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Thursday night the Atlanta Flacons scored on the field and in the stands as this woman “allegedly” grabbed the crotch of her boyfriend/husband/beer vendor/match.com date when her Falcons got a first down. Considering the Falcons had more than 25 first downs in the game, the dude must have had a very good night.
Things are bad for the Tampa Bay Bucs this year, but until tonight, we didn’t know how bad. They’re losing 35-0 at halftime to the Falcons, and the score is closer than the game really is.
Welcome to “This Is Totally Your Year,” our overly optimistic preview of the 2014-15 NFL season for all 32 teams. We’ve broken down why every team — yes, even your team (and yes, even your team, Rams fans) — will win it all this year. We’ll also give some reasons for pessimism and even estimate an actual season prediction. Next up: The Atlanta Falcons.
If given the choice between watching real football and listening to Cox talk, I’m not sure what’d I pick anymore.
This one goes out to all of you closeted alcoholics out there who don’t want to be “that guy” at a football game.
— Gradick Sports (@GradickSports) August 8, 2014
Gone are the days of imbibing intoxicating beverages like a plebian — feast on sugar and alcohol all at once while Matt Ryan checks down on 3rd and long.
‘Hard Knocks’ With The Atlanta Falcons Episode 1 Recap: The Difference Between Steak And Kentucky Fried Chicken
It’s been awhile — roughly a year since the last time it started — but football is almost here. As always, the harbinger of the upcoming season is HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” which features the Atlanta “Milquetoast” Falcons.
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.