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Falcoholic Podcast: Reviewing the Thomas Dimitroff years - 2010

The beginning of the cracks in the foundation.

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Our ongoing podcast series reviewing the Thomas Dimitroff years for the Falcons continues today with his efforts in the 2010 season. This season featured a team that would go 13-3 but ultimately get bounced by the Green Bay Packers (and a red hot Aaron Rodgers) in the 2nd round of the playoffs.

To talk about the season, Aaron Freeman of the Locked On Falcons podcast joined me to discuss the free agent moves and draft class to see how the former general manager did.

Topics discussed:

  • The signing of free agent corner Dunta Robinson and why his big contract may have ultimately led to the departure of Brent Grimes
  • The selection of Sean Weatherspoon and why the pick made sense, even if the player didn’t ultimately work out
  • The relatively decent draft, including picks like Corey Peters and Joe Hawley
  • And unexpected Kerry Meier rant
  • So much more

If you’re interested in catching up with prior entries in the series, you can find links to them below.



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