ATLANTA, GA - JANUARY 01: John Abraham #55 and Jonathan Babineaux #95 of the Atlanta Falcons celebrate after Abraham's sack and fumble recovery against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during play at the Georgia Dome on January 1, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
This ought to be a good one.
There have been a few illustrious players in Atlanta Falcons history at the defensive end position, to say the least. Whether your tastes run more modern or you dig the wayback machine, you can probably find a player who is, if not Hall of Fame caliber, a multiple Pro Bowl selection. The Falcons have done well here.
For that reason alone, this ought to be a fun one to vote on. The top two vote-getters will form our end tandem, so vote for the guy you think was best and we'll roll on from there.
Who is the greatest defensive end in Atlanta Falcons history?
John Abraham (407 votes)
Patrick Kerney (198 votes)
Chuck Smith (83 votes)
Claude Humphrey (331 votes)
John Zook (12 votes)
1031 total votes