Dirty Bird Daily – Who were most improved Falcons players in 2015?
Good morning, Falcons fans. It sure was a strange Wild Card Weekend. You have to feel sorry for the Minnesota Vikings, who were a 27-yard field goal away from knocking out the back-to-back NFC champs. While the playoffs continue, the offseason heats up for the Atlanta Falcons. As you sip your morning coffee, enjoy these Falcons stories.
Allen, Stupar among most improved in 2015 — Andrew Hirsh of AtlantaFalcons.com
"As Atlanta worked towards a two-win increase from 2014, a lot of up-and-coming Falcons became key assets thanks to their individual progress. Here’s a look at the team’s five most-improved players in 2015."
Dimitroff needs to move past FA flops — Allen Strk of The Falcoholic
"While past drafts haven’t gone well for the Falcons, free agent flops have been much more common."
Falcons takeaways from last week — Aaron Freeman of FalcFans.com
"This past weekend all four road teams won in the opening round of the playoffs for the first time ever since the modern playoff format was adopted in 1990. And the reason those teams were able to accomplish this first-time feat was because of defense."
Who was the Falcons’ defensive player of the year? — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
"The team’s best cornerback gets a ton of votes from our roundtable."
The road from Falcons ball boy to Clemson QB — Kelsey Conway of AtlantaFalcons.com
"Current starting QB for the Clemson Tigers, Deshaun Watson opens up about his ties to the Atlanta Falcons organization as a former ball boy."