Bosher: Players wholeheartedly back Dan Quinn 

Dukes & Bell
October 15, 2019 - 6:08 pm

Atlanta Falcons punter Matt Bosher joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the NFL’s crucial catch and his work with Winship Emory for Cancer awareness.

 Bosher told the guys how he became a punter in the NFL.

“It’s a great gig. I grew up playing soccer and my high school coach showed me the box of letters I had for punting and kicking scholarship and then the one letter for I had for playing soccer. And I said, 'Oh that makes my decision easy,'” Bosher said. “[I] Went to the University of Miami, had a great time down there and lucky enough to kick some footballs around up here for a bit of a while.”

When asked if Dan Quinn’s message has gone stale with the team. 

“I completely disagree,” Bosher said. “I understand where a fan from the outside might see it that way. But wholeheartedly this team backs him and backs every other coach in there. We’re in there all day everyday together. The Brotherhood isn’t just some lip service that we do, it’s legitimate. Everybody feels that way, everybody has each other’s back. You can see it week in and week out on the field, win lose or draw if somebody has a mistake, somebody comes off and everyone is there for them. It starts from the top down, that’s not just something that happens in the locker-room that’s something that DQ fosters every single day.”