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  1. I love Julio, but we are more sunk without Ryan. Agree to disagree. Edit: i now see QBs aren't included.
  2. It makes no sense for our offense to score that mant points again if our defense drastically improves. I think our offense is just as good, but doesn't score as much. Less shoot outs. Better defense.
  3. Who told you that?!!! That statement is pure evil!!!
  4. I only have one speed, full throttle. Haha
  5. My wrath knows no limits
  6. Give it to Mangold on a twilight SB run deal
  7. I read we have about 7-8M cap space after June 1st. Isn't that enough to bring in Mangold to play RG and let his great career get capped with a SB win?
  8. Its all anout health. He will contribute if healthy, his drive and tools are too good.
  9. Lol
  10. This guy could complete our off season with a cherry on top.
  11. Round 1 (26): Takkarist McKinley, DE UCLA Grade: (A-) because we need pass rush and we landed one of the top pass rushers in the draft, BUT we parted with a 3rd to do it. Round 3 (75): Duke Riley, OLB LSU Grade: (A) because landing a 3rd high effort, fast and physical LB to pair with Jones and Campbell is a beautiful thing. He is a big upgrade over seeing Wheeler and Worrilow out there instead. With Reynolds, Keys and Ishmael, our LB core is young and set for the long haul. ALSO we traded down BEAUTIFULLY and restocked some early 3rd day picks. Round 4 (136): Sean Harlow, OG Oregon State Grade: (B) because bringing in a quality RG prospect to compete with Thornton, Schweitzer, and Garland was a great decision. Harlow has some nastiness and good ability, that at the very least will raise the competition in camp. Would I have loved a higher rated prospect, sure, but Harlow is a good get at the end of the 4th. Round 5 (149): Damontae Kazee, FS/NB San Diego St. Grade: (B+) because BALL HAWK! He is fast, he plays with great awareness and his potential at FS is excellent. He should be an excellent special teamer and later challenge Allen for FS snaps. There is some risk involved in the position switch, but worth a 5th round pick. Round 5 (156): Brian Hill, RB Wyoming Grade: (A) because this guy is a fluid, POWER back that can really shine in this offense. Learning behind Coleman and Freeman will be great for him. I have seen comparisons to Latavius Murray and Spencer Ware, I think this kid can outclass them both. Round 5 (174): Eric Saubert, TE Drake Grade: (B-) because a tightend was needed and an upside tightend we have received in the 5th. His athleticism is quality and his highlight reel is nice. He definitely needs coaching to improve his blocking and catch consistency. Overall Grade: (B+) Trading up to get one of the most coveted pass rushers in the draft proved smart with Dallas, Pittsburg and New Orleans looming with pass rush needs as well. Trading down in the 2nd netted one of the drafts most athletic LBs in the 3rd and two early day 3 picks. Grabbing a guard to compete for RG was wise in the 4th. The ball hawking CB to FS convert in the 5th could payoff big. A bruising, good-upside RB in the 5th was great to see. Finishing off with a nice, big, athletic TE prospect filled a hole. Overall, the Atlanta Falcons are a more talented team in 2017-18. You can't ask for anymore than that.
  12. Too little sleep
  13. DE Vic Beasley/Adrian Clayborn DT Grady Jarrett/Derrick Shelby DT Dontari Poe/Ra'Shede Hageman DE Takka McKinley/Brooks Reed LB Duke Riley/Kemal Ishmael LB Deion Jones/DeAndre Campbell CB Desmond Trufant CB Jalen Collins NB Robert Alford/Brian Poole FS Rico Allen/Draft Pick SS Keanu Neal/Sharrod Neasman