Home / Author Archives: Ab Stanley (page 6)

Author Archives: Ab Stanley

Feed Subscription
Atlanta, GA

Paul Johnson Is Not Satisfied- A Disappointing Win

Paul Johnson Is Not Satisfied- A Disappointing Win

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets defeated the Alcorn State Braves in blowout fashion, 41-0. The defense played great holding the Braves to only 69 passing yards and 146 total yards. It should be a good feeling for the team and ...

Read More »

Dan Ellington Taking The Reigns

Dan Ellington Taking The Reigns

Atlanta, Ga- At the beginning of the Georgia State Panthers versus Kennesaw State Owls game, everybody was hoping this would be the start of a long-time rivalry. By the time the game ended, Georgia State fans were hoping there’s more ...

Read More »

Busy Signals-2018 NFC South Preview

Busy Signals-2018 NFC South Preview

The NFC South is the only division in football that sent three teams to the playoffs last year. The division also comes equipped with some of the better starting quarterbacks and top defenses in the NFL. These teams will have ...

Read More »

Atlanta Dream: Getting An Early Start

Atlanta Dream: Getting An Early Start

The Atlanta Dream will have their work cut out for them versus the Washington Mystics in game two of the WNBA Semifinals tonight. Game one didn’t turn out quite as planned as they lost a nail bitter 87-84, having a ...

Read More »

The Falcons Report- Interchangeable Parts

The Falcons Report- Interchangeable Parts

The Falcons saw a glimpse of their (near) future when they took on the Kansas City Chiefs in their second preseason game. With wide receiver Julio Jones not playing, Atlanta used rookie wide receiver Calvin Ridley as the top target ...

Read More »

The Falcons Report – A Danger In Depth

The Falcons Report – A Danger In Depth

With one preseason game in the books the Atlanta Falcons have a ton of work to do. They didn’t score any points during a 17-0 loss the New York Jets. The Falcons didn’t play their starters much if they even ...

Read More »

A Swing For Their Division

A Swing For Their Division

When the MLB trade deadline comes around every year, you can expect a bunch of movement. Teams jockeying for playoff positions are usually looking for one or two players that can get them over the top. You will see a ...

Read More »

The Running Back Run Up

The Running Back Run Up

Pittsburgh Steelers’ running back Le’Veon Bell is arguably the NFL’s best offensive player and he still does not have a long term contract. Bell reportedly turned down a four year $70 million dollar offer from Pittsburgh with guaranteed money in ...

Read More »

Giants Sign Barkley To Full Guaranteed Rookie Deal

Giants Sign Barkley To Full Guaranteed Rookie Deal

The New York Giants have officially agreed to terms with first-round pick Saquon Barkley. He will receive a four-year, fully guaranteed contract worth $31.2 million. The contract comes with a $20.8 million signing bonus that will pay him $15 million ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top