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Xfactor

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    Xfactor reacted to MD-FalconFan13 in Falcons interested in Vinny Curry   
    Is it me or are the Aints interested in every freaking player we are? Swear they have spies in our war room
  2. Like
    Xfactor reacted to WhenFalconsWin in Falcons CB Oliver ready for leadership role in secondary   
    There definitely was improvement. I hope that continues. 
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Jumpin Jehosaphat in Was Colin Cowherd right about Matt?   
    Ryan isn't the problem he is more than capable of winning the big game
  4. Like
    Xfactor got a reaction from 1989Fan in Was Colin Cowherd right about Matt?   
    Ryan isn't the problem he is more than capable of winning the big game
  5. Like
    Xfactor got a reaction from quickzero in Brady trolling Falcons. Oh baby!!   
    Put that in the locker room
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Vandy in Calvin Ridley Was A Top 10 Receiver Last Year   
    Love Ridley doesn’t get the recognition due to Julio but a great receiver.
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    Xfactor reacted to Goober Pyle in My 3 points why we wont make the playoff. Change my mind   
    Cat down the mountain melted theatre butter

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    Xfactor got a reaction from Sportsman2593 in Happy Birthday Matt Ryan!   
    Happy Birthday Matt
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    Xfactor reacted to Vandy in Which player do you think will be the biggest pleasant surprise on the Falcons this upcoming season?   
    I agree with you X. Hurst should be our break-out player this year.
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Vandy in Which player do you think will be the biggest pleasant surprise on the Falcons this upcoming season?   
    Good to know thanks for the link Vandy.
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Tim Mazetti in Which player do you think will be the biggest pleasant surprise on the Falcons this upcoming season?   
    Hurst, Cominsky and Davidson. 
    I really think Hurst can be a great weapon if Koetter will use him 
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    Xfactor reacted to Charles Wright in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    You just HAVE to wonder; how did this MAN, get to the 5th round? Always produces, and gets stacked blocking schemes all the time.
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    Xfactor reacted to FalconsIn2012 in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    Brady is the best 6th round pick ever....is Grady making a case for best 5th round pick ever?
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    Xfactor got a reaction from HouseofEuphoria in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Let’s see what Morris can do with this kid
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    Xfactor reacted to PokerSteve in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Agree. If Morris is sold on Terrell, I know he's got the tools and the psychological make-up to be a great player in the NFL. I can't wait to watch him grow into the big-game player we need at CB.
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Charles Wright in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Let’s see what Morris can do with this kid
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Drunken Minotaur Zebra in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Falcon fan 4 ever in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from PokerSteve in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from mountain_jim3 in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Tim Mazetti in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Sportsman2593 in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
  23. Like
    Xfactor got a reaction from jas82487 in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Charles Wright in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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    Xfactor got a reaction from Borat in I’m really pulling for this kid now   
    'Mama, we made it': Falcons draftee Marlon Davidson fulfills NFL promise to his late mother
    Marlon Davidson stood at his mother's gravesite hours after the defensive lineman was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft and recited those words: "Mama, we made it. We're here now."
    Amid the chaos of the family celebration, Davidson slipped out of his aunt's home in Greenville, Alabama, hopped in his truck, and drove 20 minutes to the Ridgeville Baptist Church cemetery to honor the person who paved his NFL path.
    Davidson's mom, Cynthia Carter, died on Feb. 23, 2015 at the age of 47 due to complications from a blood clot in her right leg. She collapsed and hit her head while leaving an immediate care facility, but it was the clot circulating to her heart -- not the fall, as had been reported -- that was the cause of death, according to Davidson's aunt, Debra Moorer.
    Davidson, a junior in high school at the time of his mother's death, went to live with Moorer. Reflecting on the tragedy makes his voice quiver.
    After losing my mother I can’t even imagine the distractions, emotions and grief at such a young age. It’s a wound that never heals go big man.
     
     
     
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