While Falcons’ fans may not exactly have the fondest of memories of Dennis Dixon after their 15-9 loss in Pittsburgh, Michael Bean of Behind the Steel Curtain breaks down why he was proud of Dixon’s performance.
So how did I think he fared? I was neither overly impressed, nor concerned or disappointed by his performance. Mostly, I was just proud of how he handled himself, and proud of the fact that he was starting a game in the National Football League.
As much as I love the Falcons, it is nice to see a young kid step up in a big situation. You can’t help but root for him. Starting now that is. On Sunday, I wanted Kroy Biermann to fold him up like a lawn chair.
Head over to Behind the Steel Curtain for the full piece and stay tuned for part two in the series.