Allen and I are back once more to provide commentary on an old Atlanta Falcons game, this time taking on the 2011 Week 10 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. In this episode we provide commentary on the first half of that game. But before we do, Allen and I discuss the potential impacts of new Falcons tight end Jacob Tamme and defensive end Vic Beasley, critique Cam Newton’s contract and determine whether I am off my rocker with some of my recent 2015 NFL playoff predictions. Allen inadvertently invents a new nickname for Roman Harper, while I vehemently defend Hooters’ chicken wings. Allen and I find our usual punching bags of Courtney Roby and Reggie Kelly, debate who whether Deuce McAllister or Pierre Thomas was the bigger “Falcon killer” and tip our hats to both the feisty and classy play of Todd McClure. We also try to wrap our heads around Julio Jones’ former hairstyle, Will Svitek starting at left tackle, Krystal Chiks, whatever Allen called Ndamukong Suh, and Matt Bryant’s “missed” field goal.
Duration: 1 hours, 35 minutes
If you want to watch the game alongside us while you listen, check out the following youtube clip. The embedded video below should be ready to go (click play after our 1-2-3 countdown), but if not, tune to 4:16 on the video:
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