Falcons Pre-Season Week One Observations

The Falcons got destroyed in their preseason opener by the Bengals, and by the Falcons I mean the back-ups. The starters played very well leaving the game with a 3-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. This includes a Falcons first string offense that was without Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez. The first-string […]


Falcons Draft Two Safties and a Dukie in the 7th

It's compensatory pick time and the Falcons are in for a three course meal. One after another the Falcons just blitzed us with three straight picks and while seventh round players aren't going to have a huge impact, I really like two of the picks (with the other being an unknown to me). With the […]


Atlanta Falcons Mock Draft for 4/20

If you follow the blog or any of us on the twitter machine then you probably know that Zach is a bit of a draftnik. Today on Twitter he gave us an Atlanta Falcons mock draft based on what he believes will happen. We have stolen his tweets and if you look below you will […]


Atlanta Falcons Draft Outlook: Tyler Eifert

The Falcons are entering another draft needing a quality tight end. While we have had Tony Gonzalez since 2009, our birds have lacked a replacement or even complement-quality tight end. Outside of Gonzalez, Thomas Dimitroff has relied upon UDFAs and free agents to fill in our tight end position.     Like I say every […]


Personal Seat Licenses Are Coming to Atlanta

Arthur Blank's new Atlanta Falcons stadium is a go. Blank tells the AJC "The fun starts now, now that we got past the political process." But will the fun start for the fans once the new stadium is built? Sure it will be nice and shiny but how much is it going to cost the […]


Falcons Fans Expectations for Free Agency

The free agency period officially kicks off at 4pm EST today. During the last few weeks we've talked about the Falcons free agents that we think the team should re-sign, we've also discussed some pie in the sky options, some moves that could be in the cards as well as some value options. Yesterday, we touched […]