Film Session: Buccaneers vs. Falcons
AtlantaFalcons.com's DJ Shockley takes you through the Xs and Os of the key plays from Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in this week's Film Session presented by Microsoft Surface
How Cordarrelle Patterson is putting up career highs in the Atlanta Falcons offense
D.J. Shockley breaks down the game film and shows how Cordarrelle Patterson has been able to shine in the Atlanta Falcons offense under Arthur Smith.
What makes A.J. Terrell so special | Baldy's Breakdowns
NFL analyst Brian Baldinger breaks down Atlanta Falcons cornerback A.J. Terrell's best plays from 2021.
Breaking down the best plays of the 2021 season | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down some of his favorite plays from the Falcons this year that includes Cordarrelle Patterson's big run against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Kyle Pitts' catches against the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Breaking down the Falcons' pass rush against the New Orleans Saints | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down how the Falcons implemented a cover zero blitz in order to pressure Taysom Hill. On the other side, Shockley breaks down how the Saints used a stunt of their own to help create pressure on Matt Ryan.
Breaking down Cordarrelle Patterson's 6 yd TD run vs. Detroit Lions | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down Cordarrelle Patterson's 6 yard touchdown run and explains why the blocking on that play was key to Patterson reaching the end zone. On the defensive side of the ball, Shockley breaks down an important 4th quarter pass break up by Deion Jones and why the small things that don't show up on the stats are just as important.
Breaking down Olamide Zaccheaus' 49 yard catch against the 49ers | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down the play that ended in a 49 yard reception for Olamide Zaccheaus. On the other side of the ball, Shockley breaks down how the 49ers used George Kittle against our defense.
Breaking down Mykal Walker's pick-six vs. the Carolina Panthers | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down Mykal Walker's pick-six off of Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.
Breaking down Mike Davis' TD run | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down Mike Davis's touchdown run against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Breaking down Cordarrelle Patterson's big run | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down the Falcons defense's third down stop and Cordarrelle Patterson's big run in the first quarter.
Breaking down A.J. Terrell's interception against the Patriots | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down A.J. Terrell's interception and the Patriots success in the run game.
Breaking down Kyle Pitts first down reception | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down Kyle Pitts first down catch and Dallas' opening touchdown.
Breaking down the Falcons win over the Saints | Film Review
D.J. Shockley breaks down Dean Pees' blitz design and Kyle Pitts' third down conversion in Sunday's victory over the Saints.
'Marrying the backend with the frontend is what Dean Pees preaches' | Film Review
D. J. Shockley shines light on the intricacies of Dean Pees' defense and what the team does well pre-snap and post snap to confuse the opposing offense. Shockley also explains how the Panthers used the pre-snap to their advantage to convert a key 3rd and 6th in the 4th quarter of Sunday's game.
'It all starts up front with the disguise' | Film Review
DJ Shockley breaks down Deion Jones' sack and Cordarrelle Patterson's touchdown from Sunday's victory in Miami.
Cordarrelle Patterson's versatility allows for the offense to prosper | NYJ vs ATL Film Review
Falcons analyst DJ Shockley breaks down the film from the Falcons win against the New York Jets this past Sunday. Shockley points out the highs from the game and how the team's effort and play calling from Arthur Smith put them in the position to win. Falcons Film Review is powered by Microsoft Surface.
When individual effort beats the coverage | WFT vs ATL Film Review
DJ Shockley breaks down the film from the Falcons tough loss to the Washington Football Team and elaborates on how sometimes plays happen because the individual effort of a player can beat out any amount of coverage. There were highs and lows from the Falcons' performance on the field, but the work continues as the Falcons seek a win against the New York Jets in London for Week 5. Falcons Film Review is powered by Microsoft Surface.
Breaking down the highs of week three | ATL vs NYG Film Review
D.J Shockley breaks down Foyesade Oluokun's tackle for loss and Cordarrelle Patterson's 10 yard run from the Falcons vs Giants game this past Sunday.
Breaking down the highs and lows of week two | ATL vs TB Film Review
D.J Shockley breaks down Matt Ryan's touchdown pass to Calvin Ridley, and Tom Brady's touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski from the Falcons vs Buccaneers game this weekend.
Breaking down the highs and lows from Week 1 | PHI vs ATL Film Review
D.J. Shockley goes in depth on how the Falcons were able to create offense early in the game, and how the Eagles were able to use their schemes to free up mobile quarterback Jalen Hurts.
Expect even more production from Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, and Hayden Hurst | Arthur Smith Film Review
Arthur Smith uses unique route concepts to get the ball into the hands of his playmakers, something the Falcons have a lot of. DJ Shockley tells us how he thinks Arthur Smith will draw up a lot of plays and schemes to get the ball to Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, and Hayden Hurst this coming season.
How Arthur Smith's formations will fit with the Falcons' personnel | Arthur Smith Film Review
DJ Shockley breaks down how Arthur Smith uses hit formations to fit the personnel and create big plays. Smith has had a ton of success establishing the run game, which has helped to create big plays in the passing game off of play-action. Here's why DJ Shockley thinks this will translate well with the Falcons' offensive weapons.
Here's how Arthur Smith will create space for his elite receivers | Arthur Smith Film Review
Follow along with DJ Shockley as he explains how Falcons' new head coach Arthur Smith uses pre-snap motion to give his playmakers space and allow his quarterback to throw the ball downfield.
'Getting into the end zone and scoring touchdowns is what he's about' | Arthur Smith Film Review
Follow along as DJ Shockley breaks down Arthur Smith's schemes and play calling in the red zone. Smith and the Titans led the NFL in red zone touchdown percentage with 75.2% and here is how the Falcons will find similar success.