Falcons vs. Panthers Week 9 Coverage
From first-round pick to reserve linebacker, Sean Weatherspoon feels right back at home with the Falcons.
Cat Scratch Reader’s Billy Marshall joins me to look at how the Panthers shut down the Falcons in short-yardage situations.
Allowing Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey to roll up well over 100 yards hurt.
The Falcons lost by three points in a game where they did just about everything wrong after the first quarter.
We’ll be interested to see the results.
Coleman’s nonsensical usage is a symptom of a larger problem: Sark still doesn’t understand his personnel.
These Falcons aren’t making excuses.
It might be time to face the music on where the ceiling is for the 2017 Falcons.
It was a costly loss.
Join us at 4:20pm ET as we discuss the Falcons’ disappointing loss to the Panthers.
Atlanta drops a deeply disappointing game on the road.
It’s a testament to how good he is, but you knew how good he is.
Welcome to Week 9’s big matchup, with significant divisional implications.
In a potentially close game, how will the Falcons fare?
Atlanta has to overcome its NFC South opponents to make the playoffs.
Brian Beversluis of Cat Scratch Reader joins us to break down the Panthers.
Can the defense build off a promising performance last week when they travel to Carolina? We aren’t sure. Maybe. Yes. PLUS A BONUS VIDEO THIS WEEK!
In an important divisional game for the Falcons, here are some players to keep an eye on during the Panthers game.
Stopping the run should be no problem, but getting the offense moving may be.
Now with TABLES! The Falcons face the Panthers in their first divisional game of the season. How do these two teams compare statistically?
The team is healthy in time to play their division rival.
The second-year linebacker has really done it all in 2017.
Win in the NFC South, win the NFC South.
Gear up for Sunday’s game between the Falcons (4-3) and the Panthers (5-3).
Join the crew at 8:10pm ET as we preview the Panthers game with special guest Brian Beversluis.
Take one. Only one.
A triumph on the road would mean a lot, but how does Atlanta get there.
With Gabriel largely ineffective and none of the tertiary options stepping up, does Hall deserve a larger share of the offense?