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  1. That's nice stat and all but considering the fact that Julio isnt even on that list 100% confirms its offseason fluff lol Dont get me wrong huge fan of both but any metric that doesnt acknowledge Julio as a top 10 receiver is trash.
  2. The team is built the way its built. Just look at the home stretch in 2k16. The defense in particular is built to run sideline to sideline and succeed once the opposing offense has became one dimensional in a situation where the offense is humming and rarely makes mistakes and to be serviceable enough. The thing that got us was all the injuries against Philadelphia the following year. The team as a unit lost its swagger. I believe Gurley is going to once again provide crucial balance to the offense that we have lacked since then but as far as lining up and running right at the Vikin
  3. Is that an actual question? Lol Shanahan reached the super bowl in his 2nd season as OC and Head Coach. Koetter has never reached one in either position. Never reached the playoffs in Tampa for that matter. I have hope the offense can be as good or better with Ridley and Gurley but no contest
  4. Honestly I'm over it already. I don't need validation from the media and other fans. Outside of the 18-1 Pat's that was likely their best team under Brady and it was the moment Brady eclipsed Montana. The way I see it both teams stand out in the history of the NFL and were head and shoulders above the rest of the league. The media wont talk about us positively. We will see highlights until we die. The team wont be forgotten and the sooner we all get over it the sooner we can appreciate pushing Brady to the highest he ever achieved. More people will remember that Falcons team then th
  5. That is a pretty ambitious question. I mean that was prime Vick in all honesty. Before the world told him he had to play a certain way. Truth is, if we are assuming we could beat the Bucs that would be a 14-13 type game. Our defense wasnt the 02 bucs. It's fun to dream about. 40+ point efforts by both offenses. Vick super bowl mvp off the rip but in a warm climate game against a top 5 offense. They would have eventually out lasted us though.
  6. Maybe I should have been more clear to those of you without the ability to use context clues. (No one bothering to exercise their right to talk about the falcons. One and done. Period. Not to keep and with no expectations. One chance and banned from team activities. No risk high reward.
  7. I appreciate you're actual response. All valid points. I work at Amazon on Sunday and last season never really existed to me. I was struggling to come up with a third pass catching option of note. I'd be more worried about him being cancerous if we had a positive climate going in. Any sign of trouble and like I said he can join the practice squad otherwise known as not torching our sorry secondary for 200 yards in the playoffs. Lol
  8. Someone got an actual reason not to at least keep him off of the field against us? Brees and Brady were the 2 most likely QBs to be throwing him the ball last season. Worried he might ruin this great team atmosphere we got going? Lmao I suppose that's my fault thinking to come here of all places expecting anything other then whatever this is lol
  9. Because that's productive behavior, I got an idea how about you go away. I was gonna be pretty annoyed if we hadn't got Gurley in response to Brady being in the division. I wouldnt be surprised to see anyone in the NFC signing him to strengthen their position. Not like he was washed up and we definitely wont be paying what he is worth talent wise.
  10. I know, I can hear the groans already. I'm aware of the cancerous tumor that is Antonio Brown. Been leading the crusade against him in Julio's name for a few years now. That being said I cant see him never playing again. The way the NFC south is rolling out at the moment I sure as **** dont want to see him in the division with Brady or Brees this year. If he wants to cause problems he can get used to Atlanta's practice squad. This is all over "armchair GM" territory but is so easily accomplished with league minimum money I cant imagine not jumping on the opportunity. If we go back 3
  11. I mean if they do they do. I wanted Crosby out of college in the draft. He would do well in doors with his leg strength and he is considerably younger I think. I'd still have both, just save Bryant's leg for clutch time.
  12. Oh if someone other then number 3 missed a game winning super bowl kick youd think Vick got released for defeating 50 Kkk members in hand to hand combat whilst defending an elderly African American sunday school teacher in front of her 12 adopted troubled youths while they all ran a soup kitchen lol The joke being blank would be ran out of town and TD made to do a GoT walk of shame Cersei style to the gas chamber.
  13. I mean if you just take account of the offensive coaches on staff who were hired on *** head coaches its evident Quinn was going to be all in as defensive coordinator and he's likely the best in the business and while Koetter and Mularkey aren't Kyle Shanahan the run and play action game excelled under MM and Dirk was able to utilize 2 wrs and a te to the tune of (let's just round up) 3 1000 yard WRs. With veteran leadership like Ryan, Julio, Mack and freeman. A young stud in ridley. Two first round picks on the offensive line its obvious the offense should be the second best in falcons h
  14. I reckon there isn't much choice but to at this point. I mean the scrub we had to replace him looked undeniably legit last season and it made relative sense to move on from a really old player but Bryant was still the league's best in my humble opinion last season and he flat out deserves to get one more year. Ryan has his first two OCs and an elite offense around him and Quinn has taken over the young fast and talented defense. It would really be a crime if we won a super bowl this season without matt bryant.
  15. I dont have to read your entire post to remember him getting 4 sacks against a backup left tack in denver in '16. I really hope he can show back up but it's been two entire years since he led the NFL in sacks. I will have never been more happy to eat several servings or crow then I will be if he "returns to form" but Beasley is now and forever will be the pick we should have used o Gurley. I'm a Tennessee fan btw so no UGA bias here.
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