Falcons vs. Bears: Complete Week 1 Coverage
Hot take bustin’ makes me feel good.
Fact: Austin Hooper teaches a stiff-arming class every 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Was it the resilience of the defense, the passing game, or something else entirely?
UP: Austin Hooper. DOWN: Wes Schweitzer.
Seriously, don’t panic.
Our writers react to a close but ultimately satisfying win.
Schweitzer’s first game was uneven, at best, but he’ll have a long leash.
Hall of Fame, we’re coming.
In a game lacking many positives, the pass rush shone.
The Falcons won very narrowly, but they won.
Great quote alert.
The defensive play of the game, at least.
The Falcons won by sacking Mike Glennon on fourth down.
Nice wheels, young tight end.
The Falcons still have plenty of football to play.
As expected, the Bears have it way worse.
Join the crew at 12:20pm ET as we get you hyped up, and also informed, about the Falcons season opener against the Bears.
The Atlanta Falcons (0-0) meet the Chicago Bears (hey, also 0-0) on the gridiron.
This series goes all the way back to 1966 and has actually been pretty even over the years.
We had five questions with Jeff Berckes of Windy City Gridiron, and hell, we learned something!
At least, we think so.
We’re all confident, but let’s temper that a bit.
For the Falcons offense, if not Julio himself.
Here’s Week 1’s final injury report.
This will be a solid test for the Falcons defense as they face a talented O-Line and a solid running attack. Plus a very gritty QB.