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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) 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 »

3. Matt Ryan’s play This has not been the start to 2017 that Matt Ryan dreamed of following his MVP campaign. After throwing just seven picks all of last year, Ryan has five through the first four games. Ignoring the stats, that are far from the numbers he was putting up a season ago, the eye-test will show a more skittish and unsure quarterback in 2017. He has made some boneheaded decisions that have resulted in turnovers and finally cost the Falcons a game last Sunday. Turnovers are the most obvious blemish so far for Atlanta, and one that the Falcons must fix...Continue reading »

There have been rumors of dysfunction in the Braves organization behind the scenes for weeks. This stirred up a lot of rumors regarding the future of Brian Snitker. John Coppolella had made some snarky comments regarding Snitker, which led many to believe he could be out the door. However, it appears this was more of an internal issue in the front office, and it is now Coppy who is out. It was reported today that the Braves will pick up their option on Brian Snitker, making him manager for the 2018 season: Brian Snitker will return as the Atlanta manager in 2018....Continue reading »

John Coppolella’s resignation came as a shock to the baseball world. While there have certainly been reports of tension in the Braves front office, many felt that this was due to the manager controversy going on with Brian Snitker, as his status seemingly has changed every week. It appears the problems were way bigger than anyone thought. Coppy has reportedly been being investigated by the MLB for rules violations, and frankly being a scumbag to his peers. Coppy has done a solid job of laying the foundation for the Braves rebuild alongside John Hart. While his...Continue reading »