Atlanta Falcons News: Three big games coming to YouTube


Who are the best three tight ends in Atlanta Falcons history, and will Mohamed Sanu’s arrival help Julio Jones? That and more in the Dirty Bird Daily.

Good morning, Falcons fans. We can tick another Sunday off the countdown, as we are now just 10 away from the season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Julio Jones touchdowns are so closer you can almost taste them.

How many touchdowns will Jones and Devonta Freeman combine for this year? How about 70 — the same number as how many days remain until the Falcons kickoff their season. That’s right, we’re just 70 short days away from Falcons regular season action.

Let’s dive right into the Dirty Bird Daily. As you sip your coffee this fine Sunday morning, enjoy these Falcons articles from around the internet.

Mohamed Sanu to shine with Julio Jones — Sarah Bloom of NFL Spin Zone

I like the headline, a lot. Mohamed Sanu’s job this year is to become the complementary piece Roddy White and Leonard Hankerson were not last term. Sanu needs to command some respect from defensive backs and make life easier for Jones in the process. Sarah Bloom from our friends at NFL Spin Zone thinks he’ll do just that.

NFL revealed YouTube upload game winners —

Want to relive the Falcons’ 1998 NFC title game with the Vikings? What about the 2012 playoff win against the Seahawks or 2002 title game with the Packers? Now you can. The NFL will be uploading 96 games to their YouTube channel in August, and these three Falcons games have made the cut.

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Who are the three best tight ends in Falcons history? — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic

It’s time for the best tight end in Falcons history, Austin Hooper, to step up. OK, maybe Hooper hasn’t earned that title just yet. But who has? Who would you pick as the best three tight ends in Falcons history? Dave Choate weighs in with his selections.