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  2. I said" like you THINK I do" lol reading is fundamental athell, itll take you far. Maybe you wont misinterpret things
  3. That's the point I was trying to make to athell, before we were a run first team and played bend but dont break defense. And for the most part it got us into the playoffs..
  4. It's not new at all.
  5. You acknowledged your posting is dumb ****. Smartest thing you've said in days. Like I said, have a blessed day. I'm done replying to your crazy ***.
  6. He didn’t say he was making $8-12 an hour as a mechanic. He said he got laid off and his options were go to school or work a job making that much. I know several mechanics that couldn’t find mechanic work for years.
  7. He's being sarcastic genius.
  8. Lol yup I knew it , see ?? When you get dumb sh*t thrown back in your face ?? Like you think you do to me?
  9. We didn’t become a WCO team until 2015. Before then we were a running team. But DK uses the same philosophy of opening the run with the pass. When Pitt became a WCO team they most certainly opened up the run by passing. ANY WCO team uses those principles. The giants and Seattle. Yes. But you can also go into a single game saying today we’re gonna run to open the pass. But the philosophy of the wco is pass to open the run. That’s why ANY running back did well for mike Shanahan in Denver.
  10. Things go the Patriots way almost every year. Lol tuck rules, winning coin tosses at overtime, teams not running the ball, probably should have lost to jags 2017
  11. Dude you are all over and somehow nowhere at the same time and are actively making me dumber having to read your posts. Have a blessed day.
  12. Still didn't answer my question what happened when they tried to pass in the SB instead of run ???
  13. In general I’d agree. But the Shannahan WCO tree seems to be run heavy. They don’t use the shirt dump off as an extension of the run. They implement a vertical aspect that requires heavy PA and bootleg...both of which are set up by the running game
  14. Nice success story. I 'm proud of you and what you did. Most people whine about it and givebup. And make, excuses, but not you and not me. Well done sir. p.s. what kind of mechanics job we're you making $8-$12 dollars? That is low for a mechanic, were you ASE certified?
  15. Here ?? The only we ever got as far as we did between 2008 and 2011 is because we ran Turner into the ground. If Ryan had to pass first like so many QBs dont now, he would not have done as well. The play action was definitely his best friend during that time and it worked.
  16. Are you guys worried about the Steven Means loss? Do you think he is easily replaceable? How do you think the Falcons will try to replace him?
  17. So before 2011 when we drafted Julio, we passed to set up the run ??. Seattle, Pittsburgh, Giants, etc. they all didn't run to set up pass ??
  18. So this means we gonna get him, cool!!
  19. Interesting video. Even if julio starts to decline he still will have some elite talent. His attributes are through the roof. We need it in the next 2 to 3 years though.
  20. THE WCO HAS ALWAYS PASSED TO OPEN THE RUN. It’s part is it’s principles. That’s why it’s a must to have backs that can catch. It’s never been considered a running offense. But a strong running game is a must. But no it’s never been a run first philosophy.
  21. You only answered 1 of the 4 questions. And Julio has no ego, but is working on a new contract...maybe more to the point, it's voluntary and he is already putting work in as he always does...
  22. Quote from last year. Can we just have like Facebook Memories here so people can just go back and read all the dumb **** last year instead of freaking out yet again this year? It'd be great... “Julio and I, we speak regularly,” Quinn said. “I was fully aware that he wasn’t going to be here for the start of the offseason program, and I was also aware that he wasn’t going to be here this past Monday. He’s in great shape, and he’s spending some time this offseason working on some of the things he has not been able to over the last offseason, due to some injuries. “I do expect him to be here certainly at the minicamp at the end of the offseason program.” Quinn explained that he and Jones had not discussed a detailed timeline and that he doesn’t know if his receiver will make an appearance at all before the start of minicamp, but he did reiterate that he would anticipate Jones to be with the Falcons for the start of the team’s mandatory minicamp. Jones caught 88 passes for 1,444 yards and three touchdowns last season, and he is regarded as one of the best receivers in the NFL. A four-time All-Pro, Jones has eclipsed 1,000 yards in every season in which he’s played at least 14 games, and he is the only player in NFL history with multiple 250-yard receiving games, adding his third such game in Week 12 last year against the Buccaneers. It’s not uncommon for proven veterans around the league to miss their teams voluntary workouts, and given Jones’ track record on and off the field, Quinn and his staff trust him to be ready for when he does meet back up with the team. “For those of us who know Julio and the teammate that he is, [there is] no disappointment, certainly not on my end,” Quinn said of his absence. “I know the work that he’s putting in to get ready. I’m very comfortable with that.”
  23. And my stance is this one session isn’t gonna stop that. There a TON of football to get that in. Period!!! Once more the leader of the pats missed. They won a SB. Ppl call him the goat!!!
  24. Usually contract or ego
  25. Yeahh I understood but Hes just talking about this team. There were a good number of teams that use the run first approach.
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