The ballyhooed Super Bowl LI rematch was a dud on arrival thanks to a strong effort by the New England Patriots defense in a 23-7 Pats victory. Advertisements
As Super Sunday lurks in just a few days between Atlanta and New England, it is time for the return of the Super Bowl Drinking Game.
The Atlanta Falcons are headed to the Super Bowl for the second time in franchise history after topping the Green Bay Packers 44-21 in the NFC Championship game on Sunday.
After the Associated Press released its NFL All-Pro team on Friday, it may appear Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan will win his first MVP award in a couple of weeks. Ryan was named first team All-Pro quarterback, beating out Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the honor.
WARNING: THIS VIDEO IS TOTALLY NOT SAFE FOR WORK. During HBO’s Hard Knocks last summer, Mike Smith said there was a building consensus around the league that his team was soft. The jury has reached its verdict on Smith’s assertion and he was positively correct in the aftermath […]
Atlanta traded Deion Sanders, Andre Rison, the Grits Blitz, Jerry Glanville, the publishing rights to 2 Legit 2 Quit, and their entire 2003 draft for the rights to wide receiver Julio Jones.
The New York Giants are headed to Green Bay after humbling the Atlanta Falcons 24-2 on Sunday at MetLife Stadium in an NFC Wild Card game. Atlanta proved to be an unworthy adversary for the Giants by making numerous mistakes. On the first play of the second quarter, […]
The man nearly ripping off Matt Ryan’s head in this picture is Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. The monstrous Suh didn’t win many friends on the Falcons sideline during Atlanta’s 23-16 win on Sunday after Ryan suffered an ankle injury during the second half. According to the […]
I get that it’s the “dress-rehearsal” game for teams around the league during Week 3 preseason action. Yet, what happened in Pittsburgh last night bordered on bizarre. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan finished yesterday’s 34-16 loss at Pittsburgh 22 of 42 for 220 yards with a touchdown and interception…all […]
The Green Bay Packers are in the NFC Championship game after crushing the NFC’s top seed, the Atlanta Falcons, 48-21 on Saturday night. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed 31 of 36 passes for 366 yards and threw three touchdown passes.