Quincy Jean-Louis

Quincy Jean-Louis

Expert on all things Atlanta. Political Science major at Kennesaw State University.
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Atlanta is Getting Tired of Dan Quinn

Falcons fans are tired. Tired of not winning, tired of being embarrassed, and tired of Dan Quinn’s empty words. This is not Cincinnati; Atlanta will not tolerate a decade of upper-tier mediocrity from Quinn. We have tasted a Championship again thanks to Atlanta United, and the city is hungrier than ever. Either win or get

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Grady Jarrett’s Extension is Just the Beginning

What will the extension look like? Grady Jarrett has firmly established himself as an elite interior defensive linemen. It is no secret that the Falcons are fully committed to extending him, and Thomas Dimitroff has openly stated that signing Jarrett to an extension is the top priority this offseason. Since being drafted out of Clemson

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Under the Radar Free Agent Options for the Falcons

The Falcons have several holes to fill after a dismal 2018 campaign. While the team will do everything in their power to improve the roster, the front office will have to play their cards right this offseason. Between the substantial amount of money tied up into veteran contracts, and the plethora of young core defenders

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Dear New Orleans: Stop Embarrassing Yourself

The Saints started the game with a 13-point lead, had a 10-point lead late in the third quarter, and had the ball first to start overtime. They settled for two early field goals in the red zone and scored a grand total of 10 points after the first quarter. With 1:58 remaining in the game,

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Critical decisions to be made in the Falcons secondary

It’s no secret that the Falcons had a plethora of issues on the defensive side of the ball, especially in the secondary. Between injuries, hefty contracts for underperforming players, and emerging young stars, Quinn and Co. have some critical decisions to make this offseason. The Falcons had a porous defense last year. They ranked 28th

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