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falken

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  1. If Marky Mark is playing Fullback we are probably in trouble.
  2. Money where your mouth is. How much are you willing to bet that Thomas Dimitroff and Dan Quinn won't be with the Falcons next year?
  3. You being a Panther fan on a Falcons' message board says everything I need to know about you. Can you bring some meaningful banter to our boards or are you just capable of sporadic drivel with no substance or purpose? We will gladly respond to any meaningful football talk you would like to bring to the table.
  4. I learned my lesson about clicking on your threads.
  5. Everyone has told me that Hageman is a camp body and no lock to make the team. I have a feeling he is much more that that. Hungry and determined to make the most of his second opportunity. I think we were just making up for how slow we were the first month of free agency.
  6. …...but can he hear Jimmy? I think it hasn't been discussed because of its unlikeliness.
  7. Met Kenny once. He come into the retail store I manage and bought some furniture. He was elated, almost embarrassed that I recognized him. He sat down and talked Falcons' and NFL football with me for hours. Nice guy. I knew he had some legal problems. This saddens me.
  8. The Buccaneers have to travel 18,000 miles between Weeks 4 and 9. That includes trips to Los Angeles, Seattle and London. No home games during that stretch in their own stadium. itinerary, with estimated round-trip mileages: Week 4 vs. Rams in Los Angeles: 3,750 nautical miles Week 5 vs. Saints in New Orleans: 964 miles Week 6 vs. Panthers in London: 8,796 miles Week 7: BYE Week 8 vs. Titans in Nashville, Tenn.: 1,240 miles Week 9 vs. Seahawks in Seattle: 5,040 miles The Dolphins start the season playing four consecutive 2018 playoff teams. They also play two teams coming off of a bye. The Patriots play three teams coming off of a bye. Falcons open their season on the road. lol
  9. I'm looking more forward to the final season of Game of Thrones. Sunday 4/14 — Episode one (54 minutes) Sunday 4/21 — Episode two (58 minutes) Sunday 4/28 — Episode three (1 hour, 22 minutes) Sunday 5/5 — Episode four (1 hour, 18 minutes) Sunday 5/12 — Episode five (1 hour, 20 minutes) Sunday 5/19 — Episode six (1 hour, 20 minutes)
  10. I saw a lot of bad play from our defense last year. He'll be better with better play around him. Team sport. Quinn is one of the best defensive minds this century. If he feels he can contribute I'm going to trust his judgement. He is the one who pays the ultimate price for failed decisions. I don't think Quinn is blinded by Beasley. He sees something in him.
  11. The 2018 defense was porous. I'll take serviceable, fair, mediocre, decent, average, ordinary or standard over porous. Good would be great. Nasty would be delightful.
  12. IS TD A GOOD MANAGER OF AB's MONEY? Did he advise him to buy a $180,000,000 yacht?
  13. Wouldn't it be poetic if he were banned for starting a thread in TATF about being banned?
  14. KFFL Trade News 02/08/2019 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AFMB Reports Hurry_Up_And_.has been traded to the New Orleans Saints fanbase pending a psychological evaluation. The Falcons are sending Hurry_Up_and cash to the Saints for Morten Anderson's old toothbrush and a half-eaten Po Boy. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  15. Weather was perfect in the Benz. A comfortable 70 degrees and zero chance of Brees.
  16. Welcome back Koetter. He's probably spent the last few weeks explaining to Mularkey what a screen pass is and how to execute it properly. I'm glad we're getting the bubble screen back. I think it can fit well with our personnel. This offense could be back to being a dynamic force. Hopefully we can come up with some kind of defense to compliment it. Raheem Morris has 16 years of NFL experience and a former HC; Mularkey was a TE in the NFL for 9 years and another 20 years of coaching along with three different stints as a HC. Knapp also has years on NFL experience as an OC and QC coach. One of the more impressive things to me is he worked as Peyton Manning's QB Coach for SB50. Koetter? I think Matt Ryan said it best. “There is no ceiling, to me,” Ryan told the Falcons website. “I think that we have talented guys, he’s a very good football coach, and we’re capable of being the very best. Now, we’ve got to go do it. We all have to do it. But, to me, there shouldn’t be any limitations on what we’re capable of doing.”
  17. How about paying for his mistakes. He's pretty good at that. I don't condone anything Vick did by saying.... Vick grew up in the projects where dog fighting is as natural as a lot of people going deer hunting in the south. It's no more inhumane than to climb a tree and wait for an animal to walk by so you can blow a hole in it and post pictures on your Facebook account. It's how he was brought up. Name one other person you've ever heard of going to prison for dog fighting. He made a mistake and paid dearly for that mistake and hasn't been in trouble since. Has done things for the community and spoken about his mistakes. Maybe it's time to forgive the man.
  18. ….but yet YOU are the one that ventured onto OUR message boards. We don't like the Saints. You don't like the Falcons. We get it. The fact that you guys feel like you had the first ever non-call in the history of sports is a laugher. Saints' tears taste like Mountain Dew with a hint of Cream Soda. We are giddy because you feel shafted. Honestly, we wish that you were shafted more often. Instead of Katrina refs we wish it was the opposite. We hope your mailman loses your birthday cards. We hope the IRS audits you twice a year. We hope your straw jams up every time you try to pierce the pouch of a Capri Sun. We hope you get a lingering urge to sneeze that just jams up and doesn't release for years. …..but hey, nothing personal.
  19. I'm hoping that the Rams can't make it to the game so they ask the Falcons to fill in at the last minute.
  20. You're right, Peyton. Bobby Hebert to Terrance Mathis. Seems like it was Christmas Eve. Jeff George was knocked out of the game but would return for the playoffs. George actually had us up 14-0 against GB in GB on a couple of broken plays that went for bombs in the playoffs but I think we lost 2814. George was a tool but had one helluva arm.
  21. New England has the perfect coach married to the near perfect QB. ….but yes, I think Ryan would do very well with Belichick.. A lot of quarterbacks could flourish with a mastermind. His game-planning is off the charts when it comes to attacking the other teams weaknesses and removing their strengths. Willingness to cross the line on ethics, too. Belichick is the best. But he still needs a great quarterback to win five Super Bowls. Brady is a smart, accurate quarterback who isn't going to make the mistakes to lose a game 98% of the time. If Peyton Manning and Belichick had of been together the rest of the NFL could have called in sick.
  22. Some of the best athletes ever have had personality flaws. Ted Williams is a prime example of an individual in a team sport that wasn't endeared by his teammates.. Ty Cobb. Mike Tyson. Bill Romanowski was a legendary jerk. Vick, TO., heck even Roethlisberger. This list could keep going and going. Does AB have a little sense of entitlement? Probably. A lot of great players do;
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