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  • Transcripts: Falcons at Cardinals

    Posted Oct 27, 2013

    Head coach Mike Smith and Matt Ryan spoke to the media after the Falcons' 27-13 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.

  • Gameday Coverage Recap: Falcons at Cardinals

    Posted Oct 27, 2013

    Take a look at our entire coverage of the Falcons' 27-13 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.

  • Game Recap: Falcons at Cardinals

    Posted Oct 27, 2013

    Arizona defeats Atlanta 27-13, despite WR Harry Douglas catching 12 passes for 121 yards and eclipsing the 100-yard mark in two straight games for the first time in his NFL career. The Falcons fall to 2-5 on the season.

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  • State Farm Film Session: Falcons vs. Cardinals

    Posted Oct 30, 2013

    Safety Thomas DeCoud breaks down two big plays from Sunday's west coast matchup with the Arizona Cardinals.

  • Smith Breaks Down Loss to Cardinals

    Posted Oct 28, 2013

    Head coach Mike Smith joins 790 The Zone's Wes Durham and Dave Archer to discuss Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on this week's Coach Smith Show

  • Smith: Falcons Need Consistency

    Posted Oct 28, 2013

    After a strong showing against Tampa Bay two weeks ago, head coach Mike Smith found his Falcons showing inconsistent play against Arizona during a loss Sunday and said the team needs to work to find a rhythm

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  • Epic Calls: Falcons vs. Cardinals

    Posted Nov 18, 2012

    Re-live the biggest plays of Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals with the radio calls from Wes Durham and Dave Archer on the Falcons Radio Network.

  • Picking Up the Slack

    Posted Nov 18, 2012

    With Julio Jones slowed by an ankle injury, wide receiver Roddy White caught eight passes on Sunday in the Georgia Dome for 123 yards in Atlanta's 23-19 win over Arizona.

  • Play Until The Whistle

    Posted Nov 18, 2012

    Defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux was a rock in the middle of Atlanta's defensive line. The best play of his day came in the second quarter when everyone stopped after John Abraham forced an Arizona fumble. No whistle was blown, so Babineaux picked the ball off the ground and ran, unobstructed, into the end zone.