Posts Tagged ‘tony gonzalez’

Saints Gab NFL Week Seven NFL Preview – Indianapolis at New Orleans

WHEN THE COLTS HAVE THE BALL The Colts are 6-3 against the NFC under Caldwell, while in three starts, Painter has completed 51-of-91 passes for 746 yards, five touchdowns and a 96.7 passer rating. Running back Donald Brown recorded his first rushing touchdown of the season last week and is averaging 5.6 yards per carry […]

Panthers at Falcons Friday Injury Report

Carolina Out: LB Omar Gaither (knee) Questionable: S Jermale Hines (illness), T Jeff Otah (back) Probable: DE Charles Johnson (hip) Atlanta Out: WR Julio Jones (hamstring), CB Chris Owens (concussion) Questionable: DE John Abraham (groin), C Todd McClure (knee), G Garrett Reynolds (ankle), S James Sanders (hamstring) Probable: DT Jonathan Babineaux (knee), TE Tony Gonzalez […]

Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez Talking Retirement Due to Lockout

Atlanta TE Tony Gonzalez said he would likely retire if next season was entirely lost to the NFL labor dispute according to Clifton Brown of Gonzalez remains confident there will be a season this fall. But if not, one of the game’s all-time great tight ends would likely walk away. “Would I sit out […]

Kolb’s 3 TD’s Help Eagles Soar Past Falcons 31-17

Sunday’s game between the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles pitted two of the NFC’s better quarterbacks, Matt Ryan and Kevin Kolb. Naturally besides that, the game had meaning as borh teams were at or near the top of their division, prior to play Sunday. In the battle of the quarterbacks, Kolb won big as he […]

Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez Not Sure If He’ll Play After This Season

Tony Gonzalez is not 100 percent sure that he’ll come back after the 2010 season, and told Fox Sports that there are plenty of factors that will go into his decision for coming back in 2011. Atlanta Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez said he is split “50-50” on whether he will retire after the 2010 season. […]

NFL Gridiron Gab Pre-Camp Division Previews: NFC South

Is the party over?  Still going on?  Will it ever end?  Last year’s road to the Super Bowl for the New Orleans Saints capped off one of the most remarkable and impressive journeys for a team seemingly everyone was emotionally behind.  Who was rooting against these guys?  How could you?  Drew Brees was flawless, he […]

NFC Power Rankings

16. St. Louis Rams: 0-16?  This team is no better than the 2008-2009 Detroit Lions.  Potential to become be the most pathetic pass offense ever.  The Most Miserable Show On Turf?  Would’ve never drafted Sam Bradford #1 overall, he’s a complete waste of money and an injury waiting to happen.  Who’s their back-up, A.J. Feely?  […]

No Respect for the Young KC Chiefs

I hate the “Nobody believed in us!” card – chances are, there are some people somewhere that believed in you if you are a professional sports team. Heck, even the Raiders have fans. But there are some instances when the feeling that nobody believes in you is warranted. For instance, Fox Sports recently released their Top […]