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12 hours ago PTBNL Episode 58: Bryce Elder’s struggles, Division Series roster and more
Photo by Matthew Grimes Jr./Atlanta Braves/Getty Images Kris and Stephen are back this week to discuss where the Braves stand heading into the final few days of the regular season. They discuss their concerns for the rotation with injuries to Max Fried and Charlie Morton, as well as the recent struggles of Bryce Elder. They also discuss their thoughts on what the Division Series roster might look like and give an updated projection. Finally, they give some quick thoughts on the Wild Card race in the National League and on who the Braves might face in the Division Series. Please check out the podcast via Apple Podcasts (where we strongly encourage you to leave a five-star review and rating), Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Google Podcasts, or you can find us at our MegaPhone page for all the latest.
404area has new update 12 hours ago Falcons-Jaguars DraftKings Sportsbook Week 4 prop bets: Taking the over on Desmond Ridder?
Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images This is the week to do it. Week 4 is here as the Atlanta Falcons will travel across the pond and play the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Good thing for the Falcons is, this is a “road game” so they won’t be losing a home game for this trip, unlike last time they played in London. Kickoff is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. ET on Sunday, as the Falcons try and reach a 3-1 record. As of this writing, the Jaguars are favored by 3 points on Sunday, and the current over/under is at 43 points. Before making any decisions though, let’s look at some more numbers, graciously provided by our friends at DraftKings Sportsbook. Desmond Ridder: Over .5 passing touchdowns (-260) I think Desmond Ridder has a lot of potential this week. To this point, the Jaguars defense hasn't been very good, as they just allowed rookie C.J. Stroud of the Houston Texans to throw for 280 yards and two touchdowns in his third career start. In their three games so far, the Jaguars have allowed five passing touchdowns. So, it’s not crazy to see Ridder throwing for at least one on Sunday. Easy money. Desmond Ridder: Over 190.5 passing yards (-115) I like the over here. The Jaguars allowed 280 passing yards in Week 3, 305 yards in Week 2, and 223 yards in Week 1. So, it’s very likely Ridder can at least hit the 191 passing yards mark. In each of the last two Falcons games, Ridder has cleared the 201 yard mark or higher so I see him doing at least that on Sunday. Desmond Ridder: Under 15.5 rushing yards (-110) Ridder is definitely capable of going over here, but he likely won’t. Ridder is very athletic, and very fast when he chooses to run, but for some reason he just doesn’t. Ridder is averaging 13.6 rushing yards per game, and it’s largely due to a random 39-yard day on the ground in Week 2. In Week’s 1 and 3, Ridder had -1 and 3 yards rushing. Give me the under, unfortunately. Drake London: Over 43.5 receiving yards (-115) This prop bet is more of a toss up. But I imagine if the Falcons want to win, they’ve got to use Drake London. London had a great catch in Week 3 before the team turned away from him. In a week where they play Calvin Ridley, I’m sure Arthur Smith will want to show that Ridley isn’t missed in Atlanta. Predicting London has a 80-yard game. Kyle Pitts: Under 36.5 receiving yards (-115) I’m taking the under here. There’s just some weird chemistry between Kyle Pitts and this offense. Even last week, Ridder had Pitts on a deep pass and many thought Ridder over threw him. On closer look, Pitts slowed up on an actual perfectly thrown pass. 36.5 is definitely doable, but I’m not betting on Pitts until I see some more consistency. Falcons fans, what Falcons-Jaguars bets have you put down at DraftKings this week? Do you agree or disagree with my picks? Let us know in the comments!
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12 hours ago Atlanta Hawks announce promotion schedule for 2023-24 season
Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images Looking for an opportunity to visit State Farm Arena this NBA season? Well along with exciting basketball action, the Atlanta Hawks are offering a number of exciting and fun events during the upcoming 2023-24 season. Atlanta Hawks Hawks 2023-24 Promo Schedule The quick promo schedule Friday, Oct. 27 — ‘Opening Night Presented by State Farm®’ when all fans in attendance will receive a free Hawks t-shirt Wednesday, Nov. 15 — the second annual ‘Divine 9 Night presented by State Farm’ when the Hawks will be celebrating the Black Greek Letter Organizations of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) also known as the Divine Nine (D9) Friday, Nov. 17 — an Inaugural NBA Cup group game when the first 5,000 fans at entry will receive a commemorative ticket giveaway while supplies last Tuesday, Nov. 21 — an Inaugural NBA Cup group game when the first 5,000 fans in attendance will receive a special shirt while supplies last Wednesday, Nov. 22 — ‘Kids Night’ when the first 5,000 kids in attendance will receive a Trae Young youth jersey Monday, Dec. 18 — ‘Kids Night’ when the first 5,000 kids will enjoy a Harry Squishmallow giveaway at entry and while supplies last Monday, Jan. 15 — ‘MLK Day Game presented by Chase’ Wednesday, Jan. 17 — ‘Pride Night’ Sunday, Jan. 28 — ‘Kids Night’ Monday, Feb. 5 — ‘Dejounte Murray Bobblehead Night’ when the first 5,000 fans entering the arena will receive a limited Dejounte Murray bobblehead while supplies last Friday, Feb. 23 — ‘HBCU Night presented by Chase’ Sunday, March 10 — ‘Hispanic Heritage Night presented by CareSource’ Monday, March 25 — ‘Women’s Empowerment Night presented by BMW’ Wednesday, March 27 — ‘Crowning Courage’ event when the Hawks will partner with Crown Royal to pay tribute to active and retired military personnel Wednesday, April 10 — ‘Fan Appreciation Night’ when the Hawks will express their gratitude to their devoted fans for their unwavering support by offering special giveaways throughout the entirety of the game
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20 hours ago AJ Smith-Shawver to start Braves finale against Cubs
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports The 20-year-old rookie will look to sweep Chicago. The Braves will start rookie AJ Smith-Shawver in Thursday night’s series finale against the Cubs. A.J. Smith-Shawver will start tomorrow— Mark Bowman (@mlbbowman) September 28, 2023 The 20-year-old righty will be making his first big league appearance since July 30. Smith-Shawver battled shoulder inflammation in August and has been limited to just a few innings in recent appearances with Triple-A Gwinnett, so it seems he will serve in a similar capacity on Thursday. Smith-Shawver is not on the active roster so a move will need to be made. Darius Vines, who started Wednesday’s game, seems like a possible candidate given he won’t make another start prior to the season ending Sunday. Smith-Shawver will be opposed by Marcus Stroman in Thursday night’s series finale. Stroman was excellent in the early months of the season, but he missed all of August and early September with an injury and has been limited to a couple of innings of work in his three appearances since September 15. First pitch from Truist will be at 7:20 p.m. ET.

Thursday Specials in Atlanta

Bar & Restaurant
1026 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30306
Industry Night! 10% off food and $3.50 shots for service industry workers.
Fogo de Chao
3101 Piedmont Rd, Atlanta GA, 30305
4 Brazilian small plates and beers, as well as $6 glasses of South American wine and Brazilian-inspired cocktails for $8. 4:30–6:30 PM
3177 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta GA, 30305
$2 PBR’s, $3 SHOTS!!!, and BUDWEISER ON DRAFT!!!!!!!!
437 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30307
Meet up at "Atlanta's Favorite Dive Bar" for $5 margaritas, $4 well drinks and shots, $3 16-oz. PBRs and $2 PBR drafts all day Monday through Saturday.

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