Deen Worley

Deen Worley

I am a graduate of Valdosta State University. Lifelong supporter of the Atlanta Falcons and the Georgia Bulldogs. i am also very much Pro-Matt Ryan, some may even call me a Ryan-ite.
Dan Quinn

Falcons: “Brotherhood fell on deaf ears”

Former head coach of the Atlanta Falcons, Dan Quinn, had several popularized slogans during his tenure. “In Brotherhood” was amongst the most infamous. But when did the “brotherhood” die?  Michael Silver of The NFL Network spoke with a former Falcons player to pinpoint the answer to that question, and here’s what he learned. “The brotherhood

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Falcons: Change is finally here, takeaways from Week 5

For the fifth straight week, the Falcons have allowed over 300 yards passing. With the official announcement expected to be coming Monday morning, the Dan Quinn era in Atlanta is coming to an end after their Week 5 23-16 loss to Carolina. Never has an 0-5 team made the playoffs, so firing Quinn now is the best

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Panthers will provide a tough test for the Falcons

Going into the season, it was heavily predicted that Carolina would finish last in the NFC South. While that still could be true, the Falcons currently sit two games behind the Panthers heading into their Week 5 matchup. If Atlanta wants to make a turnaround, Carolina kicks off a run of games that will allow

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Falcons: How the rest of the NFC South fared in Week 4

It was up to the Falcons to finish out a strong Week 4 for the NFC South. Of course, they couldn’t do it, losing on Monday night to Green Bay and falling even further behind in the division.  Saints win over Lions After a Drew Brees interception, the Lions had the Saints facing a 14-point

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Falcons: Defensive and offensive woes, takeaways from Week 4

The Falcons continue to be the embarrassment of the NFL. In what was supposed to rival Los Angeles and Kansas City’s 54-51 Monday Night Football shootout, the Packers completely shut down the Falcons offense while gashing Atlanta’s defense whenever they felt like it. The Falcons started the season off 1-4 in 2018. They followed that

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Falcons: Four questions for Week 4

The Atlanta Falcons are looking to avoid an 0-4 start, something that hasn’t happened since 1999. To do this, they will need to hurdle one of the NFL’s best passing offenses and a mountain of injuries. Despite being only Week 4, it’s pretty evident how important this game is regarding the outlook for the rest of

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Falcons: MVPs and LVPs of September

The Atlanta Falcons have seen their fair share of highs and lows this early into the season. Albeit, the highs haven’t been that high, and the lows have been record-breaking. Poor player execution and coaching failures have hindered the success of this franchise. That’s not to say there weren’t any standout players, because there were,

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Falcons: Kendall Sheffield, Jordan Miller to add depth at cornerback

It’s hard to believe that the Falcons don’t have the worst pass defense in the NFL. That title belongs to Seattle. However, Atlanta has allowed more than 1,000 passing yards over the first three weeks. While it’s expected to see big numbers from Russell Wilson and Dak Prescott, they also let the Bears torch them

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Falcons: Dan Quinn has a favorable run of games to save his job

According to Vegas, Falcons head coach Dan Quinn will be the first one fired.  Week 4 pins Atlanta against Green Bay on Monday night, as the Falcons try to avoid an 0-4 start to the season, a feat that hasn’t been done since 1999. However, a win on Monday could turn the whole season around

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Falcons: NFC South rundown for Week 3

The Atlanta Falcons are doing everything they can to offset the notion that the NFC South is the best division in football. Despite the slow start, the Falcons entered Week 3 only one game behind first-place New Orleans and Tampa Bay, who both sat at 1-1 on the season. On the weekend, the NFC South went 2-2,

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