Atlanta Falcons with D. Orlando Ledbetter is moving to a new page on ajc.com; please come visit

Beginning now, this blog is moving to a new home within AJC Sports, and we are making some other changes that we hope the members of this blog community will enjoy.

Game stories, features and articles and player profiles will move from the blogs into our sports news pages.

The blog will focus on the issues you and others are talking about, with opinion and analysis front and center.

Readers will now be asked to register before posting comments in the blogs and stories. We value the spirited discussion and debate, and believe this change will improve the interactivity for everyone.

Bookmarks and RSS feeds: If you visit the blog from a bookmark or use an RSS reader, you will need to update those links.

Thanks for being part of the ajc.com Sports community.

Here’s a link to the new page.

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@MrShields2

January 11th, 2013
11:31 pm

@DLed Blogs and “real” stories should have been on two different pages from the first place…. Probably would have save you some backlash as people troll through the site and unknowingly jumped from real news to your opinion pieces.

JSS

January 11th, 2013
11:38 pm

Finally, claim one name you multiple personality disorder sufferers!!!

Loyalfalconfrmthemississippi

January 12th, 2013
12:04 am

Well at least having to register will make some trolls avoid the falcon blogs

BigBobbles

January 12th, 2013
12:38 am

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Michael M.

January 12th, 2013
11:08 pm

I agree with comment above , it will make it better.

Watching the Packers – Niners game, looks to me like the Pack is going home for good, the Niners are a well-oiled machine out there in San Fran. Did anybody see the look in Rodgers eyes right before the Niners scored the second go ahead touchdown to make em 14 points up. It was like he was saying, no way we will win this thing.

I love my Falcons, and I don’t doubt they will beat Seattle tomorrow, but if they expect to go to a Superbowl this year, the games coming up starting tomorrow, they are going to have to play their hearts out and be on their A- game to get to it or in other words, they will have to play their best football this Season starting tomorrow forward……………………..good luck and maybe with a little bit of luck on their sides they can pull it off.

Michael M.

January 12th, 2013
11:20 pm

The Packers look shell-shocked……………….. Niners are for real.

zorro

January 13th, 2013
7:13 pm

DR. FALCON

January 13th, 2013
11:55 pm

SCOREBARD! THE FALCONS HAVE HEART, AND INTESTINAL FORTITUDE! MATTY “ICE” PERFORMED HIS MAGIC! IT’S OUR YEAR! BRING ON THE 49ER’S!

Joyce Belt

January 13th, 2013
11:58 pm

First I want to congratulate the Falcons for winning a nail biter today against the Seahawks. I am a Kansas City Chief fan (I know, but I do love my Chiefs) I have been a fan of Tony Gonzalez for years. He is a great tight end but more than that he is a good person and a leader. I just want to say that I am so proud he has finally won a play-off game and if he can’t play for the Chief’s I’m thrilled he’s moving on up in the play-offs with the Falcons. I hope you make it to the Super Bowl and beat the heck out of whoever!! GO FALCONS!!

CGD..

January 14th, 2013
11:01 am

Whew…

that said this Falcon team has no shot against the 49′ers…

Flaco=8
Ryan=1