FalcFans Podcast – Ep. 164 “Get Your Message Out in a Non-Annoying Way”

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Allen and I are finally back after a six-week hiatus for another podcast to discuss some of the headlines coming out of Atlanta Falcons OTAs. Among the many topics we hit include:

  • (3:12) Ra’Shede Hageman’s position switch
  • (5:50) Buying or selling the Akeem King hype and what free-agent cornerbacks the Falcons could still sign
  • (13:40) Making sense of the Falcons linebacker depth chart
  • (16:15) I “rant” about the Falcons decision to not sign Dwight Freeney
  • (20:16) Whether the competition at right guard is truly “open.”
  • (23:28) Courtney Upshaw’s role in the base defense
  • (25:42) Tyson Jackson’s position switch
  • (30:54) I respond to some of the critics of the overwhelming offseason negativity
  • (43:06) Making comparisons between the 2014 and 2016 Falcons seasons
  • (54:00) Whether they should change the format of the podcast for the 2016 season

Get Your Message Out in a Non-Annoying Way [Download]

Duration: 1 hour, 6 minutes

Rejected Episode 164 Show titles:

  • “Triangle Peg in a Round Hole”
  • “It Went So Well in 2014”
  • “The Hangover 2 is Worse”
  • “Most Disgusting Thing Ever Said on this Podcast”
  • “Gooey, Gushy, Rainbowy”
  • “Get Your Message Out in a Non-Annoying Way”
  • “Wanting to Punch Heath Evans in the Face”
  • “Mike Nolan’s Analytical Skills”
  • “Nick Fuller Will Not Die”
  • “Doing Yourself a Disservice For 7 Weeks”
  • “Kyle Shanahan is Inspiring Twitter Usage”
  • “Get Your Message Out in a Non-Annoying Way”

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

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