For what it's worth, my position is this....
I am generally agnostic to gods. I cannot definitely state "there are none" because it is possible that some hitherto unexamined god may exist in some way I have not yet considered.
I am however atheist to all the gods that I have considered and examined. Once claims stat being made about gods, I take a look at those claims and - so far - have found all of them wanting. So I am atheist towards specific gods.
And while I am philosophically agnostic in general, I am atheist to all gods in practice. This is partly as a natural follow-on from having looked at a number of proffered gods and found nothing that supports them (after several dozen "cry wolfs", you feel less inclined to look charitably on the next cry); partly because I have a feeling that after so MUCH fruitless investigation, I'd have seen SOMETHING by now; and partly because - in purely practical terms - one HAS to operate in a particular way. Example - I may be intellectually agnostic to the fairies in my garden, but in practice I am an atheist as I do not ever leave milk out for them "just in case".