Falcons Look For Bounce-Back in 2015 With Draft Coming Soon

The Atlanta Falcons parted ways with coach Mike Smith after seven seasons.  This change in coaching came after two losing seasons, in which they finished third in the NFC South.  Last season, Atlanta went 6-10 overall with a record of 6-6 vs. NFC opponents.  Although they possessed the best NFC South Division record, 5-1, starting […]

March 2015 by Joe Sudberg

The Outside Perception of Raheem Morris is Unfair

The Atlanta Falcons are still waiting to announce what everybody already knows, that Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will be their new head coach. Whilst the Falcons will have to wait until after the Super Bowl to officially announce Quinn, reports suggest that they have been putting together the rest of the coaching staff […]

January 2015 by davefalcon

Five Possible Candidates for the Falcons Defensive Coordinator Position

Working on the assumption that the current Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will be the next head coach of the Atlanta Falcons here is a look at who the front runners could be for the defensive coordinator position Ken Norton Jr (Current Seahawks linebackers coach) As a player Norton won three consecutive Super Bowls […]

January 2015 by davefalcon

Time for the Bright Offensive Mind to Live up to the Title

The Atlanta Falcons may have to wait until February 2nd to announce Dan Quinn as their next head coach, as is widely expected but it would appear that the Falcons do have a new offensive coordinator. Although the appointment has not yet been made official several sources are reporting that Kyle Shanahan will be running […]

January 2015 by davefalcon

Last weekend was awful. But…

Now there’s no denying that it was just plain awful in Minnesota for the Atlanta Falcons. After drubbing the hapless Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 3, the injury bug ripped the Falcons offensive line apart and the defense decided gave a rookie quarterback all the time in the world. We were all in some level […]

October 2014 by Alex Sarson

The Falcons Defense Must Stop the Run to Limit the Bleeding

The Atlanta Falcons have a problem, its called their defense although in its current state I’m not sure defense is the right term. This unit has now given up 1719 yards in four games, that’s an average of 429 yards per game and ranks 31st in the league ahead of only the 0-4 Jaguars. This […]

October 2014 by davefalcon
Julio Jones catches a touchdown pass vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Projecting the Falcons 3 games in…

Preseason projections commonly had the Atlanta Falcons hovering around the .500 mark. With everything they had to achieve on both lines alone that was probably a fair conclusion to come to, it may have even been out of the mind of someone see’s a glass half full. With 3 games in the book it’s fair […]

September 2014 by Alex Sarson
Desmond Trufant

The next ‘best cornerback’ in the NFL

I want to highlight two things right off the bat… One, the cornerback position (at least since the NFL became so pass heavy) spits out a new ‘best at the position’ once, sometimes twice a season. They’re all deserving but there’s a lot of turnover for the title of ‘best’.  Two, this is not a […]

September 2014 by Alex Sarson

The importance of a Falcons bounce back

It started so well for the Atlanta Falcons. We all went absolutely nuts, and to this day I’m pretty sure you all heard me yelling from my sofa in England as we squeaked past the Saints in overtime. Matty Ice lived up to his moniker and more. We bounded into Week 2, the Cincinnati Bengals […]

September 2014 by Alex Sarson