The playoffs wouldn’t be complete without catch rule madness. The catch rule strikes again! In the fourth quarter down 15-10, the Falcons were faced with a third down and six at their own 42. Matt Ryan threw a pass to Mohamed Sanu, gaining...Show More Summary
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan was not happy with wide receiver Mohamed Sanu at the line of scrimmage during the fourth quarter of Monday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ryan was getting ready to snap the ball, but didn’t like how Sanu was lined up. Show More Summary
Language, Matt! As a quarterback, you hope your wide receivers are ready for the next snap. And if they’re not, well then this happens. Matt Ryan was expecting Mohamed Sanu to be ready. He wasn’t, so Ryan blared out a, “GET FUCKING SET”...Show More Summary
Mohamed Sanu leads the Falcons in touchdown catches and has thrown for a score too, underlining how dangerous his high "football IQ" makes him.
The Atlanta Falcons signed Mohamed Sanu nearly two years ago because they needed a capable No. 2 receiver behind Julio Jones, but Sanu has turned into a viable option as a quarterback in the wildcat formation
Matt Ryan isn't the only Falcon who can throw 50-yard bombs to Julio Jones.
Statistically, there isn’t a better passer in NFL history than Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, who maintained his perfect 158.3 rating with a 51-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones in Atlanta’s win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. After the game, Sanu talked about his latest strike, which came on a direct snap with Matt Ryan split […]
Sanu is the greatest passer in NFL history, statistically speaking.
Julio's first of two second-quarter TD grabs came from Mohamed Sanu
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The Falcons needed 17:24 — and a trick play — to score their first touchdown. With quarterback Matt Ryan flanked to the right, wide receiver Mohamed Sanu took the direct snap. He faked the handoff to running back Tevin Coleman but briefly lost control of the ball. Sanu regained control of the ball and found [more]
Yes, you read that correctly. On Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons tried to do a little trickery against the Tampa Bay Bucs by having QB Matt Ryan rest his arm for a play. In his place came wide receiver Mohamed Sanu who threw an absolute bomb to Julio Jones for the touchdown. OMG.@Mo_12_Sanu just threw a […]
When Sanu throws the ball, good things happen. The Atlanta Falcons’ high-flying offense is typically run through Matt Ryan, but on Sunday, Mohamed Sanu got in on the gunslinging. Sanu threw a 51-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones, who was able to cradle it in for a touchdown to give the Falcons a 10-3 lead at home against the Buccaneers. Show More Summary
Sanu has been fairly productive since coming back from a hamstring injury. We break down the fantasy implications. Mohamed Sanu will always play second-fiddle to Julio Jones on the Atlanta Falcons, but he’s found ways to be productive on his own, especially when Matt Ryan is dealing. Show More Summary
It’s still early, but the Richard Sherman-less Seattle defensive backfield didn’t have the best start. The Seattle Seahawks already entered Monday without Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor, and lost Shaquill Griffin, who was sent to...Show More Summary
When the Falcons replaced offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan with Steve Sarkisian, it seemed that things wouldn’t be much different. But things are much different. “Just two totally different offenses as far as we aren’t the same as we were last year,” Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu said on Thursday’s PFT Live. “We’re still getting the little [more]
The Falcons didn’t have the cleanest performance in driving rain and win at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, but they were able to do enough right to leave New Jersey with a 25-20 victory. Matt Ryan hit Mohamed Sanu for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to take their first lead of the game and [more]
The Jets have scored touchdowns on their first possessions the last three times they’ve taken the field, but they haven’t been able to hold onto the leads the last two weeks. They’ve given up another one at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, but they have time to try to get it back. Matt Ryan scrambled free [more]
Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, defensive end Courtney Upshaw expected to return from injuries and play against Patriots