The Falcons’ season has been a tale of two teams: a 1-7 disaster before the bye week, and a division-stomping monster post-bye week. Coaching shake-ups have transformed the team for the better in what normally would be a sign of desperation. LB coach Jeff Ulbrich and DB coach (and former Buccaneers head coach) Raheem Morris share defensive playcalling duties in a bizarre dichotomy after head coach Dan Quinn relinquished the head set. Unusual or not, it seems to be working. The team has accumulated 11 sacks, four takeaways and has only allowed nine points in the last two weeks, stomping division rivals News Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers in back-to-back road wins. Ralph clarifies his stance on the Buccaneers secondary. We also delve into the Buccaneers woes. We’re as stumped as BA.