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  1. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2020/7/23/21335170/kaleb-mcgary-and-chris-lindstrom-working-out-with-former-falcons-rg-kynan-forney If you’ve been a regular of our website over the last couple of weeks, you’ve probably read an article or two about former Atlanta Falcons right guard Kynan Forney. Forney made news recently for his private workouts with right guard Chris Lindstrom who was the 14th overall selection by the Falcons in the 2019 NFL Draft. On Wednesday night, Forney stopped by The Falcoholic Live to talk about his private workouts with both Kaleb McGary and Chris Linds
  2. Isaiah Oliver, Calvin Ridley among the Falcons managing to get together to practice in a pandemic You have to imagine every bit of this will help when the season arrives. By Dave Choate May 23, 2020, 12:00pm EDT Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images The Falcons’ virtual offseason program is in full swing at the moment, and it’s been interesting to hear scraps and tidbits about how that program is going. We know the Falcons have been providing guidance and in some cases equipment, but obviously it’s been a tough substitute for actually
  3. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2020/4/24/21234316/the-falcons-didnt-settle-for-a-j-terrell-they-prized-him Trust in this Falcons regime comes at a premium these days. That’s the natural result of two straight 7-9 seasons, one of which came with a bizarre guard-signing spree and cut/re-signing of Matt Bryant that the team insisted was part of the plan all along. Atlanta’s bad habit of yelling that everything is going according to plan even when the house is burning down has certainly dented the fanbase’s willingness to take their words at face value, and with good reason. That b
  4. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2020/3/19/21185640/austin-hooper-thinks-chris-lindstrom-will-be-the-best-lineman-in-football-eventually-falcons
  5. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2020/1/14/21060524/what-the-falcons-need-to-do-to-get-back-to-being-contenders-from-a-personnel-standpoint-dan-quinn t’s another off-season where the Falcons face enormous pressure to craft a championship-caliber roster. They have been labeled as Super Bowl contenders entering the past three seasons, and besides 2017, they have failed to live up to those lofty expectations. Some of their misfortunes will be attributed to cruel injuries and poor coaching. What can’t be ignored are the personnel weaknesses on the roster. From young players not devel
  6. If you have time, give this site some clicks.I'm not affiliated in any way, just feel like it's the right thing to do.... https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/12/23/21033458/falcons-jaguars-recap-questions-and-wins-continue-to-abound-grady-jarrett-matt-ryan-julio-jones The Falcons keep piling up victories, but with the offseason looming, we’re left to wonder what it all means for the players, coaches, and staff. The Falcons, heading into this game, hadn’t beaten in AFC team in too long. It was fair to wonder whether they would be able to triumph over a struggling but still talente
  7. I've posted the entire article, but give Allen some clicks if you don't mind. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/10/2/20894592/dan-quinn-defense-floundering-grady-jarrett-tyeler-davison-deion-jones-titans-colts The Falcons’ defense was supposed to rebound this season. They have instead looked disorganized, unprepared, and undisciplined to start the season. It was supposed to be a revival season for the Falcons. With star players returning on both sides of the ball, they were expected to reestablish themselves as a contender. The hiring of Dirk Koetter wasn’t
  8. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/9/26/20883876/remaining-committed-to-devonta-freeman-will-be-vital-for-the-falcons-progression-dirk-koetter Since receiving a well-deserved contract extension in August 2017, Devonta Freeman has experienced a multitude of different injuries. He suffered multiple concussions in August and November of that year. After returning in December and carrying the Falcons to crucial victories over New Orleans and Tampa Bay, he suffered MCL and PCL injuries during the playoffs. Freeman was injured again on opening night against Philadelphia. He nearly m
  9. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/9/23/20878967/falcons-colts-loss-dan-quinn-frustration-penalties-slow-start-miscues It was difficult to gauge what the Falcons’ outlook was going into yesterday’s game. Following last week’s thrilling victory over Philadelphia, there were plenty of reasons to be optimistic. They played extremely well in the trenches on both sides of the ball, along with producing explosive passing plays and creating turnovers. It’s the type of combination that teams need to be successful. The optimism was more on the cautious side based on previous experience. The
  10. Falcons CB Isaiah Oliver is showing increasing confidence and competence The success of this defense will be impacted by how quickly this second year player can mature. By David J Walker@FalcoholicDW Sep 20, 2019, 6:00pm EDT Jason Get-USTODAYSports When the Falcons cut veteran corner Robert Alford this offseason, it was with the implied understanding that Isaiah Oliver would step up to take his role as a starter on the outside. After being selected in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft, Oliverdidn’t see much time on the field as a rookie. In his seco
  11. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/9/20/20875164/falcons-vs-colts-how-the-game-will-be-decided-devonta-freeman-takkarist-mckinley-matt-ryan Sometimes, all it takes is one win over a perennial contender to help a team get back on track. That’s what the Falcons are hoping for following last Sunday’s thrilling victory over the Eagles. After a disappointing 2018 season and dreadful opening week loss to Minnesota, the pressure was on Dan Quinn’s team. They needed some type of response to show they’re capable of competing with the NFC’s top teams. Although it was more difficult than it s
  12. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/9/12/20861320/after-being-overwhelmed-in-minnesota-isaiah-oliver-is-going-to-be-tested-going-forward-eagles For all the expectations surrounding Dan Quinn’s defense, there weren’t many personnel changes. Talent was added across the defensive line. The linebacker group remained the same, while Ricardo Allen and Keanu Neal returned from season-ending injuries to reform one of the better safety tandems in the league. The one major personnel change came at the cornerback position. Robert Alford was unsurprisingly released following a dreadful 2018. As
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