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If The New Atlanta Falcons Stadium Actually Has Any Of These Features, The World Will Be A Better, More Jetsons-Like Place
If Roger Goodell checks that crevasse under his right buttock, he’ll be able to finance this project singlehandedly.
Atlanta Falcons Sign Brian Banks, Former Top Prospect Who Spent Five Years In Jail On A False Rape Accusation
You might’ve heard Brian Banks’ story before. In 2002, Banks pleaded no contest to rape and spent five years and two months in jail on the advice of his lawyer, despite no DNA evidence and Banks’ complete innocence of the charge. Now he’s got a serious shot at the NFL.
That would be an X-ray of Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud’s middle finger. Fingers are not supposed to look like that, we’re pretty sure.
After the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Atlanta Falcons 28-24 in the NFC Championship game, violence erupted outside the Georgia Dome when a 35-year-old Falcons fan began arguing with an unidentified 49ers fan. The Falcons fan eventually punched the 49ers fan, who responded by reaching into his pocket, grabbing a knife and stabbing the Falcons fan in the throat.
San Francisco started today’s game by falling down 17-0 to the Atlanta Falcons. With Frank Gore’s touchdown in the fourth quarter, they’ve come all the way back to take a 28-24 lead. Sadly, Gore’s touchdown was the least of Atlanta’s worries.
The NFC Championship Game is a big game. Atlanta’s Thomas DeCoud knows this. That’s why he busted out this special flavor (flava?) after breaking up a pass early in the first quarter against San Francisco.
Yes, the last minute of this game was crazy, but it might be time to put Brian Billick in a home. Despite what the scoreboard in front of him says, let alone the final moments of the game he just spent three hours watching, Billick thinks the Seattle Seahawks just defeated the Atlanta Falcons.
Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch pounded home the game-winning touchdown from the two-yardline with just 31 seconds remaining to give the Seahawks a short-lived 28-27 lead over the Atlanta Falcons, but not without a little drama.