Crazy Trav

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  1. As a Falcons fan who lives in Charlotte, NC, I would have to say they really hate the Saints. Obviously they don’t like the Falcons either but between all three of the teams since like 03 or 05 we have the same records against each other. Very competitive games altogether, but the decision ultimately boils down to NO having won a SB. Of course this is speculative of my own views so no need to bash.
  2. The home opener vs Carolina. Will be going to my first Falcons home game.
  3. Falcons DE Takk McKinley (shoulder) has avoided the active/PUP list to begin training camp. The No. 26 overall pick of last year's draft was held out of the entire offseason program. McKinley was dealing with a shoulder issue coming into the league but did not miss a game as a rookie. He notched six sacks on 401 snaps and is going to be counted on for more opposite Vic Beasley as a sophomore. Source: Vaughn McClure on Twitter
  4. No clue as to why they don’t have Beasley on there.
  5. As much as people want one of the top tight ends, I firmly believe we will be drafting Ian Thomas in a later round. I do like Goedert as well, but Thomas was the only TE we had in for a private workout.
  6. 1. Rashaan Evans LB 2. Vyncint Smith WR 3. Braden Smith OG 4. Javon Wims WR 5. P.J. Hall DT 6. Nick Bawden FB 7. Jullian Taylor DT 8. Da’Ron Payne DT 9. Taven Bryan DT 10. Nathan Shepherd DT 11. Ian Thomas TE 12. Isaiah Oliver CB 13. Frank Ragnow OG 14. Afolabi Laguda S 15. Keke Coutee WR 16. Jaire Alexander CB 17. Grant Haley CB 18. Korey Cunningham OT 19. Tanner Lee QB 20. Nick Chubb RB 1. DT OG DT WR TE CB 2. Taven Bryan, Ian Thomas, P.J. Hall 3. Braden Smith 4. One up One down So excited for the draft!
  7. Free agent OLB Pernell McPhee is visiting the Falcons on Wednesday. McPhee has an offer in hand from the Redskins, according to Yahoo Sports' Jordan Schultz, but it must not be enough to keep McPhee from making other visits. In Atlanta, McPhee could replace Adrian Clayborn, who left as a free agent and signed with the Patriots. McPhee turns 30 later this year.
  8. Fumagalli is my favorite. Can see him being a great fit for our team.
  9. I’m one of the guys who believes in whatever Quinn wants to do. I mean let’s be real, it was Sarks first year as a OC in the NFL. There were moments when I really liked some of his plays and had head scratchers for others. I’m not saying that I would rather have him over other OC’s, I just feel that he deserves to improve on his mistakes. Shanny wasn’t so efficient his first year either. The Eagles defense is no joke, even beat our offense last year with Shanny. I’m confident Sark will greatly improve the offense just like Shanny did his year 2.
  10. This is seriously getting ridiculous. It’s right in front of them and they refuse to call it. He’s getting tackled before the ball gets there it’s aggravating.
  11. Sark is a dam good coach. Served under Carroll and Chow, went to be QB coach with raiders (ranked 8th in passing yards but Defense sucked). He then called all the plays for success with Carroll, brought a Washington team that sucked forever a Bowl win (Jake Locker), stayed for a few years with hardly any talent, then goes to back to USC and makes a mistake with drinking (which after he was told to go on leave he immediately went to rehab to fix his life). He turned his life around and deserves a second chance like I have been given with freakin alcohol. Saban took advantage of Sarks turned leaf and hired him to work with his new QB. Saban trusted him to call most of the plays next year which i think should say somethong too. Sark has been calling plays close to every year he's been a coach. I'm actually one of the few that is happy with this. He is a players coach as well so Matt and him should get along great with creating plays. All the rest of the coaches stay (besides the couple leaving) so its not like it's brand spanking new coaching per se. Glad we didn't get Kelly and y'all will be happy with him just watch.
  12. It is the same type of offense to be honest. He likes to implement a system that uses the whole field like Shanny did.
  13. I actually like Sarkisian he's definitely a players coach. Okay so the dude got out of hand drinking once and has changed, we all screw up on occasion.
  14. It is most likely because of his familiarity with this offense and his attitude in coaching.