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About Joey563

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  • Birthday 06/01/1980

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    My walk and faith in Christ Jesus, Counseling helping others, My Bulldogs, Falcons, GSU, Braves, Hawks, C.S. Lewis, C.H. Spurgeon, USA Rugby, Theology, general Nerd-dom/Geekdom, Android Dev testing, and general randomness.

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  1. The pick will be either: Trade down (then take O-line/Dline/RB) Fields/Lawrence (if one falls to 4) The least likely pick (but not unrealistic) would be an O-lineman or D-lineman they fall in love with or lock onto. I do see a QB being taken with one of our first 4 picks.
  2. I could see Brees taking a season or two off and then going to NO as a QB coach or on the coaching staff in some capacity.
  3. The breaking news is he is retiring but his birthmark is playing two more seasons.
  4. He'd be more likely to help build a defensive staff to run his style of defense and retire again after a year or two.
  5. I have no issue with it. You can be both pro Ryan and pro Falcons. There is nothing wrong with realizing Matt Ryan isn't THE problem and we can win with him, but... Ryan/QB position can be upgraded. The league is in the weird transition/evolution between cerebral QBs and athletic QBs equates to winning teams and younger QBs actually being both. It has almost always been you have to have a cerebral QBs and coaches/coordinators that can manage the game (with athletic players around them) or an athletic QB with cerebral coaches/coordinators (with athletic players around them). Now you have
  6. I dont know... I'll give Jesus credit for encouraging me to process the idea of TF as GM. I'd be happy with Emmanuel Sanders, Demario Davis, Jared Cook or Oline depth brought over with him.
  7. I just saw where Holmes got the Lions job. That might be why TF is our new GM.
  8. I hope you are right. Im not feeling it. Id rather have Holmes or Smith; granted, none of these 3 have been perfect but Holmes and Smith have seemed to be more successful.
  9. They have also been in cap **** almost every year. No thanks
  10. I don't like it. As much as the questions of "what has he done" and "who really did the work", this is a ton more prevalent with TF than with Eric B. TF was behind Loomis AND Peyton; this is concerning to me because Loomis was the one who was asked to GM for the Pelicans (which tells me he was the main one building the Saints), the saints Pro free agents havn't really been that light years better than most other teams, and do we really want Loomis's way of doing things here (bounty gate, eaves dropping on opposition allegations, and almost yearly cap ****)?
  11. I think its because of due diligence. With the Falcons pounding the table about interviewing as many GM's and coaches as possible and making sure they have considered all options, I think this is why he hasn't been hired. ...or there are two or three GMs that have all made extremely convincing proposals and cases for why they should be GM.
  12. The next breaking news will be "Dallas hires Thomas Dimitroff as Co-General Manager"
  13. I agree but if the new GM wants to draft and/or FA pickup both sides of the trenches and build two solid and deep lines; id be very very happy.
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