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The Scale of Falconliness: Jim Mora, Jr.

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"AND I BE STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ I BE STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ (REPEAT 7X)"
"AND I BE STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ I BE STUNTING LIKE MY DADDY/ (REPEAT 7X)"

Who's the ultimate Falcon? And who's the ultimate anti-Falcon? That's what we're going to find out with our summer project: the Scale of Falconliness. We'll rate former Falcons on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most Falconly.

Doot dee doo, just gonna leave this here...

Jim Mora, Jr., Head Coach (2004 - 2006)

Falconly Unfalconly
  • Led the Falcons to their first (and only) NFC South title
  • Responsible for 33% of all Falcons division titles
  • Only the second Falcons head coach to reach the NFC championship
  • In 2004, somehow squeezed 11 wins out of the league's 20th-best offense and 14th-best defense
  • Yes, basically all the good things are from 2004
  • Did not move to Arkansas in week 14 of any year
  • Currently the second-best head coach in Falcons history, according to winning percentage
  • Proclaimed the University of Washington his dream job -- while still coaching the Falcons
  • Is currently some sort of high school coach yes that's right I said high school coach a high school coach
  • Chortled at Mike Kenn and Jeff Van Note because they "never had consecutive winning seasons"
  • Never had consecutive winning seasons
  • Did have consecutive late-season collapses
  • Likely witnessed the Arthur Blank gasface more times per day than any man alive
  • BFF: DeAngelo Hall
  • Once claimed Michael Vick would be his first draft choice of any football player ever -- there's loyalty, and then there's insanity


Current standings after the jump: