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  2. Beathard was balling. They really did look like they lost a few games intentionally.
  3. Winner winner chicken dinner. Should have used the last few games to see what we had with Kz, Oliver, snot, gage, and oluokant.
  4. Wow. So they’re cutting bait in the 2nd round pick after 6 starts? Isnt that like giving up on Lindstrom because he got hurt? A little short sighted?
  5. I'm watching redzone so I can catch glimpses of actual football being played
  6. Heck, Belichick failed miserably at his first coaching job. It is not easy and sometimes it is easier to reset. Quinn may go on to be a great head coach. We just need a change and he does as well.
  7. It makes sense in that Turkey needs an ally against the Kurds and Assad.
  8. Didn't watch the last 2 games. Took the little one last Sunday to watch soccer, and this Sunday I was driving back home from a family trip. I found it relieving and liberating not to be tied to the failing falcons. I am no longer as stressed, or waste 3 hours because of the clown show.
  9. I really just see it as "Shep leaving, Fox needs a new non-Trump segment to replace him." It's nothing about change of heart and on balance, the network will probably be MORE pro-Trump post-Shep.
  10. It does one thing. It gives you a head start on the coaching search.
  11. Makes sense that they'd free their clients.
  12. By your logic every losing team should be in a race for the bottom.
  13. "Everything that guy just bullchit"
  14. I have had a hard time, and find it hard to believe with some of the product on the field in 80s, 90s, after Vick fiasco/ pre Ryan. The worst part of Falcon ineptude this year is my complete football blindside and koolaid shots of being a title contender. Quinn really put himself out there for D coordinator and I wager will not see any coach in near future do the same. If think about it why would you as a head coach? Another example of Quinn poor planning. Could it get any more of a personal or professional poor choice?
  15. I don't know if this is more hilarious or sad because of the truth here.
  16. Didn't he earn his way onto a coaching staff first, fail as a HC, then go back to college for almost a decade before becoming a big success? Took him his 2nd gig to get to the postseason in NE and 3rd gig to become a SB winner. 20 years between first HC gig and a SB appearance/win. The rest are older stories, right?
  17. Imagine having two consecutive personal attorneys under federal investigation
  18. Good for Prior. Glad to see his coaching career taking off after his playing career was cut short.
  19. “Stupid lemmings Obama/Iraq/Russia flexibility video!”
  20. I like the direction he's going in. We need to pull off some trades to. Dimi used to be decent at that (TonyG, Asante, Foxy, Levitre, etc.).
  21. No. He has final say over the roster and his FA and draft moves put the Falcons here in the first place.
  22. *waiting with baited breath for Trumps apology/correction*
  23. The Art of War talks about preparing for war. Of course it also talks about a lot of other things... like occupying an enemy city is one of the most costliest things you can do. Anyway, there are also these things called strategic retreats. If you’ve ever played a real time strategy game you might be familiar with this concept where you purposely ditch/destroy/recycle a base so you can fortify other areas. A good general wouldn’t ask soldiers to intentionally lie down and lose a battle. However, commanders throughout history have asked soldiers to sacrifice themselves for the greater good. Spartans at Thermopylae, (aka 300), for example. And this concept is everywhere. Sacrificing pawns for example. Again, the Falcons aren’t going to tank so that’s a pointless debate but at the end of the day higher draft picks are going to have more value. People are getting fired and there’s going to be significant roster churn regardless. The good news is that the tank thing doesn’t matter. Thanks to the defense this is a straight up bottom 5 team.
  24. Dodgers pitching coach Rick Honeycutt has retired. He's gonna take an advisor role with the Dodgers. Bullpen coach Mark Prior is expected to be promoted to replace him.
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