In a game where the momentum switched hands several times, the 49ers were able to make one more play than the Falcons and will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. San Francisco bounced back from a slow start, and in the end, outplayed the home team. The 49ers have earned themselves a trip to New Orleans, where they will look to reach the pinnacle of the sport.
Both NFC teams have to be pleased with their injury status’ entering the biggest game of the season (so far). With no injuries forcing a player out of action, the NFC Championship will have both teams’ full roster on display. There is one defensive playmaker on each side that that will be less then 100% though, and this could be important in a game in which both teams will need as much help as possible to stop their opponent from scoring.
Sacramento Bee’s Matt Barrows talks to us about the Niners playing the Falcons this weekend and how being on the road will be a big factor coming into this game.
It is KAZOO Friday on The Jason Ross Show! We start the show off with talking about the NFL weekend coming up. We asked listeners which game they think is more likely to have an […]
When the Atlanta Falcons beat the Seattle Seahawks, they earned the first playoff win for both Matt Ryan and Tony Gonzalez. The entire franchise was able to breathe a sigh of relief, but will need to re-focus with San Francisco up next. With the winner heading to the Super Bowl, Atlanta must be careful to not suffer an emotional let down, and will face even more pressure as the stakes have been raised.
The Sacramento Kings edged out the Cleveland Cavaliers last night for a second straight win, but possible relocation talk still dominates the headlines and airwaves. Grant takes calls about the Kings, the Here We Buy […]
Chris Myers talks about the Atlanta/Seattle game last week, gives his picks for the NFL conference championship games, tells us about getting ready for the NASCAR season and he also gives his take on Manti […]
There are a lot of things that will be needed to slow down the Atlanta Falcons offense in the NFC Championship Game. The 49er secondary will have their hands full chasing Roddy White and Julio Jones around, but the key match-up is going to be NaVorro Bowman and Patrick Willis vs. Tony Gonzalez. There is no doubt that Gonzalez is the greatest ever at the tight end position, but this is a match up that San Francisco can win.
Ricky Jean Francois joins Grant to talk about last week’s huge win over the Green Bay Packers and the team’s upcoming NFC Championship game in Atlanta.
Former Falcons and Raiders player Ray Buchanan joins The Jason Ross Show from Atlanta to preview the Niners taking on the Falcons this Sunday.
Wednesday on The Jason Ross Show we start the show off talking about the twitter challenge we proposed for the day. We asked listeners, fans, and twitter followers to give us reasons why the Kings […]
Tim Ryan, NFL analyst for FOX, joined Grant to talk about playoff football. Ryan discussed the matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, the Falcons’ game plan against Colin Kaepernick, what […]