FalcFans Podcast – Ep. 128 “Optimism is Dangerous”

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Allen and I return to recap the Atlanta Falcons’ preseason loss to the Miami Dolphins as well as discuss some of the impending roster moves we could see as the Falcons make their way down to 53 players later this week. Joining us to discuss both these subjects are David “Deacon” Schiele of Pro Football Spot and DBN Fanatics as well as Dave Choate, The Falcoholic himself.

During the course of our conversation with Deacon about the Dolphins game, we discuss Tevin Coleman, the offensive line, Paul Worrilow and Ricardo Allen’s progress and lack thereof with Robert Alford and Jalen Collins. Thomas DeCoud’s performance in Madden games, Tim Jennings, Jake Long and going to high school with Randy Gregory are other subjects we discuss with Deacon.

When Dave comes on (around the 43-minute mark), we talk about how much we love the new Falcons defense and how battles at backup quarterback, offensive line and defensive line will shake up when cuts are made. The situation in the secondary is discussed and whether the Falcons have seen enough adequate depth there. Who will start at fullback? Is Terron Ward the next Josh Vaughan? Was Levine Toilolo too harshly criticized? And how will this 2015 season be different from 2014 are some of the questions we try to answer with Dave.

Episode 128: Optimism is Dangerous [Download]

Duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes

Allen covers the Falcons for The Falcoholic. His twitter handle is: @Allen_Strk.

Deacon is the Falcons manager at Pro Football Spot and co-founder of DBN Fanatics Blog. You can find him on twitter: @Deacon_Schiele.

Dave is the Big Kahuna at The Falcoholic and can be found on twitter: @TheFalcoholic.

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