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A chat with Jessie Tuggle, a Falcons-Giants preview, and a look back at Dan Quinn's first win

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It's a packed podcast this week.

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The Falcoholic/FalcFans podcast is honored to welcome Jessie Tuggle to the podcast this week, bringing a living Atlanta Falcons legend to the airwaves for your listening pleasure.

If you love The Hammer as much as I do—and he remains my favorite Atlanta Falcon of all-time, so you may or may not be able to compete with that—you won't want to miss out on this. You'll be especially interested to hear his thoughts on his sons Justin Tuggle and Grady Jarrett, with the latter looking impressive Monday night against the Eagles and helped to force one of Sam Bradford's two interceptions on the night. He also discusses his near-retirement in 1996, and whether he would have considered leaving Atlanta if free agency had hit earlier.

This week's other special guest, who participated in the first live FalcFans broadcast on Tuesday night alongside your hosts Aaron Freeman and Allen Strk, is none other than Andrew Parsons. He's a savvy draft and NFL analyst who has some nice insights on the team today, and what may lie ahead for the Falcons under Dan Quinn, so you'll want to listen. The trio also breaks down Falcons-Eagles and previews Falcons-Giants, if you're into that sort of thing.

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