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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from ATLskinjob in FA RBs to pair with a day 3 RB   
    I actually think your best to worst list is spot on except I’d have Mike Davis over Bell just because I think he has more upside at this point 
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    Captain Falcon reacted to falconsd56 in All 1st Round QBs 2009-2016 No Longer w/Team   
    If you go back to 08... Ryan is the only one standing with his original team.
     But drafting a qb this year is a sure fire bet for the Future!!!!!!!
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    Captain Falcon reacted to Farmer2 in All 1st Round QBs 2009-2016 No Longer w/Team   
    Not sure what to make of this and if it applies to us at all, but this is a heck of a stat.  All first round QBs drafted from 2009-2016 are now no longer with the team that drafted them.  If anything I think we’re starting to see the breaking point of QB salaries.  They’ve gotten so high that if you don’t have a top 5 guy, is it really worth it to pay a 10-20 QB 30-35 mil/year?
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    Captain Falcon reacted to jidady in Falcons Cut Allen & Bailey   
    Dear Ricardo Allen: you were one of the greatest 5th round picks in Falcons history. And you always made me proud as a fan with your tireless work ethic and dedication to improvement.
    Thank you for everything. Good luck with the rest of your NFL career!
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from falconfreak1 in What the Falcons should do if they don't draft a quarterback   
    Ridley isn’t as good as AJ Brown? Id say he’s maybe better 
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    Captain Falcon reacted to MattM12 in Reminder: Dan Quinn is the DC in Dallas.   
    A few of y'all are on the guestlist for the player haters ball. 
    Hate, hate, hate...
    Q-Ball got us to the Superbowl ffs. A lot of hurt feelings hidden poorly behind 'he sucks/he can have his players' rhetoric.
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    Captain Falcon reacted to FalconFanSince1970 in My Favorite Free Agent RB   
    My favorite 2021 free agent running back is UFA Mike Davis. I think we need to add him to the roster.
    Yeah he's a journeyman that played for CAR, CHI, SEA and SF, but buddy could be just what we need.
    Could probably pick him up at a vet minimum, or maybe $3M at most. Add a RB draft pick to placate TATF.
    Short, heavy and slow, but a true as beater. Trust me. Great eyes on the run and a dam good receiver.
    Go look at him bullying our defense last year. Plays with attitude. Atlanta boy. Bring him on home Fonty.
     
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from VTCrunkler in Former rival Buc WR Vincent Jackson dead at 38   
    So true. Their games are very similar. Both amazing receivers and seemingly humble guys. 
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from MoFalconsFan56 in What the Falcons should do if they don't draft a quarterback   
    Ridley isn’t as good as AJ Brown? Id say he’s maybe better 
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    Captain Falcon reacted to FalconFanSince1970 in Is Matt Ryan still Matty Ice?   
    I think Ryan's issues since his 2016 MVP season are due to:
    Two start up OCs Shaky Olines No run game Defense giving up big early leads There may be a physical decline but it's slight.
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    Captain Falcon reacted to JOEinPHX in Former rival Buc WR Vincent Jackson dead at 38   
    This one hurts - I've spent a little time with him, and my son was one of his coaches.
    Even though he had a lot of business interests and activities, his wife once told us he seemed lost without football.  A lot of people will miss him.
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from Run 'n' Shoot in What one player (that played for the Falcons) were you completely wrong about?   
    I mean he was good for like a year or two. 
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from Herr Doktor in What one player (that played for the Falcons) were you completely wrong about?   
    I mean he was good for like a year or two. 
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from Herr Doktor in What one player (that played for the Falcons) were you completely wrong about?   
    He had a really good rookie year... and seemed like he didn’t care at all after that. 
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    Captain Falcon got a reaction from DirtyBird2 in What one player (that played for the Falcons) were you completely wrong about?   
    He had a really good rookie year... and seemed like he didn’t care at all after that. 
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    Captain Falcon reacted to tl;dr in Does anyone REALLY care that the Bucs won it all?   
    Okay so I'll start by saying, yes I was pulling for the Chiefs on Sunday, but it was more because I don't like Brady than it was a dislike of the Bucs. I remember when the Saints played the Colts in 2010 and the Panthers played the Broncos in 2016, I really, really did not want them to win. I was pulling hard against both of them because I don't like them. But, when the Bucs were playing I kind of had this "meh, whatever" attitude. Didn't want them to win, but there wasn't the same burning desire to see them lose that I have with the Panties and the Aints. 
    In a way I almost feel bad for the Bucs. They have 2 Lombardi's which is more than the rest of the NFC South combined, but no one really cares about them in the division. At least not as much as each other. Honestly, there are several teams outside the division and even the conference I would pull for the Bucs over (Cowboys, Steelers, 49ers, Pats, etc.)
    To stay on topic with recent threads... "LOL MATT RYAN SUCKS!" and "Y U WANT QB AT FOUR BRO?!?!?!?!"
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    Captain Falcon reacted to Draftnut57 in Draftnut57.s Last 2021 Mock Draft   
    This is a mock that I have spent a lot of time on.. It will be my last one this year since I like it so well..  This mock will give us everything we need except the OL needs.. And since I got everything else taken care of in this mock other than the OL.. I'd love to get the two OL that we need in FAcy.. That way we know what we are getting .. And this draft takes care of all our other needs.. IMO. I don't want to take a chance in Drafting OL, it takes a year or two for them to develope,  And I would like to see us go deep into  the playoffs.
        This is a realistic Mock,, I don't do unrealistic Mocks.. I made sure that these players where ranked below all these picks.. at least one below our picks but most of these picks were from 1 to 10 picks below where we will pick in each round..  The first pick we will trade down from 4 to 8 and start drafting at pick 8 and take our first pick a TE,, then we trade back up to 15 and take our second player a DE. After the first two picks , All the others are ranked below their pick.. I don't do unreallistic mocks. Sure , the players run up and down the boards until the draft. .WE can't help that so here is the players I would love to get on our team that is as of Now ranked below every pick I made.     
    8. TE  Kyle Pitts, Fla.  6-6, 240.  
    15. DE Kwity Paye ,  Michigan, 6-4, 272,......... Use picks for trading down to 8 to go back up to 15.
    36. DT Christian Barmore,  Ala., 6-5, 310...... Build that wall. 
    68. CB Asante Samuel Jr. , Fla. St. , 5-10, 184
    100. FS Richard Lecounte III , 5-11, 190
    132. SS Caden Sterns, 6'- 210, Texas 
    164, DT Bobby Brown, 6'-4, 315, Texas A&M
    217, DE Michael Clemons, 6-5, 270, Texas A&M
    223, WR Trevon Grimes, 6-4, 217, Fla.
    As I've said, Get all Vet proven OL in FAcy,, WE don't need rookie OL  if we are going to make a run this year.. Just My Opinion.  I've pegged these players that I would love to get to make this team the best team ever assembled in Atlanta Ga.   Yours Truly ,, Draftnut57
     
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    Captain Falcon reacted to youngbloodz in Its Superbowl Sunday Yay! Game thread.   
    I would have broke my controller if I was on defense 😂
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    Captain Falcon reacted to A-TowN.- in NFL Draft Prospect Rankings 2021   
    Hey everyone!
    This is my annual prospect positional rankings for the upcoming draft. When it gets closer to the draft, I will unveil my rankings similar to last year.
    I will be updating this regularly, but the top 10 for each position is pretty close to being solidified. After the top 10, there will be some movement since I am still watching film.
    Quarterbacks:
    Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Justin Fields, Ohio State Zach Wilson, BYU Trey Lance, NDSU Mac Jones, Alabama Kyle Trask, Florida Kellen Mond, Texas A&M Davis Mills, Stanford Shane Buechele, SMU Sam Elignher, Texas Feleipe Franks, Arkansas Zac Thomas, App State Ian Book, Notre Dame Peyton Ramsay, Northwestern Jamie Newman, Georgia Brady White, Memphis Tanner Morgan, Minnesota K.J. Costello, Mississippi State Sean Clifford, Penn State  
    Halfbacks: 
    Najee Harris, Alabama Travis Etienne, Clemson Javonte Williams, UNC Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis Trey Sermon, Ohio State Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech Javian Hawkins, Louisville Michael Carter, UNC Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State Kylin Hill, Mississippi State Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma Pooka Williams Jr., Kansas C.J. Verdell, Oregon Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State Chris Evans, Michigan Jaret Patterson, Buffalo Gerrid Doaks, Cincinnati Stephen Carr, USC Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas Hassan Hall, Louisville Larry Rountree III, Missouri D’vonte Price, FIU Elijah Mitchell, ULL Mekhi Sargent, Iowa Brittain Brown, UCLA Charles Williams, UNLV Trey Ragas, ULL Stevie Scott, Indiana David Bailey, Boston College Bryant Koback, Toledo  
    Wide Receivers:
    Ja’Marr Chase, LSU Devonta Smith, Alabama Jaylen Waddle, Alabama Rashad Bateman, Minnesota Kadarius Toney, Florida Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC Tamorrion Terry, Florida State Dwayne Eskridge, Western Michigan Rondale Moore, Purdue Elijah Moore, Ole Miss Terrance Marshall, LSU Dyami Brown, North Carolina Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State Dazz Newsome, North Carolina Cade Johnson, South Dakota State Amari Rodgers, Clemson Nico Collins, Michigan Tutu Atwell, Louisville Demetric Felton, UCLA Trevon Grimes, Florida Anthony Schwartz, Auburn Cornell Powell, Clemson Frank Darby, Arizona State Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa Dez Fitzpatrick, Louisville Sage Surratt, Wake Forest Ronnie Bell, Michigan Damonte Coxie, Memphis Jonathan Adams, Arkansas State Jaelan Darden, North Texas Shi Smith, South Carolina Seth Williams, Auburn Austin Watkins, UAB Romeo Doubs, Nevada Marquez Stevenson, Houston Josh Imatorbhebhe, Illinois Ramaud Chaiokiao-Bowman, Northwestern Josh Palmer, Tennessee Tyler Vaughns, USC Dillon Stoner, Oklahoma State Whop Philyor, Indiana Beau Corrales, UNC Damon Hazelton, Missouri Jaylen Erwin, UCLA Dax Milne, BYU Tre Walker, San Jose State Brennan Eagles, Texas Racey McMath, LSU Warren Jackson, Colorado State Khalil Shakir, Boise State TJ Vasher, Texas Tech  
    Tight Ends:
    Kyle Pitts, Florida Brevin Jordan, Miami Pat Freiermuth, Penn State Kenny Yeboah, Ole Miss Tommy Tremble, Notre Dame Noah Gray, Duke Matt Bushman, BYU Kylen Granson, SMU Tré McKitty, Georgia Nick Eubanks, Michigan Hunter Long, Boston College Quintin Morris, Bowling Green John Bates, Boise State Miller Forristall, Alabama Shaun Beyer, Iowa Josh Peterson, ULM Cary Angeline, NC State  
    Centers:
    Landon Dickerson, Alabama Joshua Myers, Ohio State Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma Michael Menet, Penn State Quinn Meinerz, Wisconsin Whitewater Drew Dalman, Stanford Trey Hill, Georgia Drake Jackson, Kentucky Jordan Reid, Michigan State Brett Heggie, Florida Jimmy Morrissey, Pittsburgh James Empey, BYU Dawson Deaton, Texas Tech  
    Offensive Guards:
    Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC Deonte Brown, Alabama Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State Trey Smith, Tennessee David Moore, Grambling State Ben Cleveland, Georgia Wyatt Davis, Ohio State Cade Mays, Tennessee Aaron Banks, Notre Dame Kendrick Green, Illinois Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame Jordan McFadden, Clemson Tommy Kraemer, Notre Dame Sadarius Hutchetson, South Carolina Jake Curhan, California Nolan Laufenberg, Air Force  
    Offensive Tackles:
    Penei Sewell, Oregon Rashawn Slater, Northwestern Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech Jalen Mayfield, Michigan Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame Samuel Cosmi, Texas Alex Leatherwood, Alabama Dillion Radunz, NDSU Alaric Jackson, Iowa Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa Walker Little, Stanford Brady Christiansen, BYU Jackson Carman, Clemson James Hudson III, Cincinnati Daniel Faalele, Minnesota Larry Borom, Missouri Dan Moore Jr., Texas A&M D’Ante Smith, ECU Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin Adrian Ealy, Oklahoma Josh Ball, Marshall Calvin Ashley, Florida A&M  
    Defensive Ends:
    Gregory Rousseau, Miami Kwity Paye, Michigan Azeez Ojulari, Georgia Jaelen Phillips, Miami Joseph Ossai, Texas Jayson Oweh, Penn State Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh Quincy Roche, Miami Carlos Basham, Wake Forest Cam Sample, Tulane Shaka Toney, Penn State Elerson Smith, UNI Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma Victor Dimukeje, Duke Tarron Jackson, Coastal Carolina Chris Rumph II, Duke Joe Tryon, Washington Malcolm Koonce, Buffalo Payton Turner, Houston Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Notre Dame Jonathon Cooper, Ohio State Daelin Hayes, Notre Dame Chauncey Gholston, Iowa Wyatt Hubert, Kansas State Janarius Robinson, Florida State Jordan Smith, UAB William Bradley-King, Baylor JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State Hamilcar Reshad Jr., Oregon State Patrick Johnson, Tulane Noah Taylor, Virginia Malik Herring, Georgia Charles Snowden, Virginia Jermayne Lole, Arizona State Drew Beesley, Michigan State Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma  
    Defensive Tackles:
    Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh Daviyon Nixon, Iowa Jay Tufele, USC Alim McNeill, NC State Christian Barmore, Alabama Tyler Shelvin, LSU Levi Onwuzurike, Washington Tommy Togiai, Ohio State Marvin Wilson, Florida State Darius Stills, West Virginia Bobby Brown III, Texas A&M Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, Notre Dame Mustafa Johnson, Colorado Jordon Scott, Oregon Marlon Tuipulotu, USC Tedarell Slaton, Florida Khyiris Tonga, BYU Ta’Quon Graham, Texas Lorenzo Neal, Purdue Kurt Hinish, Notre Dame Dante Stills, West Virginia  
    Linebackers:
    Micah Parsons, Penn State Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame Zaven Collins, Tulsa Nick Bolton, Missouri Pete Werner, Ohio State Chazz Surratt, North Carolina Monty Rice, Georgia Justin Hilliard, Ohio State Dylan Moses, Alabama Jabril Cox, LSU Cameron McGrone, Michigan Derrick Barnes, Purdue Jamin Davis, Kentucky Tony Fields, West Virginia DeMarvion Overshown, Texas Riley Cole, South Alabama Talanoa Hufanga, USC Baron Browning, Ohio State K.J. Britt, Auburn Paddy Fischer, Northwestern Zacoby McClain, Auburn JaCoby Stevens, LSU Carlton Martial, Troy Garrett Wallow, TCU Tuf Borland, Ohio State Damone Clark, LSU Merlin Robertson, Arizona State Buddy Johnson, Texas A&M Ryan Smeda Jr., Wake Forest Erroll Thompson, Miss State Ricky Miezan, Stanford Isaiah Kafusi, BYU Anthony Hines, Texas A&M Milo Eifler, Illinois  
    Cornerbacks:
    Patrick Surtain II, Alabama Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech Jaycee Horn, South Carolina Greg Newsome II, Northwestern Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State Eric Stokes, Georgia Tre Brown, Oklahoma Ifeati Melifonwu, Syracuse Tyson Campbell, Georgia Shaun Wade, Ohio State Paulson Adebo, Stanford Ambry Thomas, Michigan Elijah Molden, Washington DJ Daniel, Georgia Benjamin St. Juste, Minnesota Thomas Graham Jr., Oregon Aaron Robinson, UCF Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina Shermar Jean-Charles, App State Darren Hall, San Diego State Brandon Stephens, SMU Chase Lucas, Arizona State Robert Rochell, Central Arkansas Bryce Thompson, Tennessee Brenton Nelson, Virginia Camryn Bynum, California Rodarius Williams, Oklahoma State Bryan Mills, North Carolina Central Shaun Jolly, App State Brandon Sebastian, Boston College Kary Vincent Jr., LSU Amechi Uzodinma II, Ball State Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech Corey Straughter, UL Monroe Marco Wilson, Florida Brandon Echols, Kentucky  
    Safeties:
    Trevon Moehrig, TCU Andre Cisco, Syracuse Ar’Darius Washington, TCU Richie Grant, UCF Paris Ford, Pittsburgh Jevon Holland, Oregon Richard Lecounte III, Georgia Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State Caden Sterns, Texas Joshuah Bledsoe, Missouri Christian Uphoff, Illinois State James Wiggins, Cincinnati Tyree Gillespie, Missouri Josh Proctor, Ohio State Tre Norwood, Oklahoma Jamar Johnson, Indiana Damar Hamlin, Pittsburgh Shawn Davis, Florida Divine Deablo, Virginia Tech Brad Stewart, Florida Jamien Sherwood, Auburn Kekaula Kaniho, Boise State Myles Jones, Texas A&M  
    Criticism welcome!
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    Captain Falcon reacted to JD dirtybird21 in Brady is the GOAT   
    Yes, I’m admitting it. He’s the best ever. And most of you who know me know I’ve been a big Brady detractor his whole career. 

    But, I want to point something out here. I’ve had countless arguments and discussions with people over the years about how defense is more important than weapons for a QB. People have told me that Brady wins with no weapons and Peyton had tons of weapons and couldn’t pull through. Same argument applies to Ryan. Ryan’s been “blessed with weapons” and can’t win the big one is the narrative.
    In this game we just watched, 
    Brady was 13/22 for 202 yards and 2 touchdowns in the 1st half
    In the 2nd half, Brady went 7-14, for 78 yards, 1 touchdown, and 3 interceptions and his team still pulled it out. This is what having a respectable defense does. Brady was atrocious in the 2nd half with an 18 point lead. His defense (like many times in his career) completely won this game. Ryan had a 25 point lead in the SB, and only had 1 turnover (a fumble caused by a missed block from Freeman), and his team still lost. The difference is Ryan’s defense (like the majority of his career) has failed to do it’s job. 

    But the narrative is, Brady is clutch and just wins and Ryan doesn’t deliver when it matters....but the reality is, if you ever build a team that’s too QB dependent and has a lousy defense, that QB will ALWAYS....ALWAYS fail in several situations where the team has to lean on him to carry it. Because that’s NOT how you win football games. 
     
    I said at the start of this thread that Brady is the best ever. I’m admitting it. But he has definitely been in the best situations and best built teams I’ve ever seen. By far.
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    Captain Falcon reacted to JD dirtybird21 in Uniform Thoughts   
    I don’t have a problem with the uniforms themselves. But, I would say I preferred the combo of the jersey and pants instead of all white or all black. The white jerseys over black pants was sick as was the black jersey over white pants 
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    Captain Falcon reacted to A Dog Named Brian in Uniform Thoughts   
    That white on black tho.... 
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    Captain Falcon reacted to VTCrunkler in My friend’s son went missing. Any information would be a blessing.   
    Falcon family.  My good friend’s son went missing in the Brookhaven area. He was on his bike. The link is below for more info.  If you live in or near the area and have any info please let me know or let the police know. Thanks in advance. 
     
    https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/police-searching-for-missing-20-year-old-brookhaven-cyclist?fbclid=IwAR3IEdb0PuaYh2bDkN6cu_ox0dtSUhgvOVHDnHAXa6v_Zcbb3x4cD6eJfJY
    BROOKHAVEN, Ga. - The Brookhaven Police Department is asking the public for help finding a missing 20-year-old man.
    Officials say Kalil Shariff Khan was last seen leaving his home in the Drew Valley neighborhood around 5:30 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 15. He was reported missing the next day.


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    Captain Falcon reacted to Killing Floor in New Era   
    First time in the light, new gig, anyone would be a little nervous. Who cares. Seems like he was fine. And he wasn’t spewing bumper sticker tag lines. 
    Win more than 4 next year and it’s growth. Win more than 8 and he can sing Yankee Doodle for all I care. 
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