Relive the Falcons Divisional Round win over the Seattle Seahawks as you get set for Sunday's NFC Championship
Follow WR Mohamed Sanu around at the Georgia Dome as he was mic'd up for the Falcons vs. Seahawks game
NFL Network's Deion Sanders and LaDainian Tomlinson preview the Green Bay Packers' championship round game with the Atlanta Falcons and tell you what they'll be watching out for in the game
Go inside the Falcons' locker room to hear head coach Dan Quinn's speech following Atlanta's 36-20 win over Seattle
The Falcons offense continued to dominate while Atlanta's defense forced two key turnovers, all leading to the 36-20 win. Watch the highlights here
In their first playoff game since the 2012 season, the Falcons took down the Seahawks, 36-20, to advance to the NFC Championship Game. Here are five things to know from the Georgia Dome.
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan said Saturday was the loudest he’s ever seen the Georgia Dome get, giving credit to all of the fans
Head Coach Dan Quinn credits the consistent approach his team took in regards to the way they prepared as the main reason his team was able to beat the Seahawks
QB Matt Ryan completed 26 of 37 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns against the Seattle Seahawks in the Divisional Playoffs.
Atlanta Falcons safety Ricardo Allen flies in to pick off a fluttering pass from Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and returns it 45 yards.
Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman makes impressive catch over defender then jukes another defender and runs for 53 yards.
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The Falcons ended their regular season in style, taking down the Saints and earning the No. 2 seed in the NFC. Here are five things to know from the Georgia Dome.
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As playoff history suggest, the difference between being a #2 seed, versus a #3 or #4 seed is bigger than most may realize.
The NFL has moved the Saints-Falcons game to 4:25 p.m.
The Falcons are headed to the Playoffs as the NFC South champions.
The Falcons on Saturday won their 10th game of 2016 by taking down the Carolina Panthers in decisive fashion. Here are five things to know from Bank of America Stadium.
Falcons head coach Mike Smith announced Monday that quarterback Matt Ryan suffered a sprained left shoulder late during Sunday's NFC Championship game and that he'll miss the Pro Bowl.
After 16 years and a resume that most assuredly promises induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on his first ballot, tight end Tony Gonzalez said after Sunday's game that he pretty much has his mind made up about his future.
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Defensive end John Abraham and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux are questionable for Sunday's NFC Championship game against San Francisco
Hours before the gates open and the game kicks off, Falcons kicker Matt Bryant has already been through every imaginable kick hundreds of times, if only in his head — something that allows him to stay calm during high-pressure moments.
It may have been their first playoff win under Mike Smith, but the Falcons were very familiar with the situation that won them the game, a situation that gave them a chance to defy the odds.
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Defensive end John Abraham was limited again in practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday against Seattle. William Moore and Dunta Robinson are probable.
Head coach Mike Smith provided an injury update Monday and things look positive as they head into their divisional round playoff game against Seattle.
The Falcons don't have to look very far to find inspriation this week. With this year possibly being the final ride for the Falcons' three eldest statesmen, the natural reaction is to do it for Tony, Todd and Mike.