwardFrom "Falcons Playback:" Coach Dan Quinn and Matt Ryan discuss how to move forward during a 4-8 season.
Limping Falcons Shore Up Depth Chart Before Facing RedskinsTheir best linebacker, Deion Jones, won't return for another two weeks at the earliest. Their top running back, Devonta Freeman, is out until December. Their placekicker and career franchise scoring leader, Matt Bryant, is iffy to return this week at Washington.
Falcons Head Into Bye Week Feeling Better About ThemselvesMatt Ryan threw for 379 yards while completing his final 18 passes and the Falcons added another chapter to New York's miserable season, beating the Giants 23-20 on Monday night.
Ryan Chucks For 379 Yards, Falcons Defeat Giants 23-20Matt Ryan turned in another brilliant performance in prime time Monday, throwing for 379 yards and completing his final 18 passes to lead the Atlanta Falcons to their second straight victory, 23-20 over the struggling New York Giants.
Giants Want To Break 3-Game Slide At Wounded Falcons ExpenseThe Giants (1-5) will try to end their three-game losing streak when they face the Falcons (2-4) in Monday night's matchup of last-place teams. Atlanta snapped its own three-game skid with last week's win over Tampa Bay.
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.
Bi-Polar: Falcons Have Gone From High Hopes To Major DisappointmentExpected to be one of the NFL's stronger teams, the Falcons are probably the most disappointing through the first five weeks of the season. Stricken by an epidemic of injuries and plagued by a bunch of close losses, Atlanta (1-4) already faces a three-game deficit in the NFC South and essentially has no more room for error.
Quinn's Quest: How To End 3-Game SkidDefensive end Takk McKinley was succinct. "Man, we got our ass kicked. That's pretty much it."
Falcons Disintegrate Late In 41-17 Loss To SteelersSloppy early and overwhelmed late, the Falcons were run over by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second half of a 41-17 loss on Sunday that dropped Atlanta to 1-4 and left coach Dan Quinn scrambling for answers.
Falcons: Injuries to Defensive Stars Put Pressure on Matt Ryan and CompanyWill the Atlanta Falcons be able to overcome injuries to Keanu Neal, Ricardo Allen and Deion Jones?