What is the Falcons Biggest Defensive Need?

Let the Debate Rage……..

Is Sidbury Jr. an Answer at D-End? (Curtis Compton/AJC)

As the Falcons ready for the NFL Draft in April, one of the most hotly debated topics among fans is what the Bird need most. The opinions are wide-ranging and rarely are in complete agreement on which direction Dimitroff and Co. should go first, particularly with the Falcons not owning a second round draft pick, barring a move by TD to get a 2nd rounder back for Tony Gonzalez last year. It can be argued that the Falcons can move on any number of paths and fill needs, as opposed to depth. The Birds obviously have several needs on offense, defense, and special teams, but the idea is to decide which areas need addressed the most. An argument for each position and which needs are biggest and most pressing as the Draft approaches (listed in alphabetical order):

Special thanks to ProFootballFocus.com, the definitive football stats website, and Unca’ Bob for turning us on to it…..

Cornerback

This one will probably be the most intense in terms of the direction the Falcons need to go according to fans. There are basically two schools of thought. One is that the cornerbacks were representative of one of the worst passing defenses in the NFL statistically and it needs a serious overall and immediate attention. The other school of thought is that once Chris Owens and Brent Grimes finally settled into the starting roles and became comfortable, they shined and showed that they possibly can be the starting corners of the future. Either way, Chris Owens looks to at least be one of the those corners and Grimes proved many doubters wrong, but many can’t get over his size at 5’9. Regardless of where they play, they are certainly will have a place in the rotation. Chris Houston is the biggest question mark of the off-season. Will he continue to get more time as a starter? Will he be moved to nickel, where his speed can be used? Or will he be released outright? Chevis Jackson had a decent year, but digressed some after his splendid rookie year. Tye Hill is also a big question mark as well, but will probably be afforded every opportunity in a full off-season with the Falcons. Many believed Brian Williams wouldn’t be re-signed, but Dimitroff led many to believe he probably would ink him again after good rehab reports. Although Owens ranks 46th, Jackson ranks 51st, Grimes 76th, Houston 82nd, and Williams 85th, a closer look at the stats reveals that Grimes ranked in the top 16 CBs in terms of the opposing QB Rating when throwing to his side.

Comprehensive Cornerback Ranking

Opposing QB Rating vs. Corner Ranking

Defensive End

FALCONS 19, DOLPHINS 7 -- Falcons' Backup DE Kroy Biermann (left) had a big game. He came in on the second play, forced an early fumble and wound up with two sacks. John Abraham had Atlanta's other two sacks. But he wasn't the only one. In his Falcons debut, tight end Tony Gonzalez hauled in a touchdown pass and became the 21st player in NFL history with 11,000 yards receiving.

Is Biermann an Every Down DE? (Bob Andres/AJC)

Outside of cornerback, this is likely the position that will see some of the most spirited debate among fans. John Abraham will turn 32 years of age in May and will be playing in 1 of his last 2 years on his contract with the Birds. After an amazing year racking up 16.5 sacks in 2008, Abe seemed to have a down year in terms of sacks and went missing for a large stretch in the middle part of the season. Even though Abraham only collared 6.5 sacks in 2009, he was one of the higher ranked defensive ends according to other stats such as tackles, qb hits, qb pressures, and other statistics according to ProFootballFocus.com (the definitive football stat website). Abraham ranked 4th in terms of total defensive ends including defending both the run and pass. Kroy Biermann had 2 sacks in his rookie year, and vaulted to 5 sacks in limited snaps. Many believe that Biermann is the potential future at one of the defensive end spots, or at least deserves the chance next year. Lawrence Sidbury Jr. was extremely limited in his snaps, but his physical ability and upside seems limitless and could be an eventual starter. Chauncey Davis has proven to be a valuable backup, but missed on his big chance to take-over the starting role, but he does fill out the D-End spot and give a great deal of hustle, effort, and versatility in playing defensive tackle if needed. Comprehensive defensive end rankings from ProFootballFocus.com among 4-3 D-Ends. Abraham ranks 4th, Biermann ranks 14th, and C.Davis ranks 29th.

Comprehensive Defensive End Ranking

Defensive Tackle

Although the Falcons didn’t get dominate pressure from the inside (Babineaux did have 6 sacks to himself though), lost Peria Jerry in the 2nd game, and Babineaux will likely see a multiple game suspension, Dimitroff is unlikely to spend another 1st round pick on a defensive tackle in consecutive years. Also considering that Babineaux was recently locked in with a long-term contract in 2008, assumption would have it that Dimitroff wouldn’t spend 1st round money on 3 defensive tackles. Jerry was playing very good before getting injured as well. Jamaal Anderson may have found a good position with his excellent size and playing the run well, especially if he can add some weight. Dimitroff’s steal of the draft appears to be Vance Walker taken in the 7th round. Walker didn’t have fantastic stats, but he stepped in the rotation and played extremely well, likely assuring his spot on the rotation. If the Falcons keep 5 defensive tackles on the roster, the battle will be between Thomas Johnson and Trey Lewis. Johnson had a very good year filling in throughout the season and Lewis seemed slow from his recovery, but did get back in the mix. Using the same website, Babineaux ranked as the top defensive tackle in terms of overall production, Jamaal Anderson 37th (not enough snaps to register in stats), Vance Walker 59th, Thomas Johnson 61st, and Peria Jerry 90th (low due to lack of snaps).

Comprehensive Defensive Tackle Ranking

Middle Linebacker

This one’s pretty obviously not a need at all since Curtis Lofton is one of the core members of the Falcons defense and team, and is arguably the leader of the defense. One of the best young middle linebackers in the league, a tackling machine that will only get better and better as the years progress. Still needs to improve coverage and is no threat in terms of QB pressure (likely a product of the defensive), but clearly not a need since he was close to making the Pro Bowl this past year. Dimitroff may draft for depth, but has Peterson for another year to bridge the gap in an emergency. Whether Tony Gilbert will be re-signed after going on IR is a very interesting story to follow as well. Ranked 17th among middle/inside linebackers according to ProFootballFocus.com.

Comprehensive Middle Linebacker Ranking

Outside Linebacker

Perhaps the biggest and most pressing need this off-season, if for no other reason than Mike Peterson will turn 34 years old this summer. Peterson started off great and appeared to have a ton of gas left in the tank, but predictably wore down as the 16 game schedule played out. Stephen Nicholas had a pretty good year in his first one as a starter, collaring 3 sacks, being good in terms of rushing the QB and playing the run, but having weakness in coverage. Nicholas will probably only get better and appears to be manning one of the OLB positions for awhile. Coy Wire is an excellent special teamer and superb backup. Spencer Adkins has immense upside and has the coaches raving, but is still very raw and should be considered a backup until proving otherwise. Even though Peterson collared a high number of tackles, he only racked up one sack, and proved to provide no QB pressure, and was also a liability in the run game. Weakside linebackers usually are bigger playmakers in terms of rushing the QB since they don’t have a tight end to worry about. The stats may not be perfect, but ranking 50th out of 53 OLBs in any criteria is bad.

Comprehensive Outside Linebacker Ranking

Safety

Like middle linebacker, this one is definitely not a need, at least not this year. Thomas DeCoud cemented himself as the leader of the secondary with a very good to excellent year in his first year as a starter. DeCoud ranked as a top ten safety and appears to be yet another steal by Dimitroff after learning the ropes his rookie year. Erik Coleman on the other hand had a strong year in supporting the run, but had a very poor year in terms of coverage. Coleman should expect a big battle from William Moore returning from IR. Moore looks to supplant Coleman next year in the starting lineup, but regardless of who starts, the Falcons are good at safety for the foreseeable future. DeCoud ranked 10th, but Coleman ranked 42nd among all safeties.

Comprehensive Safety Ranking

Time to Rank

Using the cold hard data and arguments above, rank the Falcons biggest needs in terms of their defense. My weak attempt:

1) Outside Linebacker – Absolutely the biggest need and should be the highest on the Falcons radar when the 19th pick comes around in April. Sean Weatherspoon or Sergio Kindle would look great in a Falcons uniform, would add immediate play-making ability to the LB corps, and would pair with Lofton and Nicholas to form a young and deadly LB trio. Peterson will be 34 and was only a stop-gap anyway. Time to bridge the gap.

2) Cornerback – The Falcons will have a plethora of players on the roster competing for spots and competition should produce the best, but TD does need to add one more playmaker at cornerback to compete for a starting spot. Owens and Grimes proved to be potential starting corners, but its time for Dimitroff to add another one of his corners. CB Joe Haden will be long gone and all other potential corners are too big of risks. If Dimitroff could sneak back into the second round, Patrick Robinson, Perrish Cox, Kyle Wilson, and/or Kareem Jackson could be available.

3) Defensive Tackle – Tough call on this one and defensive end, but if Dimitroff could add another big body to compete for roster spot in the 4th round, for example, the defensive line could quickly go from being a big question mark and weakness to one of superb strength. Babineaux, Anderson, Jerry, and Walker should be the top 4, and a big battle could rage for the number 5 spot. Cam Thomas (330+ lbs) from North Carolina perhaps?

4) Defensive End – Likely where many fans will disagree. It is true that the Falcons lack a true pass rusher, Abe is coming off a “down” year, and the Jamaal Anderson DE experiment is over; but Kroy Biermann deserves every shot to be an every-down DE after showing excellent improvement in each year. Lawrence Sidbury Jr. has immense upside and could eventually take over for Abraham. Chauncey Davis is an excellent backup. As Falcon fans know all too well, defensive end is a huge risk in the first round. If Biermann and Sidbury Jr. aren’t the answer, than we know what to expect next draft, but they at least deserve a shot. Could unrestricted free agent, former Georgia Bulldog, and former Patriot Richard Seymour be a short-term fix?

5) Safety - Thomas DeCoud, Erik Coleman, and William Moore provides the Falcons strength at safety, at least for another year until we see what Moore’s got.

6) Middle Linebacker – Curtis Lofton is the leader of the defense and one of the best, young ILBs in the league. Could draft a backup, but nothing but a very late draft pick.

Your Turn

Discuss and rank what are the biggest defensive needs this off-season, as we approach Free Agency and the Draft. How wrong is my order of ranking of needs on the D side of the ball? Give your own rankings and opinions on what the Falcons need the MOST on defense, not necessarily what will happen in Free Agency and the Draft, but what SHOULD happen according to you.

Enjoy…………

405 comments Add your comment

Unca' Bob

February 12th, 2010
12:47 pm

now tha't funny

February 12th, 2010
12:57 pm

If Grimes starts 16 games he will have 10 picks. We could get immediate impact from a linebacker or d-lineman. I really beleive our secondary is decent if we had a better pass rush.

WR

February 12th, 2010
1:17 pm

D3, not only great read as usual but you asked about topics to use and this was one I thought about, read my mind my friend. I’d say definitely outside linebacker, the D-Line just needs more time in my opinion, even if we believe Abe is about done, the Falcons still have options with Sid, Biermann, Davis, and even moving Babs out to DE. In the middle between Jerry, Babs, Walker, Johnson and the constant punchline JA#98 the interior of the DL will only get better. CB is its own matter, the coaches like the current CBs even if we don’t, hell, most outside observers don’t but the coaches believe, chances are they will pick up a CB in the third or later rounds, but Peterson’s replacement is a key need for the team, see Spoon, not saying I’m abroad the train yet.

SW, see you there, I love the fact that most think Tech will take a step back without really considering why, the team lost two of their best players on a pitiful defense plus they just happened to lose a horrible DC, lets see, chances are the D can’t get any worse. Offensively the Jackets lose Dwyer who teams were completely focusing on stopping, but now without him as a focal point the Jackets gain a very good replacement in Allen who had been playing out of position as a A back. Now the Jackets did also lose Bay Bay, but Jackson is more then able to take up part of that slack, and when considering Nesbitt can only improve as a passer as he has each year in the Jackets offense as crazy as it may sound, I aspect the O to be even better. To top it off only a couple of teams run a 3-4 defense in the ACC and only a few period in College, now imagine not being able to solely focus on the Jackets unconventional offense because they now run a not so everyday defense that teams have to prepare for, so yeah, we’ll be in the championship game, but the question is will the Noles,LOL.

BT

February 12th, 2010
1:17 pm

IMO, the biggest need is an edge pass rusher and/or a shut down corner.
The Falcons defense simply has to get off the field on 3rd down.
I believe, the Falcons ranked 31st in 3rd down efficiency.
There will be not topping the Saints until that situation is rectified.

The Real Falcon

February 12th, 2010
1:22 pm

DE who can rush the passer and needs a double team.
OLB who has speed off the edge and can rush the passer and cover in space.
Shutdown corner who moves all other passes to the other side. Then let the rest of the CB’s fight it out for the other position.
Experieced backup QB who has played successfully in the league. Starters get hurt.

The Real Falcon

February 12th, 2010
1:24 pm

By the way Grimes is NOT 5′9.

BT

February 12th, 2010
1:30 pm

Grimes is 5 10 in cleats?

DDawgDavis

February 12th, 2010
1:31 pm

Taylor Mays and no I am not on the payroll…..yet.

N

February 12th, 2010
1:34 pm

I’m really not against drafting Taylor Mays and forcing him to play OLB. A bit more interested in that comparing physical stats between him, Spoon and Kindle. — Other than that, I’d probably prefer DT over DE. Think there will be a need with the suspension, and good DTs will make the DEs we have better. I agree that they deserve a shot before we go out and start replacing them with other DEs. Seems like Cody could be a deal this draft, same with some other DTs, like UNC’s and Tenn’s. I hope we stay far away from that South Florida DE that’s been good for one year (”but with freakish ability!” … we’ve seen how that flash in the pan has worked out before).

BT

February 12th, 2010
1:36 pm

2010 will be Abrahams and Petersons last season with the Falcons, IMO.
If, that be the case?
DE is every bit the need as an OLB, If not more so.

BT

February 12th, 2010
1:42 pm

Personally, I am against taking a DT in the draft.
Counting JA98, there are already at least 5 on the roster.
Even with a Babs supension for a few games, there is simply no place to put one.

BT

February 12th, 2010
1:49 pm

What if, the Falcons sign Antonio Pierce?
Then they could move Peterson inside as Loftons backup and cut Tony Gilbert, with Pierce as the starting WLB.
That one move would improve two LB positions.

Hirsutedawg

February 12th, 2010
2:22 pm

Why not try and trade up and get Joe Haden? He WILL be a shutdown corner.

Marcus

February 12th, 2010
2:29 pm

I say DE , CB, OLB ranking top defensive priority ….. Only problem for me is … everyone I like will probably be gone, as they are viable choices in the 1st 3 rounds.

falcon21

February 12th, 2010
2:38 pm

A shutdown corner will give the D-line the extra second they needed last season. We need to get a Corner and OLB. Barring injury our D-Line should be ok.

JJ

February 12th, 2010
2:38 pm

OLB, DE and CB.

Marcus

February 12th, 2010
2:39 pm

Now, if we are going for OLB or a hybrid LB/DE, I say we snag TCU’s Jerry Hughes, since he is being projected as a LB in the NFL. I say CB is top priority ONLY IF Dimitroff and Smith believe that Biermann and Sidbury @ DE are the future. If so, that give more flexibility for our pick and my priority list from 2:29 post gets switched to: OLB, CB.
From a names standpoint, I like LBs Hughes (TCU) Kindle (Texas), Weatherspoon (Mizzou), CBs K. Wilson (Boise St) and P. Robinson (FL State)

Southside Falcon

February 12th, 2010
2:45 pm

@BT cause Pierce is about the same age as Peterson that would just delay the inevitable. These DEs are scary average at best and Owens and Grimes esp Grimes(hated on him HARD) Have impressed with better play down the stretch. OLB is way more pressing at this point and there is better first round talent in this draft than in CBs and DEs

ATLJBO

February 12th, 2010
2:46 pm

DE:In our scheme getting a front 4 pressure is key… Like Sapp said… “DT’s pressure the middle but DE’s get sacks” .. An impact DE can make your whole Defense look better…. I really like Kroy Biermann and El Sid tho…. I just dont know if either is the answer for the LDE spot.

CB:We need a #1 CB… Grimes ball skills would come in handy as a NB and Owens looked good on the other island position… We need a CB that can check the bigger #1 WR’s…. By the sound of Coach Smith end of the year press conference… He wants a bigger CB also.

OLB:I know longer think Mike Peterson is a 3 down LB… Stephen Nicholas is going to be a good LB for us…. He really improved in coverage in the 2nd half of the year…… If you really look at it…. Besides NE and Panthers game… He was very solid in coverage and we all know Nicholas was good against the run & as a blitzer….. I still remember Nicholas running stride for stride with Dustin Keller and almost picking the ball off…Curtis Lofton was a beast against the run but he kinda struggled in coverage…. I think he will improve in coverage tho… It was Lofton’s 1st year playing 3rd downs… The Coaching Staff really likes Spencer Adkins but i def see us adding a mid round LB.

DT:With Peria Jerry coming back we will have a pretty solid DT rotation… I wouldn’t be surprised if TD added another pass rushing DT.

S: We are solid at this position also…On 790 the zone Steve Wyche really like our Safety position…. He compared Decoud to a younger Darren Sharp and said William Moore will be a good Safety if he remain healthy…. We also have a good vet Safety in Erik Coleman..

MLB: MLB is not a huge need.

That’s the way i would rank it.

CBrass

February 12th, 2010
2:55 pm

D3,

IMO this is your best post thus far. Excellent work my friend.

Beirmann will be an excellent DE if he is able to solely concentrate on that position(as you all know he’s an excellent special team player). He made major strides last season and just image what he could have done if snaps weren’t given to Mr. Bust. Many have stated that no CB is worth taking in the first round after Haden and I have to say that I agree. If it was up to me Chris Houston would be cut. I do not understand for the life of me why he can’t get his head around and locate the football while it’s in the air. Any former CB on here if so is it really that hard to turn and locate the ball? Many people wants to pick on Grimes for his height but at least he has steadily progressed over the years which is something that I can not say for Houston.

I would rank our needs as OLB, CB, DE, DT, S, MLB.

BT

February 12th, 2010
3:01 pm

@Southside, that would definatly be a win now move by addressing a need and freeing up a first day pick to use on the other side of the ball.
Just an idea anyways.

BTW, great comments by Marcus and ATLJBO

The Real Falcon

February 12th, 2010
3:15 pm

I was not very clear before. The shutdown corner should come from free agency not the draft. We need someone who is already experienced. See how that made the Jets defense last season? The DE/OLB should come from the draft.

Atl's Superman

February 12th, 2010
3:23 pm

Defensive End. The rest will Fall into place. If we notice that the D line had no push with the Injury to Jerry, and The lack of talent at left end. So the QB had all day in the pocket, and the coverage Broke down, Our DB’s Are fine(ish) and the the LB’s are Solid, the Safeties are Awsome so Go get a DE, in Free Agency (peppers) or in the Draft!

LRD

February 12th, 2010
3:26 pm

D3, i would say you have them ranked about just right.
I say with others, shutdown CB would be great, and expect that could be our big FA pick up this year.
Biermann I think is going to be awesome!
OLB is what we will draft first to groom for Peterson replacement.

Devils advocate, the best thing our D could get is an O that churns up yards and eats the clock and keeps 3 and outs to a minimum… thus leaving our D on the bench to come in hungry ,rested,and ready to shut down opponents

Atl's Superman

February 12th, 2010
3:37 pm

LRD: a defense should always be hungry. Granted the O should put forth an effort to keep them rested but the Defense should never no have that fire to when. Hints why they say A Defense Wins Championships. as we all have learned from this past Superbowl

Without-a-clue

February 12th, 2010
4:18 pm

Sign a FA OLB and draft the best DE or DT available in the 1st round. Then let TD work his magic in the later rounds and with undrafted FAs.

draft-hope

February 12th, 2010
4:21 pm

More qtr-back pressure will always make the secondary look better.I don’t mind if TD invest the majority of this draft on defense again,although I would love to see a big offensive lineman taken with our First or Third round pick.

BT

February 12th, 2010
4:43 pm

Draft-hope,
I don`t know about most of the picks going to the D?
The D is young but talented as it stands, where do you put the picks?
I am with you on the big 1st day O-lineman and maybe a WR or two.
The walk up Undrafted FA`s are not getting it done.

@Atl superman,
Defense does not win championships, anymore.
Prolific and balanced offense and a adequate defense that creates turnovers does.

Marcus

February 12th, 2010
5:40 pm

@ATLJBO,
I haven’t heard much since the pre-season, but UVAs Ras-I Dowling is a biiiiiiig CB. Not sure is he is coming out early or where he projects (draft position-wise) as an NFL prospect.

ATLJBO

February 12th, 2010
6:04 pm

Ras-I Dowling did not enter the draft early…. But yea… Its a couple of big CB’s that should be 2nd round picks. (I know we dont have a 2nd round pick)

D Hall

February 12th, 2010
6:13 pm

To all the people that want to insist Grimey, my child is not 5′ 9″, he is taller than that without cleats on, why should that matter if he can jump and get the ball, and he has proven that, give him a chance and stop hating on him. Let him play and prove himself to all you haters. I can’t wait until next season. Have a nice summer.

robert

February 12th, 2010
6:43 pm

olb, cb, de
i dont see dt,mlb or s as a need this yearunless therea a big upside guylate in draft
i REALLY like hughes(tcu) i watched hem play a few times this year and was blown away by hiss pass rushing ability he’d be a great WLB

JJ

February 12th, 2010
7:02 pm

D3, you know I love stats, great blog. If we expand the stats to all players in the nfl who played at least one down at WLB, Peterson ranks 103 out of 109. This is clearly our #1 need. Spoon baby, spoon!

Sarah B, hope you had a great day!

Unca' Bob

February 12th, 2010
7:20 pm

D3,

Thanks for another great post. Sorry about the short-lead in post, I was looking for an ounce of prevention.

My wish is to have more pressure on the QB. We did not do a good job of it this year. In particular, up the middle. Babs had a pretty good year, but recieved little to no help. Should P Jerry return and perform, I would be tickled pink. And by perform I mean last for more than a game and a quarter. I think there were several Cagers questioning Jerry’s injury history. Myself included.If I remember corectly, I said , great motor, weak suspension. I have no trust in any continued success from him. With TD’s ties to the Rams, perhaps we should be talking to them. Suh will be a beast for many years and can no doubt be a force at any D-line position. PS. At the end of the day, the D rules. Ask the prolific Colts Offense.

darrell starks

February 12th, 2010
7:48 pm

CORNERBACK, CORNERBACK, AND MORE CORNERBACK, OUR FRONT SEVEN IS OKAY BUT OUR CORNERBACK THE WORST IN THE NFL.
GO FALCONS!!!!!!

darrell starks

February 12th, 2010
7:50 pm

TD must draft corner first wide reciver second, we need a second round pick can td pull it of.
GO FALCONS!!!!!!!

BT

February 12th, 2010
7:56 pm

Unca Bob,
At the end of the day.
The team with the highest rated QB ruled.
I projected that before the Super Bowl and you as well as several other great football minds here refuted it.
Now it seems you trying to spin it into something other than what it was?

darrell starks

February 12th, 2010
7:56 pm

IST PICK PATRICK ROBINSON CB
2ND PICK DAMIAN WILLIAM WR
FREE AGENT DUNTA ROBINSON CB HOUSTON TEXAS

falcon21

February 12th, 2010
8:00 pm

I think Matt Ryan knows more about pressure than anyone else in the league. Pick your poison, I know as of now this blog is about the D. but ask Steve Bart what he would given for a good O-Line in his early years. As for D rules, if Manning would have not had a brain fart late in the game the game could have been different. For a prolific Defense that is still a lot of points to give up.

JJ

February 12th, 2010
8:01 pm

darrell, even deion and revis cannot cover receivers for 5-10 sec. What would happen if our db’s only had to cover 3-5 sec. Perhaps better stats for our young db’s? Not saying TD wont draft one in later rds but you do realise theirs a connection from pass rushers and db’s covering abilities. Just sayin…

Sarah B

February 12th, 2010
8:05 pm

Ya’ll watching the Olyimpics?

JJ

February 12th, 2010
8:08 pm

CBrass

February 12th, 2010
8:09 pm

Sarah B,

How did the interview go and yes I’m watching. There isn’t anything else on.

LRD

February 12th, 2010
8:11 pm

F21: Just poking at ya, but more than Jason Campbell or more than Stafford.. Those 2 amaze me in their toughness. They both had the snot beaten out of them.. and heck look at Campbell…he just kept coming back. The kid was a punching bag.

I cant say this blog is all about the D.. there have been many wanting coaching changes, a new rcvr or two, have questions(ed) Baker, and man in the middle McClure is getting long of tooth… So there are def O needs that will need to be addressed.

Unca' Bob

February 12th, 2010
8:11 pm

BT,

Not. The team that played the better D won. Would you like me to repost the 14 points scored by the NO offense? I repeat, there are three phases to football, O, D, St. Your Ego seems to have clouded your thinking. I’ve never been your enemy, nor do I ever want to be. All I have ever wanted is a winning and viable Falcons franchise. PSS, I do not spin.

Sarah B

February 12th, 2010
8:20 pm

I know right CBrass! And I hink it went well, we shall see…

Sarah B

February 12th, 2010
8:22 pm

You remember when Dan Patrick was on ATL radio??? I do.

Sarah B

February 12th, 2010
8:22 pm

And CBrass that was think…

CBrass

February 12th, 2010
8:23 pm

Sarah, I’m sure you did great. Hey the Thrashers are playing.

Unca' Bob

February 12th, 2010
8:26 pm

Sarah B,

Nothing but hopes and prayers for ‘ya!! I have the faith in you!