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  2. If someone were to pay a 1st it wouldn’t be worth it without a big deal, if he hits UFA he likely gets a big deal, and Falcons get at least a 3rd round compensatory pick. It would likely require a high 2nd; minimum, for Falcons to bite and not take their chances at keeping him. Hence: Spotrac did diligence on Falcons narrative of “blowing it all up” (which isn’t exactly happening)
  3. so gnats gonna get a title. if only we had a manager that knew to keep in the hot hand pitching sigh
  4. The bold is why I don’t like him
  5. Matthews is a good pass blocker but sucks at moving big men. Big part of the reason we can never move the line on 4th and short.
  6. The Lions have far less talent on offense yet are beating us in nearly every conceivable offensive metric. Minus one bad game vs Chargers they are averaging 27 ppg. And they run the football 45% of the the time so yardage is not a great measure.
  7. Takk is loved because we have a team full of choir boys and field mice and it's nice to have a dude that is kinda crazy. Plus he talks mad **** and hates the Saints. He is easily likeable. Only people that hate Takk feel the need to hate Takk because people bash Vic so they go the other direction. If only his play matched his personality...
  8. this started on NFL.com...ridiculous
  9. It also says we should trade Trufant to the Texans on their side of a BUY a player. Says he would be a solid-if-unspectacular piece to build around for them.
  10. Y'all are doing this wrong. "Gee, I don't think a third is enough. I'd prefer a first, but if they had a decent second, I'd have to think long and hard about it. We'd really hate to let him go."
  11. And in this week's edition of Screw You, God Is Still On The Throne:
  12. It is what it is, and I can understand the emotion ---- but, I would have more respect for the guy, if he had left the foul language off, since I was watching the draft with my 7 yr. old Grandson....had to quickly mute the TV, but he still heard a lot of that garbage, unfortunately. But really, I can't help but think what his Grandmother would say about how he's played since being given the great gift of playing in the NFL. I think, she'd probably get a hickory stick to his butt, and tell him to go out there and play like she knows he's capable of ---- at least, that's what mine would do...
  13. Post of the day
  14. Familiar theme with our first round DE’s
  15. No sure what happened to takk but he showed alot more consistency than Vrex with back to back 6-7 sack seasons. I personally think these players are badly coached and that falls on Quinn. First of all we had him lose weight and learn to become an olber as well as play in coverage which wasn't his game to begin with. He was a solid 4-3 DE who had a good bullrush, and who could stop the run. Then we got to deal with the fact that our run defense is straight up butt cheeks which means he has little opportunity to pass rush when he isnt dropped in coverage. I'd like to see Takk with a better coach, but Vrex to quote spawn:
  16. I'm not done with Takk but next year will tell the tale.
  17. Good for him. He’s the best POS on a defense filled of POS’s
  18. Get off Takk's back. Nobody is playing well except Julio and Hooper. He's applied more pressures than anyone else on defense, and that's what Quinn preaches.
  19. I echo this sentiment.
  20. I think he has issues that need to be resolved before he can focus 100% on his career. All conjecture on my part… But it’s what I think.
  21. I am okay with being a nerd. also corporate bureaucracy is insane. Was dealing with a production issue today. Had people complaining and processes broken, yet we have to fill out a ton of paperwork and basically beg people to let us fix the problem. The change was 2 lines to be removed and 1 file permission change... I wanna cry 5 hours of running around for 10 seconds of changes
  22. Takk is the prime example of all bark and no bite
  23. It is a touching story. But that night was the most passion I’ve seen from him since becoming a member of the Falcons family. I really wish he could harness that passion and release it on Sundays. Deion is giving him that exact advice in the interview if memory serves
  24. No, we aren't desperate to trade Vic, since he's gone after the season anyway, but we are desperate as a team to get this thing going in the right direction, is what I meant! But if we could get a Draft Pick for Bustley during the season this year, it would go a long way toward reducing the cap, and having the cash to sign a serviceable FA during the off-season....not to mention sign our top draft picks ---
  25. Absolutely. I want to state that I LOVE Hooper. Dude is the model player for us; He works hard, and has gotten better every year. On top of that, he and Matt have chemistry. If we had not given Julio a stupid contract, I'd be all about signing Hooper long term. But we gave Julio that ridiculous contract, and now we're stuck with him and we're in cap ****. With Hooper putting up the numbers that he's put up so far this year, he should garner a 1st round pick, if not a bit extra. Given the state of our cap at this point, signing Hooper to the kind of contract that he deserves just isn't in the cards. Trade him now, grab the extra first rounder, and move on to rebuilding. Our new coach (and hopefully front office) would go into the draft with 2 first rounders and 2 second rounders. That's a lot of potential talent for the new regime to work with. Heck, if we got really lucky, someone might give us a 3rd or 4th rounder for Bustley. And don't forget that we still have Julio, Ridley, Hardy, and Gage. We also have Jaden Graham waiting in the wings. Ryan has far more receiving options than he needs to be effective. What Ryan needs in 2020 and beyond is a defense.
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