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  1. This would make 4 MVP QBs in the division! ...Oh wait, only 3. Brees has never won MVP
  2. I did some digging and it looks like they are expecting the cap to be ~$200m for 2020, which is a $12m increase over 2019. A bigger spike is expected to come in 2021 if the CBA is reached and new media deals are locked in, though I couldn’t find any projected figures.
  3. If that $5b in new money to players has any credence, then that is ~$150m per team. I wonder if contracts will go up in a prorated amount for the extra game? Either way, the cap is clearly set for a nice increase.
  4. Hopefully either he accepts a lowball to stay, or he gets such a huge offer somewhere else that it won’t tempt DQ and TD to match (and we get a nice healthy comp pick in return). I’m ok with either of these.
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  6. It sounds like from the quote and from what we saw this year they were trying to run a hybrid of Dirk’s offense with Shannahan’s terminology. That’s like a worst of both worlds. I would rather see Dirk’s simplified terminology with the concepts from Shannahan’s offense.
  7. May he be the next Bobby Petrino
  8. Yeah, that’s a good point. He had to at least have been able to practice or he would’ve shown up on the report.
  9. That would make sense that they were hoping he could return, but already had used the IR with designation so they stashed him on the inactive. But that’s just speculation.
  10. Which bodes well for a playoff run if we can ever get back there.
  11. They said Raheem is promoted to DC. I just edited my comment with the official announcement.
  12. “Arthur M. Blank, Atlanta Falcons owner and chairman, announced on Thursday that general manager Thomas Dimitroff and head coach Dan Quinn have been retained and will both now report directly to Falcons President and CEO Rich McKay. Blank will retain oversight of the football operation, with McKay reporting directly to him on all football matters. Additionally, Raheem Morris has been named Falcons defensive coordinator, effective at the conclusion of the 2019 season.” I’m interested to see what Raheem can do as DC after learning under one of the best offensive minds how they attack a defense. Also note there was no word on DK in the announcement?!
  13. It shouldn't be understated that Raheem used to actually be part of creating the offensive gameplans with Shannahan. He has to have had a really good feeling about how they were going to try and attack.
  14. If enthusiasm and passion turn you off then it might be a “you” problem.