'Thursday Night Football's' Saints-Falcons Tops 7 Million Viewers
A simple dictum has hung among the quotations on the office wall of Steve Bornstein, head of the NFL Network, since his days running ESPN in the 1990s: “You can't go to Blockbuster and rent tonight's game.” Blockbuster may have faded, but the allure of
The Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA, will be filled to capacity for this evening's Thursday Night Football showdown between the (5-6) New Orleans Saints and the (10-1) Atlanta Falcons. Opening kickoff for this NFC South battle is scheduled for 8:30 p.m
Since Maurice Jones-Drew went down with a foot injury — MJD and fullback Greg Jones (hip) are both ruled "out" for Thursday night's game — the Jaguars running game has grounded to a halt, producing just 60 yards per game and 2.7 yards per carry as
4 Icon_comment. Hi-res-157183265_crop_exact. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images. The Thursday Night Football matchup this week was projected to be the week's highest-scoring game based on the Vegas over/under of 56 points. Instead, the teams combined to
Tonight matches the 5 and 6 New Orleans Saints against division foe, the 10 and 1 Atlanta Falcons. The Saints of course are are still digging out of an early season hole after dropping their first four games of the season.