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The Hawks are invested in the future. After dodging rebuild talk all summer long, Tony Ressler finally came out a few weeks ago and addressed the rebuilding state of the team with NBA.com’s David Aldridge for the first time. He could not have worded the outlook for this team any better: “Truly, there are three options in the NBA, I would argue: being a contender, being a competitive team, and being young and fun. At least that would be my opinion. And we didn’t have the option of being a contender.” Ressler is right. Hawks fans know this all too well...Continue reading »

The Braves finally have a new general manager amid controversy. The Braves have seemingly been in limbo as an organization since it was announced that the team was under investigation by the MLB. Sanctions are yet to come down but John Coppolella was ousted by the organization. They now have the perfect man for “phase two” of the rebuild: Can report now Anthopoulos is getting #Braves GM job, announcement possible at GM Meetings — Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) November 13, 2017 Anthopoulos was the Toronto Blue Jays general manager from 2009-15, and...Continue reading »

Coming into the game on Sunday it was almost a “must-win” for the Falcons after losing four of their last five games and falling to 4-4 on the season. With the Falcons opening up a home stand with the next four of five at Mercedes-Benz, the birds knew that they had to win at least three of these next five games to have a significant shot of reaching the playoffs, and they started off just the way that they wanted to against the Cowboys. Adrian Clayborn set a franchise record of SIX sacks on Dak Prescott, and the pass defense...Continue reading »

The Falcons return home for the first time in almost a month to face a gliding Dallas team. The Cowboys have won their last three games, while on the flip side, the Falcons have lost four of their last five. Both teams find themselves on the brink of making the second wild card spot through nine weeks of play, as both are looking for a huge win on Sunday evening. Coming into the season, everyone had their calendars circled for this game if they were a fan for either of these teams. We thought that this would be a game between the possibly...Continue reading »

Nobody would have thought after the Falcons hot 3-0 start that the talk around Atlanta heading into their week 10 matchup with the Dallas Cowboys would be whether or not this game is a must-win. But after dropping four of their last five games, including two at home to the Bills and Dolphins, this is a legitimate conversation heading into this weeks matchup. Taking a look at the Falcons next five games: Falcons next five games:CowboysSeahawksBucsVikingsSaints It is going to be a grind — SportsTalkATL.com (@SportsTalkATL) November 5, 2017 It is likely four out...Continue reading »

It was another tough pill to swallow for the Falcons on Sunday as they watched an early 10-0 lead vanish throughout the game. The offense looked as if it was going to click after the first few series of moving the ball, but it never did as they put just seven points on the board in three quarters after scoring ten in the first. The Panthers advanced to 6-3 as the Falcons dropped back to .500 at 4-4 with a 20-17 loss on the road at the Panthers. Matt Ryan and Julio Jones each had great days for the Atlanta offense as each were in the top...Continue reading »

As we look ahead to the game this Sunday, keep in mind that the Falcons have not secured a playoff spot and this is huge opportunity to get a game closer at winning the division. The Falcons start their tough second half schedule off with a big contest against the Panthers on the road. Buckle up and enjoy! It’s a big NFC South clash between the second and third (one game out of first place) Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons. This is the Falcons first division game and the Panthers third. The Falcons took both games against the...Continue reading »

We’re back, folks. Chase Irle talks about the Falcons offensive struggles and the first weeks of the Hawks rebuild. Enjoy! ...

 Depending on how you thought the Falcons season would go, this team is either right were you thought they would be or grossly underachieving. A 3-0 start, including a demolishing of the Packers, halted all talk of a Super Bowl hangover. However, over the past four weeks, far more worrisome problems have been discovered. An immensely talented offense struggling to score against the league’s worst defense, blowing a seventeen point second half lead to the lowly Dolphins, and a trend of undisciplined football have the Falcons sitting at 3-3 and on the outside looking...Continue reading »