Chase Irle

Chase Irle

Founder and writer for Graduate from LSU with an addiction to sports. If you are interested in writing, contributing in any way, or have any questions or comments email me at
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Judging The Athletic’s potential Braves trades

The Braves are now 5 games back of the Mets for first place in the NL East. It sounds ugly, and it is, but there is still plenty of time for this team to turn it around and make a run at their fourth consecutive division title. However, for that to happen, they likely will

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Hawks: John Collins is earning his money this series

Because Collins is in a contract year, and it is believed he will be looking for a max this offseason, his performance is under a microscope. And unfortunately, when that happens, the bad performances are often remembered for much longer than the good ones. That’s been the case for Collins this postseason. It’s fair to

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Mike Soroka Top-100 rank is just the beginning

Braves: Mike Soroka is optimistic in more ways than one

The Mike Soroka injury saga in 2021 has been a rollercoaster. Before the season, it looked like he could be a part of the rotation before May. Then he had a setback with his shoulder that shut him down. Soroka began throwing a couple of weeks later, and a return before the All-Star break still

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Composure will be the key to the Hawks clinching the series

Closeout games are always the toughest, but they are even more challenging when one team — the Hawks — has come back from seemingly insurmountable deficits not once but twice in a row. The 76ers have every reason to believe they can come into Atlanta and flip the script, sending the series back to Philadelphia

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Braves: A 40/40 season could still be in the cards for Ronald Acuña

There hasn’t been much 40/40 talk surrounding Ronald Acuña as of late. Perhaps that’s because Atlanta’s horrid start has fans worrying about more important aspects of the team, or maybe it was his timid start in the stolen base department after he injured his hand early in the season. Either way, I’ve rarely seen Acuña’s

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Falcons: First impressions of Arthur Smith and Minicamp recap

Talkin’ Birdy is back this week, as Matt Karoly, Alex Lord, and Jake Gordon recap the hot topics of minicamp. They also give their first impressions of new head coach Arthur Smith as well as talk about the Falcons preseason schedule. The episode has recently been uploaded to our YouTube channel, which you can watch

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Hawks: Lou Williams wins on and off the court

At 34-years-old, Lou Williams may not be the three-time Sixth Man of the Year award winner that he once was, but last night, he was arguably the #1 reason the Hawks were able to manufacture a 26-point comeback on the road to put them one game away from the Eastern Conference Finals. The last few

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Falcons sign Shareef Miller

The Falcons made another smaller signing today, inking a deal with DE/OLB Shareef Miller. Congratulations to #TeamDEC client ⁦@Sacks5thReef⁩ on signing with ⁦@AtlantaFalcons⁩ — DEC Management (@davidcanter) June 17, 2021 Miller was actually a fourth-round pick in 2019 for the Eagles after an impressive career at Penn State, where he racked up 14.5 sacks

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The Hawks did it… AGAIN

As Atlanta sports fans, we’ve been put through the ringer time and time again. I don’t even have to go through the countless heartbreaking — almost unfathomable — losses that have probably made several of you question whether you’ll ever tune into another sporting event again. But like a sick addiction, we crawl back to

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