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  1. 30 points
  2. I'm 57 and married 20 years. I haven't gotten it since Moses was a baby. 😖
    25 points
  3. Something about a Falcons DB and a Hooker doesn’t sit well with me...
    23 points
  4. He will have a long way to go to beat the 77 Falcons defense coordinated by Jerry Glanville
    19 points
  5. If we trade up for a qb, I'm deleting my ******* account.
    18 points
  6. First, just a recap. Kyle Shannahan found ways to get the most from our offense and came up with great game plans to take advantage of defenses. He took us to a SB. There, his weakness was exposed. Kyle wants you to know he can pass on any defense any time. But, he cannot. He needed to select his moments for passing and run the ball when he needs to. As further evidence, he repeated this when he took the Niners to the SB. He displayed the same weakness. Shannahan was the best thing that happened to Quinn. DQ may be a good defensive coach. I am not convinced. Time will tell. Bu
    18 points
  7. He made the job attractive because he has such great trade value. /purp
    18 points
  8. What else could he say in a F2F meeting with the cameras on? "Hey Matt, you suck but nice to meet you! Be on the lookout for a trade here soon bud" Not saying what he said isn't true, But of course he is going to give high praise to his new teams QB.
    18 points
  9. What did ESPN say before the hiring? Falcons HC and GM were least attractive because of Ryan and Julio cap problems.
    17 points
  10. Weird it's almost like having a good defense translates to more consistent success.
    17 points
  11. Aren't the Saints in worse cap shape than we are?
    16 points
  12. If this draft is as stacked as advertised at QB, why in God's name would we trade up for one?
    16 points
  13. I am so happy we hired Smith, but he always looks like he's being sodomized by a dominatrix by remote control on these Zoom conferences.
    16 points
  14. I would draft a QB later in the draft to see if we can catch lightning in a bottle. If that doesn't happen, look to use a higher draft pick next year to acquire one.
    16 points
  15. Yeah, because we'll be in our feeling for years to come when we have to draft or sign another one. Haste makes waste. These guys you all like are avg at the NFL level.
    16 points
  16. DonOfThemBirds

    Jaylinn Hawkins

    Has a t-shirt with Dennis Rodman on it and "Picture Me Naked" sign in the background. Nothing more Dennis Rodman than that.
    15 points
  17. https://www.sportingnews.com/au/nfl/video/billick-falcons-drafting-a-qb-at-no-4-would-be-huge-mistake/u9zvjmiyim1r1on06204f6e7e
    14 points
  18. I need great qbs to stop coming to our division. I do not approve of this.
    14 points
  19. You wasted a few minutes of my time. I hope you're ashamed of yourself
    14 points
  20. My plan -- and I'm not the GM so I don't know what his plan is -- would be to stockpile draft capital. I would trade down in this draft and not trade back up. I'd use the assets acquired in next year's draft and re-assess. If Ryan plays well and is not injured going into 2020, I might trade out of the round again next year with one pick, probably not both. Stockpile more. Then, when the iron is hot, you have the draft capital to strike. Best case scenario, someone you like falls to your spot, wherever it is. Worst case scenario you are stockpiling a lot of picks and can use them to
    14 points
  21. I'm not sure how you pass on a QB with that skillset who could sit behind the greatest QB this team has ever had for two years while learning the offense. Trey Lance should be the pick at 4.
    13 points
  22. One aspect of our offense that should finally get back on track under Arthur Smith is YAC. The last two years under Derp Koetter, Ryan ranked 32 of 32 starting QB’s in YAC. It almost seems impossible with receivers like Julio, Ridley, Gage & Hurst on the team. Its so frustrating the FO wasted two prime years of Ryan/Julio with such a clueless OC. A great OC can scheme easy yards for his receivers. The fact Koetter took our Uber talented receiving corp and finished dead last in consecutive years tells you all you need to know about Derp. Arthur Smith took Ryan Tannehill
    13 points
  23. If anybody understands the value of a QB, it's Brian Billick. He knew to replace Trent Dilfer right after winning the SB. Still to this day, Dilfer is only starting QB of a SB winning team to not return the following year. .....that didn't retire lol.
    12 points
  24. TF could have just said” I admired Matt and he is a great player”. There isn’t a need to add He was factor in taking the job.
    12 points
  25. and this projection includes Atlanta trading with Carolina, which is probably less likely than Atlanta taking a TE in the 1st round
    12 points
  26. Yup. Plus, if we trade down from 4 and get a future first, that gives us more ammo if we need to move up from say, 32nd overall.
    12 points
  27. Well, since every team and their mom thinks it's a good idea to draft a quarterback (up to 10?) this year, won't there be less teams chasing that unicorn over the next 2 years?
    12 points
  28. Jesus

    Quarterback WAR:

    68 more days of this.
    12 points
  29. @Sponge @Corn Pop the toddler and my brother's murder-dog love each other so much
    11 points
  30. Exactly. Reading quotes like this and reading between the lines makes me think we're NOT going QB with the first pick. Smith knows Ryan is better than Tannehill and more proven. My guess is Smith and Fontenot will look to add an impactful RB early in the draft and use scheme more effectively to make every player look better on offense, including Ryan. I really think we're not going QB with the first pick. I think a trade down is favored and we could be in the prime spot to do that.
    11 points
  31. There is NO way that's your one and only mock.
    11 points
  32. Dude... I see you edited this after you posted. Can you edit it again with a translation we can understand? Appreciate it!
    11 points
  33. kiwifalcon

    Dream draft

    I wish you’d started in thread title AS YOUR dream draft. Because it sure as **** isn’t mine.
    11 points
  34. The key to this is to not waste that rookie contract for 2-3 years. Matt is probably here for the next 2 years. If you want a prospect to learn in the later picks then fine. But, i feel you defeat your purpose @ 8mil/yr to sit the bench for 2 years and then start negotiating big money at the end of year 3. Too much hype this year at top of the draft, I don't se the multitude of franchise guys in this draft. There's more to it than lighting up underclassed or understaffed college competition. With that said, if your guy is there next year or the next, go get him. By then, we should have a stron
    11 points
  35. Draft one in the later rounds or next year. Matt is your starter this year and maybe even next year, so why spend the 4th overall pick on a guy who isn’t going to help your team this year. This team isn’t in a complete rebuild, it just needs some holes plugged
    11 points
  36. The plan will be thus; How - through free agency or draft ; When - before he retires.
    11 points
  37. Brady will also probably play till he’s 72 and win 19 more Super Bowls with the Bucs. And we’ll be miserable wishing we had drafted Zach Wilson
    10 points
  38. Wow, I'm glad somebody is finally discussing how we will never be in a position to get a franchise QB again. This topic has been glaringly absent from this board for months now. Thank you for saying what needs to be said.
    10 points
  39. Under rated? Perhaps. Elite? Come on now...
    10 points
  40. Matt Ryan didn't need two years to learn how to play. He came in & hit the ground running. That is the kind of QB you draft with a top 5 pick... not a freaking project.
    10 points
  41. I know right. All these fans will be crying when he finally retires and we have to play the QB lottery. This is a classic example of the grass is greener on the other side. As someone who experienced this in my career, sometimes you don’t know how good you have it until you don’t.
    10 points
  42. I may not like it but I wouldn’t hate the pick. AS uses TE a lot in RZ which had been problem for Falcons.
    10 points
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