athell

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  1. Does it have to be current because I feel like the obvious answer here is Tony Martin...
  2. Happy Birthday @Knight of God ! I have always respected and appreciated your views on these boards. Have a great day my friend!
  3. A mil a year...so not much.
  4. I'm not entirely sure "biggly" is a word... *checks with the judges* I'll accept it!
  5. But Hugh's on first?
  6. DQ made a push to get him here, so that is all I need to know about him. If Coach thinks enough of him to actively recruit him, he must be good. If he is good enough for Q, he's good enough for me!
  7. There's a name I haven't thought of in a while that belongs in the disappointment thread...
  8. I came in expecting to see an actual Falcon bowing to Derrick Coleman. I am leaving disappointed...
  9. He would pair well with Hughlio Jones, imo
  10. 23 years old, coming off a performance for the ages in the superbowl for a DT, heading into his third year as a pro, playing next to Dontari Poe...yeah, I would agree Grady is going to eat this year. Thanks to all other franchises for passing him over 4-5 times in the draft
  11. This is pretty much it. Especially in this system, depth and rotational quality is worth it's weight in gold so none of these guys will be going anywhere which is a good thing. For the first time in a long time we have depth, I mean when is the last time we as Falcon fans can say that a Falcon's roster is deep? Trust in the system!
  12. With a net savings of barely over a million, you are correct. We really don't gain a lot by cutting him. He did show some great flashes, especially in the playoffs, so arrow is up. Might as well retain his services...maybe he would be a candidate to restructure, I dunno.
  13. Clayborn was playing lights out before he got hurt. In no way was Reed outplaying him (not to mention they don't even play the same position or have the same roles). Reed really didn't get going until the playoffs and granted, he played great during the playoffs but in no way was Reed better than Clayborn last year in any category other than "Didn't get hurt". Shelby was quiet, but was coming on when he got hurt as well. Jury is still out on him.
  14. He makes a lot of money for someone who before the playoffs really showed not a lot of return so it's easy to see why some overlook him. Good player for sure. Is he worth $4M a year is the question?