Every year since 2005, members of our forums vote on several awards for who represent the best and occasionally worst performance for the Falcons each year. You can vote too by visiting the FalcFans.com Awards forum. If you’re already a member of the FalcFans Forums, just log in and vote. If not, then you can register by clicking here. Voting will end on Thursday, February 23.
Here are all of the honors that we have listed for this year’s awards: Team MVP, Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams MVPs, Offensive and Defensive Rookies of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, Most Improved Player, Assistant Coach of the Year, Mr. Falcon, Top Backup, Biggest Addition by Subtraction, and Biggest Surprises and Disappointments of the Year.
Every year we hold a mock draft contest on the forums, where people can submit how they think the first round of the draft will go for a chance to win prizes. In recent years we have had people submit two-round mocks, but this year we will go back to a one-round format in order to try and increase participation.
The deadline for submissions is one hour before the draft on Thursday, April 28. You can make your submissions by posting in the Mock Draft Contest forum. And thusly to enter, you must be a member of the forums. Take the time to register if you haven’t already, it’s quick and easy.
Click here to read the rules, prizes, and scoring format.
Every year on the FalcFans.com Forums, we hold voting for various awards which we call the FalcFans.com Awards including who is the Falcons Most Valuable Player overall, on offense, defense, and special teams. If you wish to cast your vote, please log in or register on the forums. There is just one more week left before voting expires.
You’ll notice that there have been a glut of posts added to the site. Well I’ve migrated all the articles and posts from our micro-site: FalcFans Draft Central over here to the main site now that the draft is over.
You can still be able to visit the micro-site as it will remain up for some time in order to preserve all the links, but as the next few months tend to be the doldrums of the NFL off-season, I’ll be working on getting those updated as well.
I added the micro-site in hopes that it would stand alone as a draft resource for Falcon fans, and I think it was somewhat successful. Not sure if I’ll be doing another one next year. Thought that by having a separate site devoted to the draft would free the main site of all the draft clutter. But it wound up neglecting the main site because the Falcons really did nothing outside the first weekend when it came to free agency and non-draft related off-season moves. Maybe that changes next year, but for now it appears FalcFans Draft Central as its own separate entity was just a fun one-year experiment.
We’re launching FalcFans Draft Central today now that the season is over. For much of the past few years this site’s off-season coverage has been filled with draft coverage. And we figured this year that it was time to give the draft more focused coverage, something that we needed a separate site to do so.
The past two years we’ve published draft guides for the site as well. But instead of having huge PDF files for folks to download, this year we’re deciding to post all the information that the draft guide will contain on our new Draft Central site. We think the information will be much easier to obtain and organize that way.
Player profiles, mocks, and more will be posted on the site. Also all future updates of the Mock Muncher will be posted on that site as well.
As draft news rolls in, be sure to check back frequently for Falcons draft-related updates.