In hour two of this Thursday edition of The Morning Shift, Tiffany, Mike, and Beau kick things off by spending some time with Atlanta Falcons Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Assistant Jerry Gray! Tiffany, Mike, Beau, and Coach Gray discuss the importance of the guys taking their time to enjoy a victory, so they can move on and put it away mentally when it is time to do so, if they like to matchup AJ Terrell with certain guys on the opposing offense or if AJ following Chris Olave last week was just one of those things that happened in game, the strides that DeMarcco Hellams has made throughout the season, Jessie Bates’ pick six and if he saw the aerial view of Jessie Bate’s pick six, the mindset of the defense when they get into the red zone, how the defense is so good at recognizing and stopping screen plays, Dee Alford being the glue on the backend of the Falcons defense, how the defense is game planning for Tim Boyle, and how to limit an explosive receiver like Garrett Wilson. Next The Morning Shift crew discusses all the biggest NFL stories, headlines, rumors, reports, and happenings as they go In The Huddle! On this edition of In The Huddle, Tiffany, Mike, and Beau react to Jessie Bates being named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week, and explain why he’s on his way to an All-Pro season. The Morning Shift also talks about and reacts to Kyle Shanahan saying he doesn’t “really know why” the 49ers are 2.5 point favorites on the road against the Eagles this week. Finally, The Morning Shift closes out hour two by discussing how Arnold Ebiketie has continued to get better and better this season, and let you hear Ebiketie talk about what the message was that Defensive Coordinator, Ryan Nielsen, gave them coming out of the bye week. Finally, The Morning Shift crew closes out the segment by diving into the world of Mike Johnson and get Mike'd Up! On this edition of Mike’d Up, Mike, Beau, and Tiffany talk about how NASCAR’s new media rights deal has affected the NBA and the Atlanta Hawks.