The Atlanta Falcons endured a disappointing 2020 season that started with an 0-5 start leading to the firing of Dan Quinn. Following the firing of Quinn, the Falcons finished the year 4-7 and were looking for a new head coach and general manager.Read More
After two consecutive articles of the New York teams, now we go south to turn our attention to the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons started the season 0-5 and then fired Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff and ended the season with a 4-12 record. With a new general manager, head coach, and without one of the best players in franchise history, the Falcons rank 24th in the power rankings.Read More
The Atlanta Falcons finally scored their first win of the season against the Minnesota Vikings. This game was expected to be a high-scoring affair. However, the point margin that the Falcons were able to put up against the Vikings was not.Read More
Every year the NFL Network does its top 100 countdown based on the previous season. However, that’s the past, and we want to look forward to the future. Four of our writers have put together a 14 part series, predicting our top 10 at each position. We’ve also included the most under and overrated at each position.Read More
The 2019 season was one of two halves for the Atlanta Falcons. They started the season 1-7 with their only win over the Philadelphia Eagles. After their Week nine bye, the team turned things around, finishing the season winning six of their final eight games. The Falcons finished 7-9 and missed the playoffs, but the strong finish to last season offers fans hope that the team can make the playoffs his season.Read More
Before you bring out the pitchforks and the nasty tweets, the basis for the top 100 needs to be laid out.Read More
Coming off a mediocre 7-9 record, where they missed out on the playoffs. The injuries hit the Falcons defense hard in 2018, names that included Keanu Neal, Grady Jarrett, and Ricardo Allen. In all Eight players would finish on the IR by seasons end. The team made some big shakeups on the coaching side of things. Letting go of three members of their coaching staff, among them offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.
Sarkisian never ended up paying off as the replacement to Kyle Shannahan. The Falcons brought back a familiar face in Dirk Koetter to fill the role, Koetter should adapt well into an offense he helped lead to the NFC Championship Game in 2012. Devonta Freeman was a rookie starting behind Steven Jackson the last season, he was in Atlanta. How will they jell together?Read More