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  1. Given his work on both sides of the ball since joining the Falcons, I'm convinced Morris is the best coach on the entire staff. Wouldn't at all be opposed to him as HC if the Falcons get off to a rough start in '20.
  2. Not at all, Beasley put up 23 tfl and 13 sacks as a junior. He's been the best edge rusher for a couple years now. The combine simply served to show he wasn't as small as some suggested.
  3. This...When Gregory is able to simply rush from a two point stance, you can see he's as quick off the ball as anyone. The things that Gregory has better than any other edge rusher in this draft are a super powerful punch and he absolutely eats up ground, with those long strides, in pursuit. I'm still sold as Beasley being #1, but Gregory is a close #2, and the rest of the edge guys aren't event close.
  4. This guy makes 'Spoon look like Cal Ripken Jr. Just say no...
  5. Seriously? Peterson's been pretty darn good this season.
  6. His problem isn't so much his hands nowadays, it's his routes. I think he was targeted 8 times last night, but only 4 completions from a QB who seemingly couldn't miss.
  7. That wasn't Moore's play. It was zone coverage and the pressure on the QB is supposed to force a quicker throw that doesn't allow the WR to get so far behind the MLB so Lofton isn't tasked with the duty of dropping so deep. Good coaching puts you in position to make those plays.
  8. If your offensive line isn't performing up to par, why not help them with max protection, misdirection and......SCREENS?!?!?!?!?!
  9. Good recap. I'd disagree on the Spikes tip for INT. It was another poor pass by Ryan to a well-covered Gonzalez. The Vilma tip was just an awesome play to prevent an easy catch. Very different to me. Otherwise, job well done. Thanks for the read!
  10. Too bad he stunk for the majority of the game! Thankfully Roddy bailed us out and Ryan got his act together.
  11. Ryan and Young's performances yesterday validates Duke's point. Without an awesome rushing effort, these guys struggle to lead their teams passing the ball.
  12. Both picks were horrible throws. The pass was batted up by Spikes because it was behind a well covered Gonzalez. The second pick was a poor throw in that he did not see Clements. To be honest, Ryan did not play well for a large part of the game. Thankfully, he played well at the precise time it counted. The one time he seems to be on top of things is during the no-huddle. Why the Falcons don't use it more often, I have no clue. Why the Falcons also aren't at least taking token shots down the field I have no clue. Maybe Jenkins absence is a bigger deal than we think? Defense played awesome. Th
  13. Ryan is a superior passer, but they bring different skills to the table which enable them to lead their teams. Young threw for almost 400 yds against Arizona last year. The key word from Dukes was consistently.
  14. Right....but Dukes point was that SD and GB wins based on their passing attack. When Ryan has to throw 40+ times, the Falcons are likely not in good shape. He says why say Ryan is on the verge if being elite QB when the same questions exist about him as they do Young which is can they consistently win without their dominant run games?
  15. I think he was fair. Neither Young, nor Ryan light it up like Rodgers or Rivers. They're guys that win by being efficent and mistake free. One guys does it more from the pocket with a good deal of talent around him, the other does it with one of the best players in football. NEITHER does it/can do it without the running game behind them. Well at least they haven't provent they can.
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