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  • Transcript: Mike Smith Monday News Conference

    Posted Dec 10, 2012

    Head coach Mike Smith spoke to the media less than 24 hours after Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers during his weekly day-after news conference.

  • What They Said: Falcons At Panthers

    Posted Dec 10, 2012

    It wasn't a nice day for the Falcons on the road in Charlotte on Sunday. With first-half struggles, the Falcons couldn't get themselves back in the game and fell to Carolina 30-20.

  • Transcripts: Falcons at Panthers

    Posted Dec 9, 2012

    Head coach Mike Smith and quarterback Matt Ryan react after Sunday's game against Carolina at Bank of America Stadium.

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  • State Farm Film Session: Falcons vs. Panthers

    Posted Dec 13, 2012

    Center Todd McClure breaks down two key touchdowns from last Sunday's divisonal game against the Carolina Panthers in this week's State Farm Film Session

  • Attention Turns to Giants

    Posted Dec 10, 2012

    The Falcons are always aware of the 24-hour rule, win or lose, and head coach Mike Smith told Wes Durham and Dave Archer on the Coach Smith Show that Atlanta will quickly put Sunday's loss in the past and move on to focusing on the Giants

  • Falling Short

    Posted Dec 10, 2012

    The Falcons came up short on the scoreboard in Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Panthers and head coach Mike Smith said it was a product of the team not playing up to its abilities in all three phases of the game

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  • A Bumpy Road Trip

    Posted Dec 9, 2012

    Quarterback Matt Ryan threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns, but the effort wasn’t enough in Charlotte, N.C. The Falcons fell to the Carolina Panthers 30-20 Sunday as the Falcons fell to 11-2 on the season.

  • Providing Pressure

    Posted Dec 9, 2012

    Defensive tackle Vance Walker recorded his career-best third sack of the season against the Carolina Panthers Sunday.

  • Growing in Different Roles

    Posted Dec 9, 2012

    Cornerback Robert McClain, who has played most of the season as Atlanta’s nickel corner, flourished as the starting cornerback Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. His eight tackles led the team.