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Falcoholic Podcast: Send us your thoughts and voicemails on the Vikings win

Let us know your thoughts for inclusion on our next podcast.

NFL: Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings Nick Wosika-USA TODAY Sports

Even though the Falcons are sitting at 1-5, there’s suddenly a lot of enthusiasm for the team after an impressive and dominating win on the road against the Vikings. Key players like Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Deion Jones and A.J. Terrell all had great games en route to the 40-23 blow-out win. Even better, the team held on to the lead in the second half, showing the mentality of this team at least seems different from before.

Is it the players? Is it new interim head coach Raheem Morris? Was Dan Quinn the problem all along?

Let us know what you think the catalyst was for this win and whether or not you think it will last. As always, we’ll parse through your voicemails and comments to include on one of our podcasts this week.

There are a few ways to participate:

Call our voicemail

We have a new voicemail line for the Falcoholic podcast. You can use this line for feedback, comments or rants during the season. We’ll also be reaching out - like now - to get your thoughts on different topics for inclusion on one of our shows.

You can get to the voicemail at 404.592.2823.

Please keep your messages civil (relatively) and try to keep it under 60 seconds if possible. We want to feature as many of you as we can.

Leave a comment here

As always, we’ll check back here for comments. We may not be able to include them all, so the more thoughtful and concise the comment, the higher the likelihood you’ll get included. Of course, the occasional “they suck” comment may be included as well.

Respond on twitter

If you’re more into the twitter scene, you can tweet at @FalcoholicPod with the hashtag #PodcastThoughts. As with the comments here, make the comment as thoughtful (or amusing) as possible and we’ll include the best ones as time permits.

Thanks for your support and we look forward (hopefully) to hearing what you have to say!