FalcFans Podcast – Ep. 186 “2015 Issues Resurfaced”


This week Allen and I are joined by DBN Fanatics’ David “Deacon” Schiele to recap the Atlanta Falcons’ surprising loss to the San Diego Chargers in Week Seven. During this episode, we hit a bunch of topics including the following:

  • (2:00) Debating how the Falcons losing their lead was due to a lack of adjustments on Sunday.
  • (25:45) David cites some stats showing Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ historical success against the Falcons.
  • (28:35) Reviewing the team’s questionable fourth-down decision in overtime.
  • (36:10) The latest non-call against Julio and Matt Bryant’s never-aging leg.
  • (40:55) The lacking contributions from other receivers and what Kyle Shanahan can do to get more from Mohamed Sanu.
  • (56:15) Adrian Clayborn’s steady play and the improvement of the team’s overall pass rush.
  • (59:50) Reasons why Nate Butler is truly to blame for the Falcons loss.

David departs (1:04:20) and Allen and I finish up with our iTunes reviews and recapping the epic Sunday Night game between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.

Episode 186: 2015 Issues Resurfaced [Download]

Duration: 1 hour, 21 minutes

David is the co-founder of DBN Fanatics Blog. You can find him on twitter: @Deacon_Schiele.

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

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2 Comments on "FalcFans Podcast – Ep. 186 “2015 Issues Resurfaced”"

  1. PianoTaylor | October 26, 2016 at 9:31 pm |

    Another great episode! I was sooo pissed after that loss. I couldn’t understand why they didn’t run the clock out when they had the lead with 3 min left on the clock. The INT was killer

  2. Another great podcast! I Always appreciate you guys’ perspective on the Falcons.

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