Falcons - Buccaneers Week 15 Game Coverage
Join the crew at 8:10pm ET as they break down the MNF victory over the Bucs and preview the upcoming Saints game.
The Falcons beat the Buccaneers, but some of Atlanta’s worst habits reared their ugly heads again.
So. Many. Mistakes.
The star running back did it all on a dreary Monday night.
Atlanta’s road to the playoffs is a simple one, but three NFC South teams could make it in all.
Atlanta’s got this whole ugly winning business down to a science.
While Tampa Bay lost players left and right, the Falcons stayed healthy.
Atlanta pulls it off, somehow, again.
It was also the fourth-longest field goal in team history.
The Falcons (8-5) need a win to draw closer to the postseason, and the Buccaneers (4-9) stand in their way.
Devonta Freeman will carry the load, and Ben Garland will start at guard for Atlanta.
I mean, obviously.
Not much has changed or can change for Atlanta.
After the Rams dispatched the Seahawks, Atlanta’s road to the postseason just got even easier.
A win Monday night would give the Falcons their ninth win for just the 15th time in franchise history.
Atlanta just has to be wary of a letdown.
When the 8-5 Falcons meet up with the Buccaneers on Monday night, they’ll be looking to stay ahead in the playoff race.
"Show up" is an unfair answer.
As the 8-5 Falcons take on the 4-9 Buccaneers on Monday Night Football, here are some players to monitor during the game.
Dirk Koetter raised the possibility, so we’ll answer the question.
Adrian Clayborn is merely limited, however.
Heading into a Week 15 Monday Night Football match-up, how do the Falcons and Buccaneers compare statistically?
Can the Falcons continue their playoff push heading into the final stage of the season?
The team’s leading sack artist and starting left guard could both miss this game.
Join the crew at 8:10pm as they recap Atlanta’s TNF victory over the Saints and look ahead to the MNF Bucs’ game.
Two cornerbacks who had prominent roles at the end of the 2016 season are switching places.
The mismatch, naturally, favors Atlanta.