Falcons - Redskins Week 9 Coverage
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they break down the Bruce Irvin signing, recap the dominant win over Washington, and preview Sunday’s game against the Browns.
A resounding victory with very little to gripe about.
Atlanta’s settled into a groove, and their performance and snap counts indicate that’s a good thing.
We only gave up 14 points? Nice!
That was more like it.
Atlanta put together their most dominant effort of the season at a very good time.
I don’t know if they can keep this up, but it’s a note of hope in what previously looked like a lost season.
Julio Jones scored a TD and the Falcons thrashed Washington on the road in Week 9. Come celebrate the win with the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 4:20 PM ET.
The Falcons went into Maryland to face a 5-2 team with a tough defense and came out with a 24 point win.
The Falcons kick off the final nine games with a road matchup in Maryland.
It’s a curious move with the team’s depth issues.
Atlanta’s not much healthier after the bye week, unfortunately, and they’ll head into a tough road matchup next.
Three Falcoholic writers take a swing at predicting the outcome of this one.
The Falcons are facing one of their easier matchups on offense, but must be wary of what Washington can do in turn.
The ultra reliable long snapper should be a Falcon into the 2020s.
Isaiah Oliver is up with a chance at making a case for more playing time.
Check out our staff’s picks for this week’s games.
This run defense is one of the stoutest in the NFL.
The 5-2 Redskins will host the 3-4 Falcons, who are looking to get to .500 and continue their bizarre season.
The good guys head to D.C. to take on the Redskins.
The Falcons could be missing one of their top two cornerbacks Sunday.
We know they’ll have to if we want to win.
Will the Falcons be ready to cope with one of the more physical teams in the league?
Our staff roundtable examines what lies ahead in the next nine games and delivers opinions.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they break down all the action at the trade deadline (or lack thereof), discuss the recent free agent additions, and preview Sunday’s Week 9 game against Washington.
An interview with Jeff Schultz at The Athletic is more interesting for what it doesn’t illuminate than what it does.
What are the odds? It’s not just a rhetorical question.
The Falcons seem intent on shoring up their line depth.
The Falcons will need a stellar back nine to insert themselves into the playoff hunt. Here’s who they’ll have to overcome to get there.