Whether at receiver or defensive end, the Bucs need some speed.
ATLANTA — By the time the confetti fell on the Georgia Dome Sunday, and newly vindicated quarterback Matt Ryan held the NFC Championship trophy, it was already obvious their reward would be to play the legendary Patriots combination of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in Super Bowl LI Feb. 5.
Just two Bucs in the Pro Bowl this year.
In the NFL, you know you're having a lousy postseason when you need a really good Pro Bowl to save the day.
We're a game away from the end of the season, and from knowing the order of next season's draft. After yesterday's conference championship games, the order is almost filled in for the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Falcons in the Super Bowl is bad enough, but the Patriots too?
A season that began with Tom Brady serving a four-game suspension will end with him in the Super Bowl, where his New England Patriots will take on Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.
ATLANTA — Each time Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan zipped the football or placed a pass as soft as a lullaby into his receivers' hands in the end zone during Sunday's NFC Championship Game, the chants began in the rafters and rolled down like thunder at the condemned Georgia Dome.
The Bucs are keeping a lot of things the same.