Tony Gonzalez… Questionable. Sean Weatherspoon… Less Questionable.
Four Downs - Week Seven Falcons Edition
Knox Bardeen, Bleacher Report, "I Haven't Seen This Team This Banged Up In A Very Long Time"
The Hits Just Keep On Coming For AtlantaIt 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, Injury Expert, "We Haven't Seen Roddy White, He's Been A Shell Of Himself"
Karma Catching Up With Falcons? The Injury List Might ConcurIn 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?
Falcons Injuries: "Not Quite Ready To Say It's A Disaster, But It's Not Good"
Can You Play For The Falcons?
D. Orlando Leadbetter, AJC, "There's A Backup At Every Position."
Atlanta's 3rd String Receivers Might See Plenty Of Action Against RamsNormally Falcons wide receivers Harry Douglas and Drew Davis don't get a lot of recognition because they back up Julio Jones and Roddy White. With both starting wide receivers Jones and White listed as questionable, Douglas and Davis might have to work overtime against St. Louis.
Head Coach Mike Smith Press Conference - August 13, 2013
Head Coach Mike Smith Press Conference - August 12, 2013
Falcons Camp Observations: Less Than Super With Key Guys Watching
Atlanta's Keys To Victory For A Repeat Of The '98 Divisional GameThe 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).
A Second Look At The Cardinals/Falcons GameWhen 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.