The Falcons have the No.1 scoring offense and the Pats have the No.1 scoring defense. Who's got the edge in Super Bowl LI?
Who has the edge between the Falcons' No. 1 offense and the Patriots' No. 1 defense? Does Bill Belichick have any tricks up his sleeve? Should winning players visit the white house if they oppose Trump? PFN breaks down all aspects of Super Bowl LI.
The Atlanta Falcons, stocked with young playmakers on both sides of the ball, would appear to be championship contenders for years to come. Here's why they should treat Super Bowl LI as if it were their last.
With tight end Martellus Bennett questioning whether he would visit Trump's White House should the Patriots win the Super Bowl, the Pro Football Now crew debates what's right to do as both an athlete and citizen.
You probably think Atlanta is a lousy sports town. But Will Leitch, who lives in Athens, Georgia, argues that the Falcons, and especially their fans, deserve to win Super Bowl LI.
Points won't be hard to come by when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers visit Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons with a Super Bowl trip on the line. But which high-powered offense has the edge?
Julio Jones' first six seasons are comparable to any receiver's in NFL history, but a win in Super Bowl LI could place him among the all-time greats.
Winning five Super Bowls would be a record for both Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, but would it matter more for New England's star quarterback or head coach?