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  1. Never thought that we would be tied for the worst record after 5 weeks. Here are some options. DT Ed Oliver LB Devin White OT Jonah Williams DE Nick Bosa DE Clelin Ferrel DE Zach Allen
  2. Trade for Earl Thomas oh wait never mind.
  3. Why is there so much hate on these boards?
  4. The only thing worse about hiring Sark is now keeping him around putting the hand brake on the offense for another year. Please dont waste away the potential of this offense which is now back up by a top 10 defense hoping Sark picks it up at some point.
  5. Watch the first 2 drives of the NFC championship game against the packers on You-Tube and you will see the big difference in play-calling between Shanahan and Sark
  6. Thats what separates average players from great players showing up against good competition.
  7. True Matt didnt have his best game. However look at the offense under Shanahan. It was an attacking offense getting everyone involved from tight ends to full backs. It had a rhythm we had long drives and a plan to get the ball into the endzone.
  8. Not really we just got to play better. Cant have this we need to avoid that team as historically we struggled to play there. We need to find a way to click on all cylinders then its the case of bring anyone on anytime anywhere.
  9. I guess thats one way to get more playmakers on the field. Neal at OLB Kazee at SS Riley on the bench
  10. Your being to nice. It looked much worse imo
  11. I guess the bigger question do they plan on resigning Coleman for the long term or letting him walk at the end of the season? If they are planning on letting him go and we can get a high round pick then that could get us another starter on the team which we could have a rookie contract for the next 4 years which will give us more cap space to resign the core of our defensive players. No one wants to see Coleman leave but if we are unwilling to pay him do we try get something in return?
  12. For the sake of our offense i hope not to see Schweitzer starting. As a back up sure
  13. If they offered their 2019 1st round pick would you do it?
  14. With MiKinnon out for the years and the 49ers in win now mode do you think they will be making an offer to TD for Coleman. Kyle Shanahan loves the guy and know exactly how to use him. If we are planning to let Coleman walk at the end of the year would you trade him for a pick or two? What could we get for him? All pure speculation and curious what you guys think?
  15. 2018 NFL DRAFT: WHY MICHIGAN'S MAURICE HURST COULD BE THE FALCONS' FIRST-ROUND PICK Posted Apr 26, 2018 Will McFaddenAtlantaFalcons.comTwitter Who will the Atlanta Falcons select with the 26th overall pick in this year’s draft? (AP photo) FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – The Falcons have one of the league’s most talented rosters, but there are a few positions that they may target with the No. 26 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. RELATED CONTENT Previous profiles: DT Vita Vea | WR D.J. Moore | WR Calvin Ridley DT Taven Bryan | TE Mike Gesicki | DT Da'Ron Payne How to watch the 2018 NFL Draft Five defensive tackles Falcons fans should keep an eye on Mock draft | Mock tracker At the forefront of those positions is defensive tackle. The Falcons lost starter Dontari Poe in free agency, and they have not opted to re-sign Ahtyba Rubin or Courtney Upshaw at this point, although that doesn’t indicate they won’t in the future. The return of Jack Crawfordfrom injury will be a welcome one, but it’s clear the Falcons need to add depth and talent along the interior of the defensive line. Michigan’s Maurice Hurst is a player who has seemingly moved all over the place during the pre-draft evaluation process. He’s seen as a defender with first-round talent, but tests at the NFL Combine revealed an underlying heart condition that may have some teams spooked. Just this week, ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay reported that some teams have taken Hurst off their board entirely, and he may slip to Day 3 of the draft. All it takes is one team to believe his heart condition – the same one that Bills defensive lineman Star Lotulelei has played with – is not career-threatening. If a team comes to that conclusion, he offers a lot of upside. “The prototypical 3-technique defensive tackle, Hurst offers a pass-rushing toolbox that no other interior player in this class can come close to matching,” writes Pro Football Focus’s Michael Renner, who has Hurst as the top-rated defensive tackle prospect. “His four-year career of grades is unlike anything we’ve ever seen at the defensive tackle position, proving his durability and sustainability at the position.” If the Falcons are looking for an interior defender who can get upfield and collapse the pocket on passing downs, Hurst proved he could do that consistently in college. In his final three seasons at Michigan, Hurst registered a combined 31 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks. On tape, Hurst shows a great initial burst and ocassionally beat opposing linemen with his get-off alone. When he does engage with a blocker, Hurst displays a great motor and quick hand movement to continue his surge towards the quarterback. via GIPHY Against the run, that quickness also benefits Hurst. At 6-foot-1 and 292 pounds, Hurst doesn’t have the size to consistently anchor in his gap against bigger linemen or double teams, but he does a good job of gaining the advantage at the snap with his initial burst. What separates Hurst from a player like Taven Bryan – who also possesses a great get-off – is his ability to keep his eyes in the backfield and find the ballcarrier to make the play. While getting upfield, Hurst doesn’t run himself out of the play. via GIPHY Barring nothing truly worrisome about his health status, Hurst could be a strong asset to the Falcons’ defensive line and has the penetrating, upfield style to fit into the scheme. Should medical concerns push Hurst into Day 2 or even Day 3 of the draft, the possibility to select a first-round talent with a lower-risk pick would still remain.