Will these teams answer the call?
Atlanta is back on track.
Week 11 of the NFL season has come and gone, with the Cowboys, Seahawks and Rams all searching for answers. Will they find them?
This NFL season has been a strange one, and it sure hasn’t been shy with surprises.
This week, the Atlanta Falcons need to wake up.
As another week of NFL action passes, we see a clear picture taking shape.
The Steelers are suddenly a force, but Week 8 brings up plenty of questions around the NFL.
This isn’t good news for the Patriots.
Can we confidently say which NFL team is the best in the league at this point?
The first 3 weeks? Great. The next 3? Not so much. What’s going on with the Atlanta Falcons?
With Trump grabbing all the wrong headlines, why’s he talking so much about the NFL?
If Sunday’s Falcons/Lions game taught us anything, it’s that Detroit isn’t going away.
Our own Harv Aronson went 11-4 in Week 1; will he build on that performance? More importantly, though—will the New England Patriots bounce back?
We’ve chronicled the NFC South plenty leading up to this NFL season. Now we ask: are the Atlanta Falcons still the team to beat?
It’s that time of year again, football fans. Another NFL season is almost here, so what can we expect? It’s all in the probabilities.
10 NFL teams passed on Big Ben Roethlisberger back in 2004; the Atlanta Falcons were one of them. Were they one of the few sides that ended up better off?
The NFC South is wide open, but not without its glaring weaknesses. Is Atlanta in for a letdown? What’s Carolina capable of? Will the Saints find a defense?
The NFC South might be the most competitive division in football heading into 2017. But defense is crucial, especially for the ever-improving Bucs.