Both of these teams are struggling.
The Falcons are 5-7 and find themselves back inside the top-10 of the 2022 NFL Draft. We take another shot at fixing the abundance of problems on Atlanta’s roster with a 7-round mock draft.
Atlanta’s passing game is a mess of late, and here’s one reason why.
The breezes of change blow through Flowery Branch again.
Davis has thrown himself into giving back to Atlanta since signing with the team.
Steven Means came back, Drew Dalman and Matt Hennessy are still splitting snaps, and Avery Williams is handling returns.
Links by any other name would still be as sweet.
Two teams vying for the AFC East square off, if you’re into that sort of thing.
We could see Hurst back as soon as this Sunday against the Panthers.
Keeping track of which Falcons are rising and falling throughout the 2021 season.
The Falcons get the road team treatment.
Mistakes unravel the Falcons again.
The limitations of these Falcons are readily apparent.
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The rookie seems unlikely to return on Sunday.
The team’s rookie safety was playing a lot against Tampa.
Atlanta will roll into this one fairly healthy.
Dean Pees gets back one of his favorite defenders.
Good news for a team trying to emerge from a captastrophe.
Hope for the best, brace for the worst.
The Falcons will look to avoid a second consecutive sweet at the hands of Tampa.
He will forever live on in Canton, Ohio.
Atlanta goes into this one with a lot to gain and a shorter injury list.
The series is tied at 29.
Falcons and Buccaneers health reports for Friday, Dec. 3.
So you’re telling me there’s a chance?