Falcons - Steelers Week 5 Coverage
Join the crew at 8:10 PM ET for Episode 55 of The Falcoholic Live! We’ll be breaking down that horrifying Week 5 loss, discussing where the Falcons go from here, and previewing Sunday’s matchup against the Buccaneers.
Don’t expect the Falcons to get the benefit of the doubt the rest of the way.
Without a near-flawless offensive performance, it’s going to be difficult for the Falcons to remain competitive against good teams.
What was illuminated was not pretty.
Ryan Schraeder, Foye Oluokun, and Sharrod Neasman spoke about what went wrong in Pittsburgh and how the team plans to move forward.
What happened, exactly?
What should have been a great season has become a disappointment, and the Steelers game was the biggest one yet.
All the news that’s fit to print about a game that wasn’t fit to watch.
Oh, you know, just 15 years ago.
There will be angry takes about the Falcons’ abysmal loss to the Steelers. Come share yours with the crew of The Falcoholic Live, starting at 4:20 PM ET.
The Falcons are all but officially done in 2018, a season lost to injuries and poor performance.
It’s time for Atlanta to get back on track in Pittsburgh.
It’s a pessimistic group this week after two straight losses.
The team is still hurt, but hope springs eternal.
The Atlanta defense has struggled as of late. It doesn’t look like things are going to be any better this week.
What can Devonta Freeman provide in his return from injury? Can Ridley keep up the pace? Will a leader emerge on defense? We take a closer look at some of the most interesting players to watch when the Falcons take on the Steelers in Week 5.
Unsurprisingly, both teams have to be worrying about their defenses.
Start everyone. Well, almost everyone.
We asked Behind the Steel Curtain five questions and got five good (but not encouraging) answers.
We already knew Grady Jarrett was out.
The Falcons (1-3) take on the Steelers (1-2-1) in what is shaping up to be a must-win game for both teams. How do Atlanta and Pittsburgh compare statistically on offense and defense heading into Week 5?
In the battle of two desperate teams, can the Falcons finally come out on top in another likely shootout?
The Falcons (1-3) meet the Steelers (1-2-1) in a battle of two of the NFL’s biggest disappointments through four games.
These are the Falcons to watch closely heading into the Steelers game.
How can this defense slow down the Steelers offense? Tune in for some great ideas.
Let’s hope so, or there is no hope.
This is what a couple of weeks of communication errors will get you.