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Atlanta Falcons: Happy with title, but plan to keep pedal to metal
ajc.com Updated Dec 3, 2012
Back in 2010, Atllanta fans hold up a sign proclaiming the team's NFC South champions' status prior to the Falcons clinching home field advantage in the post-season against the Carolina Panthers during the final week of the NFL's regular season. (Kevin …Share Tweet
‘Let them play!’: Bob Watson fondly recalls ‘Bad News Bears’ movie filmed at Astrodomeyahoo.com Dec 3, 2012NASHVILLE - Bob Watson has held many roles during his life in baseball. He was an MLB vice president, a World Series-winning GM of the Yankees and he hit 184 home runs over a 19-year career that includes time with the Astros, Yankees and Braves. One ofShare TweetESPN.com Dec 3, 2012It’s been a fairly quiet day in the NFC South with the Falcons taking an extra day off after a Thursday night game, Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano saying the team still is awaiting test results on an injury to kick returner LeQuan Lewis and New Orleans inShare Tweet
Bobby Hebert Is Convinced It Was "African-American" Falcons Fans Who Egged The Saints' Busdeadspin.com Dec 3, 2012When the Saints arrived in Atlanta for their Thursday night game, they were greeted by having their team bus egged by airport workers. Finally, Bobby Hebert had the guts to say what I'm sure everyone was thinking: it was black people, right? More »Share TweetCNNSI.com Dec 3, 2012NASHVILLE -- An idea has germinated in the minds of some clubs that Josh Hamilton can be had for as little as four years. I don't blame teams such as the Red Sox, Orioles, Brewers and Mariners for thinking Hamilton comes with enough concerns (injuries, …Share TweetThe Falcons clinched the NFC South title from their collective couch yesterday, when the Broncos beat the Buccaneers. And amazingly, the 11-1 Falcons could wrap up the top seed in the NFC playoffs next week, with a win and some help. According to Pat Ya…Share TweetESPN.com Dec 3, 2012Sunday’s loss by Tampa Bay didn’t completely take the Buccaneers out of the playoff picture. In fact, they remain right on the fringe. If the season ended today, the Falcons, 49ers, Packers and Giants would be in as division winners and the Bears (8-4Share Tweet