Esiason: Never Seen Anything Like Patriots' Sustained Greatness Since 2001The New England Patriots are rounding into their usual form as we approach the midway point of the 2017 season, which we probably should have seen coming given Bill Belichick's amazing resume.
Hurley: The Patriots Have Broken The FalconsThe Patriots have broken the Falcons. They are a broken football team.
Patriots-Falcons Week 7 PredictionsOnly one team can win, and here's how the WBZ sports team sees this one playing out.
What To Watch For When Falcons Visit Patriots On Sunday NightIt may not be the Super Bowl, but it's an important game for both participants. Here's What To Watch For.
Dolloff: Matt Ryan In Prime Time Is ... Actually, Pretty GoodRyan may strike you as a QB who shrinks under the spotlight. But for the most part, he has not.
Week 7 Fantasy Football Advice From Dave Richard: Replacing Aaron RodgersOne owner in every fantasy league in the world took a hit last week when Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone.
How The Dolphins Beat The Falcons: Eight Keys Patriots Can Take Away For SundayTaking a look at what happened to the Falcons last week and what might actually apply when the Patriots host the Falcons this coming Sunday evening.
Patriots Opponent Profile: Faltering Falcons May Be Just What The Pats NeedThis week, two possible Super Bowl contenders will face off and a struggling Falcons' team may be perfect for the Patriots right now.
Keidel: Will Falcons Or Lions Stay Undefeated?The Falcons meet the Lions in Week 3's only game between undefeated teams. And the match-up is closer than you might think.
Did Matt Ryan Throw Some Shade At Kyle Shanahan For Super Bowl Collapse?As noticed by Jim Murray on Thursday's Felger & Massarotti program, Ryan appeared to have thrown some serious shade toward now-former Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan
Matt Ryan Pulls A Bill Belichick: 'We're On To 2017'Matt Ryan took a page out of Bill Belichick's playbook at Falcons OTAs.
Keidel: Falcons' Super Bowl Win Next Season UnlikelySuper Bowl losers rarely return to win the big game the next season. And odds are that the Falcons will continue that trend.