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ESPN’s Michael Rothstein joins the PODcast to preview Lions vs. Falcons

The last time the Detroit Lions faced the Atlanta Falcons was just a year ago. Matthew Stafford was the Lions quarterback, and he led Detroit to a patented Stafford last-minute comeback. That opportunity was famously handed to him after Todd Gurley failed to stop short of the goal line, affording the Lions some extra time to build their comeback.
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Recapping Falcons position battles with ESPN’s Michael Rothstein

The 17th episode of SportsTalkATL’s Falcons podcast Talkin’ Birdy is here! Matt Karoly, Jake Gordon, and Alex Lord had a conversation with ESPN’s Michael Rothstein, who joined NFL Nation in 2013 after two seasons covering the University of Michigan football and basketball teams. After covering the Detroit Lions for eight seasons, he’s now the Falcons NFL Nation reporter and gave us extensive insight into the differences between Detroit’s recent failures to establish a sustainable winning culture and what Atlanta might have in Arthur Smith.
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Falcoholic Podcast: Training camp talk with Michael Rothstein

Our latest podcast serves as an overview of Falcons training camp through the eyes of ESPN reporter Michael Rothstein. We actually touched on quite a few topics on this podcast, as Michael shared a little about his personal experience of moving to Atlanta (and nearly revealing where he lives) and his thoughts on a whole host of topics.
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The Sports Hangover With Gus Kattengell – Caroline Fenton, Raphael Esparza, Scott Goldman, Scott Rabalais, Michael Rothstein, Maddy Hudak, Jordan Kliebert

Caroline Fenton kicks-off hour one of the Sports Hangover giving her take on the Titans trading for Julio Jones. Caroline also talks about LSU baseball. Vegas himself Raphael Esparza starts hour two of the show talking about this past weekends sporting events. Scott Goldman talks about the Athletic Intelligence Quotient. Scott Rabalais starts the final hour of the show giving his take on LSU moving on to the Super Regional. Michael Rothstein closes out the show talking about the Falcons trading Julio Jones.
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Falcoholic Podcast: Schedule thoughts with Michael Rothstein

With the NFL schedule released on Wednesday May 12th, the official start of the pointless predictions portion of the season has begun! To talk about that and more, Jeanna and I were joined by Michael Rothstein of ESPN to look at the schedule and figure out what it may (but probably doesn’t) mean for the Falcons 2021 season.
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A POD farewell to Michael Rothstein

We’ve got a real gaggle of great folks in Detroit. Fans, players, coaches, writers and all, circling this great little spectacle known as the Detroit Lions. Sometimes, that means saying goodbye as they seek out new stories, new mysteries, new life and new civilizations on the far corners of the cosmos.
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Detroit Lions offseason predictions with ESPN’s Michael Rothstein

We’re less than two weeks away from the start of NFL free agency. While the next couple weeks may be a bloodbath full of unfortunate cap casualties, the weeks the that follow that represent some of the most exciting days in the NFL offseason calendar. Free agency and the NFL Draft are the most important days for a team building a franchise, and we’re not far from those pivotal moments.
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