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The Atlanta Falcons have secured home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs but as the 2012 NFL regular season comes to a close, it’s never too soon to look ahead. The Falcons will look to see if they can finally win a playoff game in the post-season before preparing for the start of free agency and the 2013 NFL Draft. Now that the 2012 regular season has ended, it’s time to look ahead to the Atlanta Falcons 2013 NFL regular season schedule.
The NFC South teams will play their typical home and away series with divisional rivals in 2013. The South teams will also play teams from the AFC East as well as the NFC West. At-Large games, which are determined by how teams finish the season in their respective decisions, will be played against teams from the NFC East as well as the NFC North.
2013 NFL Regular Season Schedule Atlanta Falcons
Home- Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, New York Jets, At-L...
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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith said that starting right cornerback Dunta Robinson is in the NFL's concussion protocol but "is moving through it at a very good pace" and said he "fully" expects both Robinson and defensive end John Abraham to play in the team's playoff game on Jan. 13.
The Falcons appear to have caught a couple...
William Moore is missing his fourth straight game with a hamstring injury, and the Falcons' secondary also is without cornerback Christopher Owens against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Chris Hope is starting for Moore. Owens also has a hamstring injury.
Wide receiver Roddy White, held out of practice this week with a knee injury, is starting. White continues his streak of not missing...
Atlanta defensive end John Abraham injured his ankle late in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers.Fantasy Spin:It didn't look good but luckily the Falcons are off next week so perhaps Abraham will be back to full strength by then. If not, Lawrence Sidbury would likely start in his place.
Opponent: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Where: Georgia Dome
Time: 1 p.m.
Records: Falcons (13-2, 3-2 in NFC South); Buccaneers (6-9, 2-3).
Point Spread (Danny Sheridans odds as published in USA Today): Atlanta is favored by 3 with an over of 46.
Key Offensive Matchup
Any time an opponent has the worst pass defense in the NFL, as Tampa Bay does, thats something a team should look to exploit...
The Atlanta Falcons lost a pair of starters on defense
yesterday during their 22-17 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, lineman John
Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
The Falcons lost starting cornerback Dunta Robinson to a head
injury in the first quarter and defensive end John Abraham to an ankle
injury in the fourth quarter. Abraham was...
The Bucs wanted to end the season with a win and snap a five-game losing streak. After beating the Falcons on Sunday 22-17, they did just that and gave some sense of optimism for 2013. The Falcons put their starters in for the entire game even though they had the number one seed locked up for the NFC playoffs. On the other sidelines, Tampa Bay played their best football in all three...
When can a loss be better for a professional football team than a win? Most NFL players and coaches likely would say never. Unless, somewhere during the loss a new team star who was on the trading block is discovered.Which still translates to pretty much never.As I watched the Atlanta Falcons lose 22-17 at home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the last regular season game, I tried...
According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com, Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter will be interviewed by four teams as a potential head coaching candidate.@foxsports.com has learned #Falcons OC Dirk Koetter set to interview this week 4 HC jobs with #Eagles, #Chiefs & #Browns. Story coming ASAP— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) December 31, 2012Koetter is in his first...
The Atlanta Falcons may live to regret playing their regulars in Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs already wrapped up, the Falcons had nothing on the line against the Buccaneers, who were already eliminated from postseason contention. In something of a worst-case scenario, the Falcons not only lost the game, 22-17, but they...