- The World Cup Draw Host Was A Brazilian Actress/Model That Looks Like This
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- Magic Johnson Discussing His Pre-HIV Sex Life With Oprah Is Unnerving
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- Column: Because Of Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo For Golden Ball
Earlier in the season, we tried to get a bead on which team would be the NFL’s worst. It was really tough. Back then, the Steelers looked nearly as bad as the Jaguars. Our sample sizes were small. We were mostly going on gut feelings and the eye test.
Now we know which teams really are bad. It’s one thing to lose games. It’s another thing to lose nine of them. In a row.
The wide receivers are injured. The tight end is hurting. The star RB is a has-been. Scott Engel and Adam Ronis look at the dimming fantasy prospects in Atlanta.
Maybe the most ambitious architectural concept yet. Sure, it’ll be beautiful and make you feel like it’s 2075, but you’ll pay for it. Falcons fans: Get ready to join the individual seat license ponzi scheme like the rest of us…
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlight at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we take a look at the Atlanta Falcons. Downgrading an already shitty defense. Super Bowl expectations. Matt Ryan’s fleet of Bentley’s. Guys, get in here. On three. One…two…three… WE SUCK!
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.