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Super Bowl Sunday Prediction: Falcons or Patriots?

February 5, 2017 • AFC, AFC East, Atlanta Falcons, Front Page, New England Patriots, NFC, NFC South, NFL Playoffs, Opinion, Predictions, PreviewComments (0)

The day we’ve been waiting for all season has finally arrived. It’s Super Bowl Sunday, basically a National holiday across the United States of America. At approximately 6:30 p.m. (eastern time), Super Bowl LI will kick-off in Houston. Will the trend of MVP winners losing in the Super Bowl continue? Tom Brady is looking to [&hellip...

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Revisiting Michael Vick’s Atlanta Falcons Career

February 3, 2017 • Atlanta Falcons, Features, Front Page, History, NFC, NFC SouthComments (0)

With Michael Vick’s retirement party taking place Saturday night, and his former team playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, I figured this would be the perfect time to revisit his six-year career with the Atlanta Falcons. Drafted No. 1 overall out of...

NFC Conference Championship: Packers at Falcons

January 22, 2017 • Atlanta Falcons, Front Page, Green Bay Packers, NFC, NFC North, NFC South, NFL Playoffs, Predictions, PreviewComments (0)

Championship Sunday is here, meaning just three more games left in the 2016-17 NFL season (excluding next weekend’s Pro Bowl). At 3:05 P.M. (ET), the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons will face off in the final game at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome....

NFC Divisional Round Preview: Seahawks at Falcons

January 14, 2017 • Atlanta Falcons, Front Page, NFC, NFC South, NFC West, NFL Playoffs, Predictions, Preview, Seattle SeahawksComments (0)

The best part of January: playoff football. Following a 26-6 blowout win in the Wild Card round against Detroit last week, Seattle will travel down south to Atlanta and try to slow down Matt Ryan’s passing attack in this afternoon’s NFC Divisional...

NFL Week 8: Previewing the Packers/Falcons Match-up

October 30, 2016 • Atlanta Falcons, Front Page, Green Bay Packers, NFC, NFC North, NFC SouthComments (0)

The last time Green Bay was in the Georgia Dome was en route to the Super Bowl, that 48-21 victory that had everybody in Dairy Land believing in the Packers yet again. Here is the link to the highlights. I checked who is still on the roster, and the list is...

2016 NFL Team Previews: Atlanta Falcons

July 21, 2016 • Atlanta Falcons, Front Page, NFC, NFC South, Predictions, Preview, Team PreviewsComments (0)

The third team in the NFC South, the Atlanta Falcons, led by head coach Dan Quinn got off to a roaring 5-0 start last season. After that, however, they went 3-8 to finish the season and wound up going 8-8 and finishing second in the NFC South. After improving...

Fantasy: Falcons Looking to Reduce Devonta Freeman’s Workload

July 11, 2016 • Atlanta Falcons, Fantasy, Front Page, NFC SouthComments (0)

Bad news for Devonta Freeman’s fantasy owners: the Atlanta Falcons want to reduce his workload this year. But hey, this is good news for Tevin Coleman fantasy owners, right? Freeman is coming off a fantastic 2015 campaign, in which he racked up 1,654...

NFC Wild Card Race: Its Status and Our Predictions

November 5, 2015 • Atlanta Falcons, Features, NFC, Seattle SeahawksComments (0)

We’re about halfway through the 2015 NFL season, and we’re finally starting to see some division leaders achieve some separation from the pack. That means that good second-place teams are starting to look around and take stock of the entire conference...

NFL Stock Watch: Teams On the Rise/Fall After Week 8

November 3, 2015 • Atlanta Falcons, FeaturesComments (0)

The games of the NFL’s Week 8 are finally in the books – though thanks to an overtime thrilled in Carolina, things wrapped up a little late this week. Now that the dust has settled, we can start to evaluate what this week meant for the league’s most...

Is The NFC South Division Really Any Good This Season?

October 22, 2015 • Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Features, Front Page, New Orleans Saints, NFC, NFC South, Tampa Bay BuccaneersComments (0)

Last year, the NFC South was an embarrassment. Its best teams were mediocre, its worst teams were abysmal, and no division in football was lousier from top to bottom. The 2014 NFC South champions, the Carolina Panthers, didn’t even have a winning record....