Fact: Calvin Ridley has never eaten a croissant au chocolat
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A lot more football ahead on Monday night.
The Atlanta defense finally showed up in an impressive fashion.
We can finally bring back this series without being sarcastic!
Fact: Matt Ryan hair smells like lavender and brandy
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An impressive feat with still more than half the season to be played.
The 40-23 victory was a breath of fresh air.
Fact: Julio Jones invented slushees
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It’s always better to talk about a win.
Matt Ryan becomes 4th QB in NFL history to put together historic 4 touchdown performance in multiple games
Ryan’s Sunday resurgence was a big deal for Atlanta.
Seriously - where the hell has this team been?
The Falcons got their first win of the season in Week 6, thoroughly dominating the Vikings on the road. Come discuss the victory, the performance of the interim coaching staff, and more with the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 4:10 PM ET.
It is not clear what happened to the team’s WR2.
The team’s starting tight end stayed down on the field after taking a touch hit.
#11 passes Terance Mathis, and now only has Roddy White in front of him.
Few surprises for the Falcons.
Atlanta’s thin along the defenisve li
We’re not an optimistic bunch, even after the coaching changes this week.
In addition, the team will leave two coaches behind when they travel to Minnesota.
"Win" is such a foreign term this year.
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We think Matt Ryan’s due for a bounceback, but if the slumbering Vikings are waking up, Atlanta’s likely in trouble.
Can Atlanta’s offense get back on track in Minnesota?
Here’s the Falcons’ Friday, October 16 injury report for Week 6’s matchup with the Vikings.
The Falcons will gift their next coach and GM a rebuilt offensive line and some stars, but there are deep holes here.
The Falcons already made it clear that they won’t be having a "fire sale" by trading away the team’s top talent. Could Atlanta instead consider trading a few contract-year veterans to save cap space and stockpile draft assets for the new regime?