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  2. Why is this hilarious? Outside of Haloti Ngata and Grady Jackson there hasnt been a DT at 330 plus who has been a great pass rusher. **** even Poe is just average or worse as a pass rusher.
  3. He deleted Falcons stuff from IG. I still see Falcons on his Twitter if he was trying to send a message he didn't send a clear one. Are we talking follows/unfollows? Meh. I just don't enjoy speculation if its not clear. To me, it's simply more clear a change in social media behavior. Not about sending a message ABOUT himself and the Falcons.
  4. Sounds like he's very qualified to be a physician. What are his qualifications to run the VA?
  5. Don't draft Aaron Rodgers! These Jeff Tedford QBs are all system guys like Kyle Boller.
  6. That's the money post right there FIT.Its exactly why we took a jones and even the Neal pick everyone said we went a round early.But you look back on that now and just laugh.I see much the same with a BJ Hill if he's taken in the 2nd round say.
  7. As @Beef said in the next post, sometimes teams play their pass rushing DT at 1-tech depending on situation/formation and it's a lot easier for them to get double teamed then. But once again the whole point of the 3-tech is to get your best pass rushing DT 1-on-1 because it is so hard for a C to get where he needs to be to block a 3-tech. If someone as explosive as Fletcher Cox lines up between Levitre and Matthews and goes after Levitre's left shoulder, there's nothing Alex Mack can do. He can't teleport over there. He's stuck where he is.
  8. Just out of curiosity, does anybody know what other players are missing the voluntary work outs for the Falcons?
  9. Ronny Jackson....only qualification is favorable medical exam: Jackson is a board-certified diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine and is designated as a fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine.[4] He currently holds faculty clinical appointments with the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Harvard School of Medicine–affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Disaster Medicine Fellowship Program.[5] After completing his internship at a transitional residency program in 1996, he went on to become the honor graduate of the Navy’s Undersea Medical Officer Program in Groton, Connecticut. Qualified in submarine and hyperbaric medicine, his subsequent operational assignments included: instructor at the Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center in Panama City, Florida; det. officer in charge and diving medical officer at Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 8 in Sigonella, Italy; and diving safety officer at the Naval Safety Center in Norfolk. In 2001, Jackson returned to Portsmouth Naval Medical Center to begin his residency in emergency medicine, finishing at the top of his class and receiving the honor graduate designation. Upon completing his residency in 2004, he was assigned as clinical faculty in the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia. In 2005, he joined the 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Combat Logistics Regiment 25, in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. From there he deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as the emergency medicine physician in charge of resuscitative medicine for a forward deployed Surgical Shock Trauma Platoon in Taqaddum, Iraq. In 2006, while still in Iraq, Jackson was selected as a White House physician. Since arriving at the White House, he has directed the Executive Health Care for the President’s Cabinet and senior staff, served as physician supervisor for the Camp David Presidential Retreat, held the position of physician to the White House and led the White House Medical Unit as its director. Awards and decorations: Totally no qualifications. Obama was a genius for using him in these positions, but what an idiot Trump is for promoting good work.
  10. Last run-stuffer drafted high just got traded for a 3rd round pick - his name - Danny Shelton - and, oh yeah he played for UW.
  11. It's a bit surprising that a blatantly wrong comment like this is getting likes...we got him in the third. The middle of the third, too. Mid third rounders typically don't contribute much, either...just look at the guys selected around Riley. Not saying I'm a fan. Just that it's a weird "point" to try to make and I have no idea why people agree with it...
  12. I would really hate trading up but in the other hand, I trust the wisdom of DQ and staff.
  13. Scrolling through his history seems like he made about one social media post a month if that, so I don't think it was that much of a distraction.
  14. He's been nominated to oversee the entire VA.
  15. Meh.... I am skeptical that he will be much of a pass rusher. As a run stuffer only, not even worthy of 1st rd pick. Would not be surprised to see him go much lower than pundit predictions.
  16. Luckily we play more than one front.
  17. Yea and hoping we struck lightning twice with Duke. lol. I really think he is going to be a baller once he gets on point with his eyes, pursuit and wrapping up
  18. Ok so what would the Falcons be? Could be either. He deleted all his Falcons from Twitter and he deleted all references to the Falcons from Instagram. He doesn't seem to have deleted anything else. The strangest thing to me is that Julio seems to actually use both sparingly, so I can't imagine why it was worth his time to take the active measure of going online and deleting all the Falcons stuff. Nothing better for Julio to do yesterday I guess? Thought he was busy with the car dealership and whatnot.
  19. Follow the visits/workouts. The only two players Falcons have shown much interest that MIGHT require a trade-up is Da’Ron Payne and Taven Bryan. There are not a lot of trade-up targets the Falcons have shown interest.
  20. Braga was questioning if it was real yesterday, and then it appears a facebook employee confirmed it to him. We'll see.
  21. Time for JJ to focus on his game and get back his mojo. IG FB Twatter are all distractions, JJ wants to be #1 and a Hall of Famer. I'm sure his work this off season with Hall of Fame WRs had a lot to do with him deleting all his social media noise and focusing on his game. He's not going anywhere, he signed a 5 year deal and is the face of the franchise. He is upset that last season he was beat out by Antonio Brown for the #1 spot as the NFL's top receiver. FOCUS FOCUS FOCUS.
  22. i mean, only a single person in the thread is pretending it is.
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