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  2. They both need to go but glad Blank has seen how horrible TD is at building trenches. 11 years and Ryan gets pressured every play and our D might not get double digit sacks as a team this year. Pathetic and its TDs fault our lines have sucked for a decade.
  3. This x a million!!
  4. Take a flyer on orchard
  5. Orchard was a Hendricks award winner. Bounced about a bit in NFL. Nice size guy and good athlete, but can’t stick with a team for some reason
  6. No it was not created by Quinn. It was overhyped but it was not created by him
  7. This is sad my brother. Sad but so true.
  8. I don’t even know who anymore man. Just sad
  9. To many bad on and off field decisions around the team to allow DQ to still be here. Hes basically forced ABs hand the only question really to be confirmed is if TD joins him.
  10. Well **** I don’t know lol. One site says Dallas, one says Atlanta. He doesn’t have anything on his twitter but he’s followed by the Falcons. September 27 article on Falcoholic says he was resigned to the PS. Guess I gotta look for the practice squad members lol Atlanta Falcons official site says he came back before the Titans game
  11. Oh they'll win alright. They will win out once they're mathematically eliminated from the playoffs. People will call it a good sign for the future, not.
  12. Funny. I mentioned earlier today that I wouldn't be surprised if TD goes and Quinn stays. The only thing is, I'm not sure they let TD make decisions on stuff like trading Sanu if he's going to be gone soon, so I take it with a HUGE grain of salt. I can at least admit my prior comments were wishful thinking. We'll see if Dukes' "good authority" is any good.
  13. This sounds about right. 3 years ago it was Shanahan. Last year it was the coordinators. Now this year it's the GM. I guess next year it will be the players. Then finally the year after that maybe Q will get the blame he rightfully deserves. I do agree that TD's drafting has been part of the problem but it's not clear to me how much Q controls that. BUT I for sure know that Q controls this awful defense that we've rolled out this year.
  14. I think there never really was a brotherhood, it was a over hyped cliche created by Quinn not by the players.
  15. A Magic 8-Ball. Marquand Manual. From his couch. At home. Grady Jarrett Fans real-time vote via Twitter feed. Local Pop Warner coach, chosen at random. The opposing OC. Not like he could call a worse defense for us than Quinn has been doing.
  16. Ttading Trufant will cost us in drad cap.
  17. Nope, not a problem.
  18. You forgot Anderson and Jerry. Sanu does things that don't show up on a stat sheet. Patriots over-paid but it was a piece they needed and will probably help them. Let's just hope the Falcons don't blow the pick.
  19. didn't think about it like that. makes sense. no guarantee after that by staying. could get injured, etc.
  20. Message to anybody interested. There is an app called the Fox Sports Super 6 that gives you the oppurtunity to win cash for no cost. They pick 2 or 3 games per week and ask 6 random questions. The people that get the most right split the pot. For instance, they have one for game 1 of The world series tonight. They ask what player scores a run first, who wins the game, how many strikeouts will each team have, etc. And the pot is 10 k
  21. I like Ray
  22. Tuesday practice report from 6 whole minutes of media viewing time... Good afternoon all.Dawgs were back on the practice field for the first time since Saturday's win over Kentucky.Here's what we saw:...Regarding Injuries: Still no sign of defensive end Travon Walker (wrist) or wide receiver Lawrence Cager (shoulder, ribs). Keep hearing that Walker is expected back anytime. That could still be true, but we haven't seen him yet. Still hearing Cager may still be out three more weeks, although Kirby Smart keeps saying "day-to-day."Left guard Justin Shaffer (neck) also remains out and no timetable has been given for his return....One interesting note, it seems the Bulldogs are already starting scout team in work in preparation for Friday. Typically during bye weeks, it's all fundamentals the week before the bye. That's not altogether the case, apparently, this week as several players wore jersey numbers coinciding with those worn by key Gator personnel....Cornerback Tyson Campbell, who dressed out for the Kentucky game but did not play, was practicing today, from the looks of it at 100 percent....To answer a question on the Vent regarding Julian Rochester, he is at practice and going through drills as if nothing is wrong. Rochester has not played the past two games and is still in line for a redshirt (he can play in a minimum of four games) if that's the route Smart ultimately wants to go....A bit of news on the offensive line: It appears Solomon Kindley - who entered last Saturday's game in the second half, is back as the full-time starter at left guard. Trey Hill remains the center and Ben Cleveland at right guard.The second team line had a different look today: LTXavier Truss, RG D'Marcus Hayes, C Warren Ericson, RG Cade Mays, RT Jamaree Salyer. From Patrick Garbin… …Observing the offense first, I spotted a rarity for an outside practice—the running backs repping in full view. Usually, when the media observes, the running backs are drilling in the back-left corner and hardly viewable. With coaches Dell McGee and James Coleyoverlooking, the quarterbacks took a snap under center (Trey Hill, when I noticed), and then threw to a running back coming out of the backfield. Not that it means anything, but I can’t recall the last time I saw this particular drill.…For the latter part of our viewable period, Period 2, the tight ends replaced the running backs in the aforementioned drill, and a staffer replaced the center. Each tight end raced several steps before cutting over near the sideline, where he was thrown to. The three tight ends in the drill repped in the order of Charlie Woerner, Eli Wolf, and John FitzPatrick. At one point, Coley stopped the drill and stressed to the tight ends that they needed to go out exactly “12 yards” before making their break. Evidently, one or more in the unit was breaking too soon.…During the aforementioned drill, Coley hollered in satisfaction of Wolf’s “nice route” and his “great balance,” before the graduate transfer dropped a pass from Stetson Bennett, which hit him right in the hands. Just for the heck of it, I just looked it up and of all of Georgia’s pass attempts this season, the tight endshave been targeted 12 percent of the time. This follows the Bulldogs’ tight ends being targeted 14.3 percent of the time in 2018 after 13.3 percent in 2017.…I noticed a few players wearing scout-team jerseys, including a No. 8 for Florida’s 6-foot-5 receiver Trevon Grimes. Notably, Grimes is one of six different Florida receivers—and this excludes its leading receiver, tight end Kyle Pitts—who have totaled at least 180 yards receiving this season.…After missing the practices we viewed last week, linebacker Nate McBride was back out practicing this afternoon. The junior linebacker was in on four plays against Kentucky—all on punt-return team.
  23. I hate to hear that man. It's hard but death comes for us all eventually. At 56 I've lost both parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles. Worse, I've also lost a number of close friends to many things. A massive heart attack got two of my hunting budfies 10 years apart. The best man at my wedding committed suicide 6 years ago. A friend of 35 years lost his battle with liver cancer just 3 months ago. No ... it's not just you. Life can just be hard. But you learn to find joy over time and through the hardships. On the school thing. Dont give up dude. Take a short break, get your head on straight and get back in there.
  24. OK, just wanted to know if I'm the only one who thinks the brotherhood is the problem. I certainly may be the only one. I see this attitude creating a sense of content, quiescence and comfort. Everyone comes to work and is just simply fat and happy. Effort is given to a point but not all out effort.
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