Showing 1 - 10 of 258 Stories for Atlanta Falcons
THE BIG BLACK ATTACK
Jerry Glanville's recharged Falcons enjoyed a dark victory against the Oilers. ... weekend stuck out like Miss Illinois: the Houston Oilers at the Atlanta Falcons.
A Life After Wide Right
Thirteen years after missing a Super Bowl-winning field goal, the ex-Bill views his worst moment as a step in the right direction
Party of Five
A quintet of strong-armed, agile quarterbacks with tons of ability have risen to prominence in the AFC Central, bringing new life to a position sorely in need of star power
Spring Fling The Falcons' kamikaze kid, Tim Dwight, returned to Iowa to spend the off-season pursuing his second love, sprinting
Something is amiss. Ten weeks after returning a kickoff for a touchdown in the Super Bowl, Atlanta Falcons wideout Tim Dwight has regressed terribly.
The Magnificent 7 The gunslinger from out West, John Elway, cut down the Falcons in rapid-fire fashion to give the Broncos their second straight Super Bowl title
Denver Broncos' 34-19 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. With water splashing on his face, a Cuban cigar in his left hand and an American beer ...
Like Father, Like Son
Ole Miss will never forget Archie, but Peyton is the Manning of the year with recruiters from Oxford to Ann Arbor
On Oct. 16, Brett Favre of the Packers began preparing for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Almost from the moment that Favre lifted himself, slowly and painfully, from his bed, SI's Peter King was at his side—at home, on the practice field, in team meetings. King's chronicle of Favre's week takes readers into the head and heart of one of the NFL's best young quarterbacks
An Old Bird You Beard At Your Peril
Atlanta's Jeff Van Note, 40, is the NFL's oldest player, and after 18 seasons he still has some claws
'They Don't Pay Nobody To Be Humble'
So says Deion Sanders, the defensive back who has lit up the Atlanta Falcons with his gold chains and electric style of play. But there is more than glitter to Prime Time