Falcons - Giants Week 7 Game Coverage
This week’s sacrifice was an obvious choice.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they break down the Falcons’ Monday Night Football victory over the Giants, give an injury update on Brandon Fusco, and discuss where the team is headed after the bye week.
An unforeseen terrific defensive performance, led by their returning star interior tackle, helps the Falcons come out on top in a rare non-shootout.
It was a big win despite the competition, and the power rankings...sort of recognize it.
Sharrod Neasman finds a larger role and the team shakes up linebacker a little bit.
The defense looked both amazing and awful all at once.
Ryan’s in the zone right now, and it’s helped keep the Falcons alive.
A tight win is still a win.
Atlanta’s alive for another week, and I actually had fun watching them win.
The Falcons made it as uncomfortable as possible, but still managed to pick up their second consecutive win on Monday Night Football against the Giants. Come talk about it with the crew of The Falcoholic Live, starting at 11:30 PM ET!
The Falcons head into the bye with their second straight win, and that’s all that really matters.
The 2-4 Falcons need a win to keep pace in the NFC South, which annoyingly won en masse on Sunday.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 7:45 PM ET as they preview tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup between the Falcons and the Giants.
Even our Giants site thinks the Falcons are going to win, but we may be underrating the opponent a bit.
There’s some hedging and throat-clearing, but for another week, mostly optimistic predictions.
Check these prime links before tonight’s game in prime time.
The Falcons are about as healthy as they can be heading into this matchup.
The franchise continues to make steps to honor Vick.
The roof, the roof, the roof will be open!
Some sobering ranks from the folks at Football Outsiders.
It’s not a lot, but at least the team is acknowledging the issue.
Just in case you were wondering what Jones’ importance on the offense was this year.
Falcons’ Calvin Ridley, Grady Jarrett, and Mohamed Sanu all expected to play vs. Giants on ‘Monday Night Football’
Finally, some injury news that isn’t terrible.
Let’s take a look at what might be ahead for these birds.
Both the Falcons and Giants are going to try to start climbing out of their respective divisional basements on Monday Night Football.
Let the good times roll.
The long-term implications for the linebacker position are important.
One of the most baffling personnel decisions of Dan Quinn’s tenure as head coach has been the insistence on starting Jordan Richards at SS. It’s past time that mistake was corrected, as the Falcons have far better options on the roster.
Why isn’t Julio Jones scoring TDs? We’ll have the answers on ‘Thursday Night Kickoff’ on FOX 5 Atlanta
Will they be serious answers? No. Will they be hilarious? Yes.
This may be closer than we’d like.