1. The Atlanta Falcons: Lawrence Sidbury Is Another Small School Wonder

    It's nearly impossible to project how good a player will be based on physical attributes and spot performances alone, but sometimes, it's hard not to feel all warm and fuzzy about a player's potential...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 733 reads 2 comments

  2. Profiling The Georgia Bulldog Safeties

    This week we will end the "Profiling" series by delving into the guys who are, typically, the last line of defense—the safeties. First up will be Reshad Jones...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 299 reads 2 comments

  3. NFL Stock Watch: Who's Rising and Who's Falling?

    As the season approaches and we all start getting our fantasy draft materials in order, it's important to know which guys are for real and which guys are, for lack of a better word, fakes...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,333 reads 19 comments

  4. The Atlanta Falcons Bring a High-Flying Offense into 2009

    The Atlanta Falcons find themselves in a precarious position this season, one that they are neither used to nor familiar with—they have a ton of offense...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 445 reads 12 comments

  5. Profiling the Georgia Bulldog Cornerbacks

    Georgia lost Asher Allen and RaMarcus Brown, but look to be better than ever with the addition of Branden Smith and the maturation of both Prince Miller and Vance Cuff...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 433 reads 8 comments

  6. Why the Wildcat Formation Will Prove To Be Nothing More than a Fad

    Let's start by saying that the wildcat formation, a formation which allows for a direct snap to the running back followed by an option to either run or pass the ball, could be here to stay...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,094 reads 47 comments

  7. Profiling the Georgia Bulldog Linebacking Corps

    When you think of the Georgia linebacking corps, one name immediately comes to mind: Rennie Curran.He's the 5'11" junior who plays much bigger than his size and he's won the hearts of many a defensive coordinator with his hardcore playing style...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 540 reads 9 comments

  8. Profiling the Georgia Bulldog Defensive Line

    Let's be honest: the Georgia defense didn't strike fear into the hearts of any teams last season. They were mediocre in wins (Vanderbilt and Kentucky) and painful in losses (Alabama, Georgia ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 658 reads 4 comments

  9. Atlanta Falcons Wideout Harry Douglas: Primed for a Breakout in 2009

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglas is no stranger to doubters; he's never been considered a top-shelf receiver—he's no Roddy White or Randy Moss...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,315 reads 11 comments

  10. Profiling the Georgia Bulldog Quarterbacks: Part Two

    Last week, we took a look at quarterbacks Joe Cox and Aaron Murray. If you missed the analysis, it can be found here. Moving along, we will now see what quarterback's Logan Gray and Zach Mettenberger may have to offer to the Georgia offense...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 601 reads 4 comments

  11. Profiling the Georgia Bulldog Quarterbacks: Part One

    Life without Matthew Stafford will be different, but not difficult.Stated clearly, Stafford was a phenomenal talent. He had a great arm and a wonderful feel for the game when he played it well—he either set the world on fire, or broke your heart...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,154 reads 9 comments

  12. Less Is More For Michael Turner and The Atlanta Falcons in 2009

    Michael Turner finally had his chance to shine last year and he did not disappoint—rushing for 1,699 yards and 17 touchdowns...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 447 reads 13 comments

  13. Profiling The Georgia Bulldog Offensive Line

    The offensive line is one area of the 2009 Bulldog team that needs little in the way of worry. Coming into this year, the Georgia offensive line is looking better and fiercer than ever...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 575 reads 7 comments

  14. The Atlanta Falcons: Five "Musts" for a Successful 2009

    There's a lot of talk about the Falcons right now. Will they have back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in franchise history? Will Matt Ryan suffer the dreaded sophomore slump? ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 608 reads 6 comments

  15. Not Everyone Views Brett Favre Through Rose-Colored Glasses

    I told myself I wouldn't weigh in on this argument. I said it was hardly relevant until the guy actually makes up his mind to play or not play—once that happens, we can all make our collective ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 651 reads 12 comments

  16. Ten Questions for the 2009 NFL Season

    The NFL is full of drama. There always seems to be a storyline that is looming or waiting to be resolved—any bets on how long it will be before Brett Favre makes up his mind?That said, I have posed some questions of my own for the upcoming season...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,743 reads 18 comments

  17. Profiling The Georgia Bulldog Tight Ends: Part Two

    Last week I took a look at a few of the Georgia tight ends. See that article here.This week I will be looking at Orson Charles, Arthur Lynch, and Dustin Banks. In case you haven't guessed it yet, "Profiling...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 444 reads 6 comments

  18. Mr. Relevant: NFL Guys Who Play In The Shadows Of Superstars

    The NFL can be a tough place to make a living. If you aren't fighting for a good spot on the depth chart—preferably the top spot—then you are fighting to keep the guy behind you at bay...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 564 reads 15 comments

  19. Profiling the Georgia Bulldog Tight Ends: Part One

    The Georgia Bulldogs used to be a a pipeline for tight end talent. Look at the rosters of some of the top NFL teams in the league and you will find some familiar names...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 616 reads 8 comments

  20. NFL Watch: Five Guys to Keep an Eye on in 2009

    It's not uncommon to see a guy come into this league with a ton of potential or expectation. No. The very definition of a first-round draft pick being used on a guy, particularly in the top 10, seems to suggest that he is great already or will be soon..

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 16,875 reads 36 comments

  21. Profiling the Georgia Wide Receivers: Part Two

    Last week, I took a look at a few members of the Georgia wide-receiving corps. If you didn't get a chance to see that article, you can find it here...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 555 reads 6 comments

  22. Why Aaron Kelly Could Be a Gem of a Find for the Atlanta Falcons

    The Falcons offense is not looking too shabby for the 2009 season. They have a Hall of Fame tight end in Tony Gonzalez, a big-time wide receiver in Roddy White, and one phenomenal runner in Michael Turner...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 5,543 reads 2 comments

  23. The Forgotten Olympian: The Story of John Taylor

    Jesse Owens is embedded into the very fiber of history. At the 1936 Berlin Olympics, in the spectacle of what was to be Adolf Hitler's opportunity to prove the dominance of the "Aryan" race, Owens won four gold medals and walked away a hero...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,027 reads 5 comments

  24. The NFL's Best Quarterbacks in Each Franchise's History

    This slideshow will cover the guys I think were the heart and soul of their respective franchises. They didn't always have the winning records, playoff appearances, or even the prolific passing ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 17,697 reads 159 comments

  25. Profiling the Georgia Wide Receivers: Part One

    Continuing my weekly series, I will now take a look at the Georgia wide receiving corps. As it stands,the Dawgs had twelve guys on roster at the end of spring (including scout team guys), not counting Marlon Brown and Rantavious Wooten...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 690 reads 4 comments