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    Thank you God!!! My test results are negative for the acetylcholine. Which are cells that attack your muscles (aka myasthenia gravis). I know the doctor will say to do more testing to make sure, due to this is just the receptors. But enough is enough. I've been tortured mentally way to much. And none of this should have ever gotten to this point. I do not know if I'll address my double vision with seeing a new doctor. But right now I never want to see one again. NO ONE should ever have to go thru the mental games these doctors have done to me. I have never been afraid of dying. Not even when I had my tumor. And let me very clear. Even if I would have been positive. Even if I was struck with this horrible autoimmune disease. I would have trusted God!!! I literally have put all of this in God's hands. God is good, all the time. And all the time, God is good. Thank you to everyone for praying. That helped me so much. I literally have crawled the floor crying for help from my mind...... Again my brain tumor I was never afraid like this did.
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    I don't know if this has already been discussed, but Olukun had the third highest tackle rate in the NFL last year behind only Vander Esch and Leonard per NFL Network. I am pretty excited about how good this defense could be if they can stay healthy.
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    I’m still shocked fans are still trying to escort TD to the stateline. Only thing he hasn’t done is win it all he’s pretty much done everything else as a GM. I’d be worried about these fans that doubt the guys ability to do this job considering he’s been light years ahead of anyone else we’ve had.
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    The issue with PI wasn't that the rule wasn't strict enough or that you couldn't review it, the issue was that the rule was never enforced consistently.
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    Ask yourself this: If I had to roll with one qb for the next five years, who would you rather have than Ryan? Brady? He'll be closer to 50 than 40. Brees? His arm is weakening as we speak and will probably fall off by then. Mahomes? Not sold yet but at least he's young enough, but I have to see more than one big stat season before crowning him. Wilson? Maybe. He doesn't get hurt but running around like him will take a toll over five years. No...I'll stick with Matt Ryan, a quarterback whose abilities, durability, and football mind are as fixed for another half-decade as any man at that position in the NFL.
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    Keep #2 clean for 3 seconds and he will slice anyone open.
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    Late round picks becoming contributors. Just more shine. More icing on the cake. We need those guys. Solid all around.
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    I’m hearing Oklahoma will be good to us, very good
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    And I recall when we drafted Gage and Foye posters bemoaning the notion TD was yet again wasting late round picks on what could only ever be special teams players. I pushed back on that, asking how they are concluding such nonsense. To be sure, I had no idea Foye would play like this, and Gage is even showing he might be able to play snaps at receiver. I’m surprised they are both looking so good.
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    Eager to see him in Year 2. If he follows the Debo/Campbell trajectory he’s gonna be a stud .
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    Kelsey Conway ATLANTAFALCONS.COM REPORTER FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – The Falcons got arguably one of the fastest players in the entire 2019 NFL Draft class in Kendall Sheffield out of Ohio State. Atlanta moved up six spots to No. 111 to snag the cornerback. Get to know one of Atlanta’s newest cornerbacks here: 1. You can find his name in the Ohio State record book You’ve heard about Sheffield’s speed, but let’s talk about how fast he really is. Sheffield set an Ohio State record with his 6.63-second 60-meter dash time. 2. Coming for that No. 1 spot Sheffield’s path to the NFL was a bit unusual. Coming out of Thurgood Marshall High School in Missouri City, Texas, as five-star recruit, Sheffield committed to the University of Alabama. After redshirting the 2015 season, Sheffield transferred to Blinn College, a junior college in Brenham, Texas. He was the No. 1-rated cornerback coming out of junior college following the 2016 season. Sheffield then transferred to Ohio State in the spring of 2017. He played two seasons for the Buckeyes. 3. A track star in the state of Texas Sheffield won the 2014 Texas state 5A 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles championships and repeated as 110-meter champion in 2015. The guy can fly on the track. 4. Once held the title for fastest player in college football Chase Goodbread of NFL.com ranked Sheffield as the fastest player in college football when he ranked the top 18 players in 2018. 5. A weapon all over the field Sheffiled’s physical gifts allow him to be utilized all over the field. At Blinn, Sheffield averaged 29.1 yards on 18 kick returns and 8.9 yards on 12 punt returns. He also had one punt return and one kick return for a touchdown. Falcons general Thomas Dimitroff and head coach Dan Quinn mentioned he might be in the mix as potential return threat for Atlanta in 2019. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/5-things-to-know-about-falcons-fourth-round-pick-kendall-sheffield
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    I hope yall remember who was beating that Foye drum first....I got jumped on for saying He was going to take Riley spot.....not yall though...im just saying... I aint right a lot....I got to hold on to this
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    House, Bones, Dr. Quinn, the dudes from Scrubs. He’s training with everybody this year.
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    Correcting some info guys, Donnell Harris is reclassifying because he was going to age out. Currently a 17 year old soon to be junior in high school
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    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap3000000977614/Tavecchio-seals-win-with-unreal-56-yard-FG ^This Giants game basically earned him a shot at staying instead of Bryant; injuries/age/cost. more:
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    I will take this moment to speak about a question I hear non believers ask. Which is, "why do bad things happen? Why do Good people get hurt? Why do children get struck with these diseases and etc?" I say look at the book of Job. You'll learn what freewill is all about. Freewill in my opinion was given to us, so we can on our decide to worship, love and obey God. However the devil is going to test that. Just like Job was tested 3 times.  ...... So if you have ever questioned believing because of this and never read any books in the Bible. I suggest to read the book of John to see Jesus love and what he went thru. And then read the book of Job. (those are my 2 books I wish everyone read in their life) 
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    Watching his highlights still gives me chills. http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-throwback/0ap3000001034547/NFL-Throwback-Michael-Vick-s-top-25-plays
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    So let's take this quote to the next level.... Not only does WFW not want poor people to have the ability to vote....he just wants em to shut the **** up in general. A true man of the people. A moderate voice as long as the poor people shut the **** up and don't vote.
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    Yeah, I'm glad the NFL has moved past that primitive concept.
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    Those test are unreliable. I saw news article about how twins sent their dna in and both came back with different results. But more egregious is the field test cops use to check for drugs. There was a woman who got locked up for two months because the cotton candy she had tested (false) positive for meth. She didn't even get an apology.
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    One of the things about Vick is he was soo good that he even lulled Andy Reid to sleep. In other words, they start taking him for granted and throwing offensive lines out there that couldn't protect him. He took a Muhammad Ali type beating up in Philly after that 2012 season. It was brutal to watch. Defenses never stopped Vick's play itself, they just beat the living crap out of him...
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    They were definitely the pioneers....I think Vicks speed is what set him apart....nobody was ready for a QB that was the fastest on the field
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    Me too. Biggest concern is pass rush.....somebody needs to step up....
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    Sure has and has adapted well to change not many will dare mention that.In a league where the environment is always changing our GM has done a pretty decent job adapting and keeping this team competitive.There are far more ups than downs.But for a bit of better decision making on the field I’d be escorting a few of these doubters to the state line before TD lol.
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    You can get them new for 100 bucks give or take a few....guy is silly. I have a mexican strat in Arctic white....I have not done anything to it yet...but I want to get an el cheapo squire to experiment on. I can deal with dropping $100 and mucking it up. I don't want to muck up the $500 version
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    Given what we already saw of rookie Foye, which to me is astounding given him playing at Yale, and what we are hearing about Russell Gage out of OTAs, the 2018 draft is starting to shape up as a phenomenal haul for talent. No question Ridley is the real deal, Senat has already proven to be at very least a rotational DL, Ito Smith I freaking LOVE, so it Oliver can prove himself a starter wow what a draft
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    "Better' may be relative. I expect better results, but not necessarily better overall numbers. If the 'D' gets better and we are able to win most games 24-10, and we have the game shutdown by early third quarter Matt may not see a lot of games where he's still pedal to the metal in the 4th quarter like most of last season. He can spend a sedate 4th quarter watching Quadree wear down the other team 3 to 4 yards at a time.
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    Yeah, they're definitely checking the polls on their smart phones while trekking thousands of miles through hellish territory to escape brutal dictators, gangs, and sexual violence, just keeping their fingers crossed they can show up to vote for a DSA candidate.
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    I was thinking The Butcher was too coarse.
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    Is cleaver the new term for it?
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    what we got here is a failure to communicate,,,,
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