The first 3 weeks? Great. The next 3? Not so much. What’s going on with the Atlanta Falcons?
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?
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.
The NFC South has represented the NFC in consecutive Super Bowls, but it goes back even further than that. Are they the most complete division in football?
It’s all Tom Brady this and Dak Prescott thata��with a little Aaron Rodgers sprinkled in. But what about Atlanta’s Matt Ryan for NFL’s Most Valuable Player?
The Bucs may currently be on the outside looking in, but they’re not going away quietly. And, they can shake things up plenty these next two weeks.
Does Arizona or Carolina have one last run left in themselves, or is it simply too late? What’s gone wrong for two of the NFC’s best from last season?
With Atlanta eliminated from playoff contention, we wonder what could have been.
With the season three-fourths of the way done, playoff races are heating up. What have we learned?
What have we learned through week 8 of the NFL season?
Improbable division leaders, exceeded expectations, underwhelming surprises; here’s everything we know through 4 weeks of the NFL season.
No sub-.500 NFL team should host a playoff game.
Lovie Smith has blamed the Buccaneers’ slow start on his inability to implement his system with the pieces he has. But who is the real problem in Tampa: the players or the coach?
The Falcons have followed both of their promising home wins with deflating road losses. Which Atlanta team can we expect going forward?
So far the Panthers haven’t slowed down the way many thought they would. Is a regression coming, or are they for real?
Whose turn is it to win the South this year?
After a lifetime of achievement, does Barber deserve to be in the Hall?