Who were the quarterbacks for the Falcons?

Who were the quarterbacks for the Falcons?

Matt Ryan
Josh RosenFeleipe FranksA. J. McCarron
Atlanta Falcons/Quarterbacks

How many quarterbacks have the Falcons had?

Most games as starting quarterback

Name Period W
Matt Ryan 2008–present 113
Steve Bartkowski 1975–1985 55
Michael Vick 2001–2006 38
Chris Chandler 1997–2001 34

Who were all the quarterbacks for the Eagles?

Jalen Hurts
Reid SinnettGardner Minshew
Philadelphia Eagles/Quarterbacks

Who was the Atlanta Falcons first quarterback?

Steve Bartkowski
On January 28, 1975, the Atlanta Falcons selected QB Steve Bartkowski No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft.

Who was the Eagles former quarterback?

Former Eagles QB Carson Wentz still playing second fiddle to Nick Foles. There are some things that you just have to take a minute, break from your day, and laugh about.

Who was the greatest Atlanta Falcons quarterback?

The greatest quarterbacks in Atlanta Falcons history include Steve Bartkowski, Chris Chandler, Matt Ryan and Michael Vick.

Who were the Atlanta Falcons draft picks?

In their first draft, the Falcons had two picks in the first round. These selections were Tommy Nobis, a linebacker from Texas, and Randy Johnson, a quarterback from Texas A&I. The Falcons have selected number one overall four times: Tommy Nobis, Steve Bartkowski, Aundray Bruce, and Michael Vick.

Who was the quarterback for the 1998 Atlanta Falcons?

Christopher Mark Chandler (born October 12, 1965) is a former American football player who played as a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for 17 seasons. He played for eight different teams during his NFL career, and is known for leading the Atlanta Falcons to a 14-2 season in 1998 followed by an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIII .

Who is Falcons backup QB?

Falcons release QB Chris Redman. The Atlanta Falcons announced Tuesday that they have released veteran backup quarterback Chris Redman and signed quarterback Luke McCown . Redman had been with the Falcons since 2007 and worked as the backup during each of Matt Ryan’s first four seasons.