It's as if NFL coaches don't know situational football. 4th and 29 on their own 37, Baltimore looked like they were out of it. After barely hanging on against Byron Leftwich and the Steelers, they were about to fall to 8-3. They weren't going to lose to the Patriots. They weren't going to lose [...]
When the Atlanta Falcons gather in the meeting room at the beginning of each week, they can always count on coach Mike Smith putting one thing on the board.
Smith has made that a priority during his five years as coach, and the Falcons are sure following his lead this season. Atlanta is 5-0 for the first time in franchise history and has a plus-10 edge in turnovers...
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October 10, 2012
Both the Giants and Falcons are equally hungry for a playoff win. Big Blue hasn’t had one since they beat the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. The Falcons are 0-2 in the playoffs under Mike Smith and with Matt Ryan at QB. As usual, Ralph Vacchiano leads our Giants coverage, which will get ...