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Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez mentioned that Sunday's NFC divisional playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks could be the final game of his career. Gonzalez is sticking to his pledge that he is "95 percent" certain he will retire after the season. SOURCE: D. Orlando Ledbetter, Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionFantasy Spin:"It's one and done if we don't win, (so) for me, this could be it," Gonzalez said. "There is no tomorrow. There is no saying, 'We'll get them next year.' It's about going out there and finishing on the right note." Gonzalez is a lock to be in the Hall of Fame as the greatest tight end in NFL history. He has 1,242 receptions, 14,268 receiving yards and 103 touchdowns in his career.
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Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez says this is his last chance to win a Super Bowl.
"For me, obviously, this could be it," Gonzalez said. "There is no tomorrow. There is no saying, 'We'll get 'em next year.' It's about going out there and trying to finish on the right note."
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Matt Ryan has to shoulder all of the pressure for the Falcons' franchise this weekend.
The Wildcard round brought us some pretty bad games. The marque quarterbacks were on a bye so this week should be a lot better.
Here are the quarterbacks and how they stack-up
1) Manning - Peyton Manning is the MVP of the League this year so he has to be the best QB on the board. He...
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has played in three postseason games since being drafted in 2008, he's 0-3, but says he's not feeling the pressure to win.
“I don’t worry about it. I don’t think about it,” Ryan said Wednesday before practice. “My focus is for this locker room and for the guys and the coaching staff that we're all together. We want to...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Falcons defensive end John Abraham was limited in practice for the third straight day on Friday, still hindered by an ankle injury during the regular-season finale.
Atlanta currently lists Abraham's status as questionable for Sundays NFC Divisional playoff clash with Seattle.
Abraham, who led the Falcons in sacks with 10 and ranked third in the NFL in...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. For a number of seasons, Sam Baker ranked high on the list of whipping boys among Falcons' fans.
Left tackle is one of the hardest positions to play in the NFL and when your owner comes out publicly, as Arthur Blank did after last season's 24-2 loss to the New York Giants in the playoffs, and blames the lack of protection for the quarterback for the...
Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones gives position coach Terry Robiskie a lot of credit for helping him make the Pro Bowl in his second season.
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When Seahawks brash cornerback Richard Sherman acknowledges that someone does something well, he really must be impressed. Sherman is usually frank in his assessment of players and teams.
Before the Redskins playoff game, he said “he wasn’t impressed with the Washington receiving corps.”
Obviously Roddy White and Julio Jones, both receivers have a good combination of size...
They share the honors for the best record in the NFL this season at 13-3 with Denver. But, going into Sunday's divisional playoff against Seattle, most of the regular NFL experts say Atlanta fattened up on the easiest schedule in the league.The talking heads are also quick to point out that the Falcons were not only beaten but embarrassed in their playoff appearances the past...
The wild card weekend is over,it's time to separate the men from the boys. Weaknesses that can be hidden on a normal Sunday, will be exposed like George Clinton at an insurance seminar. Atlanta has been very good, dominant at times (just ask the Giants). What does 13-3 and the number one seed in the playoffs buy you? Not a lot of respect if you are the Falcons.People view them...
The Falcons and Matt Ryan have the worst match-up against Seattle if they want to get their first playoff win.
The Wildcard games disappointed for one reason, quarterback play. That will not be a problem this weekend. The marquee quarterbacks are off their bye weeks and are ready to lead their teams onto the field.
Here is a look at the games and my selection of the winners...
Will Matt Ryan get his first ever postseason victory, or will Russell Wilson continue to steamroll the opposition on his way to his second-plus victory?
Arguably the most intriguing game of the entire weekend (save SF-GB), this is finally the game we have all been waiting for though.
Marshawn Lynch (foot) has been running like a man possessed all season long and he has tasted the...
Even with the surging Seattle Seahawks standing in the way, the Atlanta Falcons are confident they can end their recent playoff struggles.
The top-seeded Falcons look to avoid a fifth consecutive playoff defeat while the Seahawks try to continue their postseason run with a seventh straight victory in Sunday's NFC divisional contest at the Georgia Dome.
Atlanta (13-3) is 56...