Archive for the ‘Atlanta Falcons’ Category

The 300: #24 Morten Andersen

Kickers are always a controversial choice in any list like this, but how could we ignore this guy?

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The 300: #13 Devin Hester

Yesterday, The 300 brought you one of the Hall of Fame’s most recent entrants. Today, it is the turn of one of the NFL’s most recent retirees.

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The 300: #5 Eric Dickerson

The fifth name on our list should really need no further introduction…

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ROSTER CUTS: Big Names Who Didn’t Make It

It’s been an odd weekend in the NFL. For the first time, the League decided to cut rosters from 90 to 53 after the final preseason game, rather than doing it in increments between the final two contests. It has made for a brutal few days, and some big names suddenly found themselves without teams.  

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DRAFT PREVIEW: Pick 31 – Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons were so nearly NFL champions in 2016. Which players will they choose to take them that one vital step further?

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OFF-SEASON TRACKER: NFC SOUTH – UPDATED

Our off-season trackers cover all of the important moves that each team makes between the end of the 2016 season and the start of the 2017 one.

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SUPER BOWL LI – Patriot Grit Overcomes Falcon Aggression

Once again the Super Bowl delivered a thrilling contest, with New England taking the victory on the first drive of the game’s first ever period of overtime. It all went horribly wrong for Atlanta, and we thing that we know why.

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SUPER BOWL LI – How to Win on Special Teams

We conclude our tactical preview of Sunday’s Super Bowl with a look at the vital third component of each team – the special teams units.

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SUPER BOWL LI – How to Beat the Patriots’ Offense

In the fourth of our ‘How to…’ looks at Sunday’s Super Bowl we focus on the Patriots’ unusual offense.

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SUPER BOWL LI – How to Beat the Falcons’ Offense

The 51st Superbowl is fewer than 72 hours away, so we continue our build-up by looking at ways to stop the Atlanta offense.

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