Sunday, January 21, 2018

Quinn: I am past, not over Falcons’ Super Bowl collapse

"Yes, I am past it, but I'm not over it," Quinn said. "And I never will be."

Falcons’ new coordinator says alcoholism a daily battle

During a conference call introducing the Falcons' new offensive coordinator, he talked openly about the battle with alcoholism that cost him his last head coaching job in 2015.

Falcons’ coaching shakeup continues; Manuel to lead defense

The Atlanta Falcons on Friday continued the dramatic remaking of their coaching staff following their Super Bowl loss by promoting Marquand Manuel to defensive coordinator. The Falcons also hired Bryant Young as defensive line coach and two assistants received new titles. Raheem Morris was named wide receivers/passing game coordinator and assistant head coach, while Doug Mallory was promoted to defensive backs coach.

Falcons shaking up defensive staff after Super Bowl collapse

The changes mean the NFC champions will have two new coordinators next season.

Falcons begin the process of getting over Super Bowl loss

The Falcons are still trying to grasp how they let a Super Bowl championship slip away .

Falcons’ Quinn: Contingency plans to replace Shanahan started in spring

´╗┐Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn addressed the media on Tuesday afternoon to recap the 2016 season, and beside the obvious Super Bowl 51 talk, he spoke about the hiring of new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.

Fox draws audience of 111.3M for Super Bowl, down slightly

During overtime, the game had its biggest audience of 117.7 million.

Falcons’ flop a new low for Atlanta’s sad sporting history

The Falcons were cruising toward their first Super Bowl championship, leading by 25 points in the second half, but then it all slipped awayFalcons' flop a new low for Atlanta's sad sporting history.

Pats pull of big Super Bowl comeback over Falcons

Tom Brady has a record fifth Super Bowl win for a quarterback after the biggest comeback in the game's history, and one of the greatest catches. James White ran 2 yards for a touchdown on the first possession of overtime, and the Patriots came back from 25 points down for a 34-28 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51.

COLUMN: Patriots’ familiar act assures little in Super Bowl

" There's just not a lot to like about a coach and players who never let anyone get too close to what they're feeling or what they plan to do." #RiseUp