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  • Gonzalez Reaches Yet Another Milestone

    2 years, 3 months ago

    It seems like a weekly occurrence, but once again, Tony Gonzalez has padded his already impressive NFL resume. With a 20-yard reception in the second quarter Sunday against Tampa Bay, Gonzalez went over 14,000 yards for his entire career. To put that into perspective, it’s almost eight miles in receiving yards. The milestone makes him [...]

  • Falcons Fan Puts on a Show During Tailgate

    2 years, 3 months ago

    If you’re lucky enough to be tailgating in the Yellow Lot on any gameday at the Georgia Dome, make a point to stop by the ATL Falcoholics setup and you’ll find Mark Cooper there entertaining and feeding the masses. Cooper and his group showed us amazing hospitality as we sought them out for our new [...]

  • Ryan Cool When Game Heated Up

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Matt Ryan earned the nickname Matty Ice for a reason. It was his cool, calm demeanor in the face of ridiculous adversity that gave him the moniker that would follow him to the NFL. Perhaps it should be no surprise then that, during a game that saw him throw five interceptions, Ryan came into the [...]

  • Turner Ties Rison for Second-Most Falcons TDs

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Falcons running back Michael Turner earned some redemption Sunday as he busted a touchdown in during the fourth quarter on first-and-goal from the Cardinals’ 1-yard line. The score tied Turner for second most all-time touchdowns as a Falcon with Andre Rison. The touchdown was Turner’s 56th as a Falcon.

  • Jones Questionable to Return With Ankle Injury

    2 years, 3 months ago

    No, this isn’t a repurpose of last week’s post. Wide receiver Julio Jones is questionable to return to Sunday’s game against the Cardinals with an ankle injury. No word yet on if it’s the same ankle that kept him out of practice all week, but we’ll have an update when available.

  • Falcons Fall Victim to Unusual Rule

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Head coach Mike Smith found out about a little-known rule the hard way during the second half Sunday. After Jason Snelling had fumbled and the ball appeared to have been saved from going out of bounds, thus allowing the Cardinals to recover, the Falcons head coach threw the red challenge flag after seeing the replay [...]

  • Samuel Sidelined with Shoulder, Returns in Fourth

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Asante Samuel left Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury in the first half and hasn’t yet returned. Samuel made a big pass breakup in the second quarter, but came up holding his right shoulder. He left the field and was taken to the locker room. He didn’t return to the sideline until after halftime. His [...]

  • Babineaux Finds End Zone on Fumble Recover

    2 years, 3 months ago

    If you had defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux scoring the Falcons’ first touchdown of Sunday’s game in your office pool, congratulations. Babineaux picked up a fumble forced by defensive end John Abraham on a sack of Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley and returned it 15 yards for a touchdown to put the Falcons within three of Arizona’s [...]

  • Ryan Picked Off Three Times in First Quarter

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Quarterback Matt Ryan knew he’d be under pressure from the most-blitzing defense in the NFL, but he probably didn’t expect that to turn into three interceptions all game, let alone in the first quarter. The Cardinals have come right after Ryan and the Falcons signal-caller has had to make some quick decisions. The first time [...]

  • Falcons Have Rough Start vs. Cardinals

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Sunday’s game hasn’t exactly started out the way the Falcons envisioned. Going to the pass right away, Matt Ryan tried to find Roddy White over the middle on the game’s first play, but the ball went off White’s hands and skipped into the waiting arms of Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson. The Cardinals took over first-and-goal [...]

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