The New York Giants are a hot mess at 1-5. The co-owner has picked sides in the Odell Beckham Jr. and Eli Manning beef. The line can't block and there is no time to get OBJ the ball on deep routes. But running back Saquon Barkley is special. Should be a stone cold blast on Monday Night Football.
The Falcons needed all hands on deck to prevail 34-29 over the Tampa Bay Bucs on Sunday to improve to 2-4. The win may prove costly as kicker Matt Bryant injured his hamstring on his game-winning 57-yard field goal after wide receivers Calvin Ridley (ankle) and Mohamed Sanu (hip) left the game with injuries.
The Bucs opened the season with stunning victories over the Saints and the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles. But they've come back down to earth with losses to Pittsburgh and Chicago. The Bucs, who are coming off their bye week, will be well-rested before facing the Falcons.
Over the 1-4 start, the Falcons have not shown that they can attain their 'standard' of play. The injury-ravaged defense has given up the most points in the league and is also last in third-down conversions rate at 55 percent. The offense failed again when it had a chance to take over a game against the Steelers.
Defensive tackle Grady Jarrett suffered an ankle sprain and will not play against the Steelers. Takk McKinley stops by to discuss how the defense can close out games after blowing their third fourth-quarter lead of the season. Also, we look ahead to the game against the 1-2-1 Steelers on Sunday.
The Falcons fall to 1-3 on the season after they blow another fourth quarter lead. The offense has to step up and carry the team while the defense is adjusting to losing three key players and one reserve. Now, they must travel to Pittsburgh and try to win for the time in the Steel City
The legendary Geoff Hobson, the website editor for the Cincinnati Bengals, stops by to help us breakdown the 2-1 Cincinnati Bengals and how they've been retooled in the 16th season under head coach Marvin Lewis. The Bengals are coming off a 31-21 loss where they gave up 230 yards rushing to the Carolina Panthers.
A rash of missed tackles led to one of the worst defensive performances in recent history by the Atlanta Falcons. The unit, playing without three key starters, was gashed for 534 yards, five touchdowns and three field goals in the 43-37 overtime loss to the New Orleans Saints.
The Falcons will be without another starter in left guard Andy Levitre. Is Wes Schweitzer ready to take over at left guard? We look back on a few items from the Panthers' game and look ahead to facing the New Orleans Saints at 1 p.m. Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Falcons defense overcame injuries and ejections to help slow down Carolina quarterback Cam Newton and the Panthers. Tarrkarrist McKinley and DeVondre Campbell stop by to discuss the effort in the 31-24 victory over the NFC South Division fore.
Falcons defensive end Takkarist McKinely, who wasn't on the field late, had a strong game against the Panthers. Also, linebacker DeVondre Campbell helped to fill the void left by the injury to Pro Bowl linebacker Deion Jones.
With strong safety Keanu Neal (knee surgery) out for the season, Falcons defenders plan to "come harder with it" to replace his physical style of football. The Falcons are 0-1 and looking to rebound against the Carolina Panthers.
Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones reacts to the contract New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. received from the New York Giants and discusses his offseason social media cleanse. Also, offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian and cornerback Deante Burton stop by before the season opener against the Eagles.
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan discussed the "cumulative whole" of the exhibition season and the practices that will have the team ready for the regular season. Don't be alarmed by their 0-3 record in exhibition games.
At the halfway point of the exhibition season, we take an in depth look at where the Falcons are heading into the 2018 season. There are a lot of things going well, but the pass rush has yet to surface. Should offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian stay downstairs calling the plays like a college coach and several other issues are discussed.
Third-year linebacker De'Vondre Campbell discusses how the defense is performing and what will be the unit's plan against the New York Jets on Friday night. Also, rookie cornerback Isaiah Oliver discusses how his transition into the NFL is coming along.
In exclusive interviews, Falcons linebacker Duke Riley discusses his plan for the season and rookie defensive tackle Deadrin Senat discusses his relationship with Grady Jarrett and the opportunity he has to get on the field early for the Falcons.
Falcons star wide receiver Julio Jones plans to hold out of training camp and the team is not planning to restructure his contract. This is a reverse-salary cap casualty situation. Instead of team cutting a player before his contract runs out, the Falcons will have to restructure Jones' contract it at some point.