FalcFans Podcast – Ep. 189 “Third Quarter Asset”


Allen and I are joined by Rise Up Reader’s Cory Woodroof to recap the Atlanta Falcons’ Week Nine win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football. On this episode we talk about a multitude of topics including the following:

  • (2:35) The Falcons new-found third-quarter success as well as their ability to finally get over the hump and beat the Bucs under Dan Quinn.
  • (10:20) The impact of Taylor Gabriel.
  • (15:45) Devonta Freeman’s standout performance.
  • (24:30) Antone Smith and Jonathan Babineaux.
  • (26:25) Austin Hooper versus Michael Palmer.
  • (32:20) Whether Mohamed Sanu’s improved play as of late is inspired by online criticism.
  • (36:25) Robert Alford’s struggles against Mike Evans and the latter’s potential as a top-tier wide receiver.
  • (43:55) Deciding whether Evan’s catch or Keanu Neal’s hit was more spectacular, as well as a discussion of Jalen Collins.
  • (53:25) The emergence of Adrian Clayborn and Brooks Reed’s spin move.
  • (1:02:30) The play of rookies including Brian Poole, Deion Jones and De’Vondre Campbell, along with other improvements made by the defense in recent weeks.

Cory leaves (1:16:50) and Allen and I finish out the show with iTunes reviews.

Episode 189: Third Quarter Asset [Download]

Duration: 1 hour, 22 minutes

Cory writes for Rise Up Reader blog and can be found on twitter: @CoryWoodroof47.

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

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1 Comment on "FalcFans Podcast – Ep. 189 “Third Quarter Asset”"

  1. Really don’t like the new falcoholic podcast. Always post in the comments about this podcast as it is much better.

    Even tho your hate for the rookies and the president Ben garland is unfair

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