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O Falcão Risohno

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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to MattM12 in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Skiing is my thing. Finishing my instructor exams on the glaciers (Austria) this summer.
    I also spend too much time playing (losing in the gulag) Call Of Duty Warzone with my friends since we all got locked down!
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to abcranford2 in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    I front two bands, play chess every day, try to golf once a week. 
     
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to Godzilla1985 in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    I love Corvettes.  I’m in the middle of a restoration on my 72 Stingray now.  Also I’m really into martial arts. Been doing that for 31 years now.
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to Precyse in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    I'm really good at drawing and graphic design but I don't stay motivated with it like I do watching YouTube and accomplishing my weight gain journey. 
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to NCFalconfan in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    My hobbies is collecting vinyl records, my yard, working out and old Monte Carlo's. I restored and maintain an 85 SS and a 72. Fun cars!


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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to *TMo* in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Bangin' some skins

     
     
    Drivin' my toy, 1964 AC Cobra 

     
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to wnyfalconfan in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Scuba diving. I got certified 14 years ago. I became an instructor 3 years ago and now I get to teach what became my passion 
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to JDaveG in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Music for me too. I play guitar in 2 different bands. Looking forward to gigging again. Our next one is July 30. First one since COVID ruined my fun.  
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to likeriver in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    My hobbies alternate a lot, but for the last year my biggest thing would probably be cooking and learning Mandarin (if that counts as a hobby).
    I'd like to get back into surfing, but scoliosis kills my motivation most days. getting old blows 
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to thanat0s in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    I paint, play guitar and banjo, a little Xbox here and there, and dote on my godson. 
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to Rings in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Making stuff, primarily wood working but learning a lot of other things as of late.  It’s why I made a YouTube channel out of it, but I pace myself as I want to continue loving the hobby and not resent it or look at it like it’s work.
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to tlp3 in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Anything outdoors related... hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, etc.
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to DonOfThemBirds in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    I'm sure everyone here has something that they like to do to away from watching or talking about the Falcons, football, or sports in general.
     
    Oddly enough I like to type. Just stories that may be based on my experiences in life or just made up off the top of my head. It's relaxing to me for some reason. Weird because I hated writing stories, speeches, and essays in school many many years back.
     
    What's yours?
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to thanat0s in Calvin ridley interrogative   
    Teams win without Jones all the time in this league, and with far less at WR1 than Rid many times.
     
    This is a team sport. If one 32 year old, oft banged up WR who can’t score TDs breaks this team, then we have much bigger worries than that. 
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    O Falcão Risohno got a reaction from thanat0s in What is your favorite hobby away from being a Falcons fan? (Not another Julio thread)   
    Surfing, gym, piano, camping, travel
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to g-dawg in Rich Eisen and Ian Rapoport   
    Julio simply saw the end of his career and he made the calculation that the Falcons won't contend for SuperBowls over the 2021 and 2022 season - he wants to go to a team he believes has a chance to get there - plus sometimes change is fun and reinvigorates an older player.
    I don't blame Julio for not wanting to start over w/ a new regime at his age and career trajectory - however he kind of screwed over the Falcons - well the AB and TD screwed over the Falcons when they caved to Julio and his agent's wishes two years ago when they re-did his contract.
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to FalconFanSince1969 in JJ says "I'm outta there" Day 2   
    Since julio strong armed us for a contract extension in 2019 when he was already being paid like a top 5 guy the falcons have gone 11-21. Julio has scored 9 tds in that span. Julio, you say you want to win? Maybe you should have looked in the mirror in 2019. 
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to stizz in JJ says "I'm am Outta there" on Undisputed!   
    this franchise has seen players wear the pants too much the past few years. Freeman, Takk and Beasley all did whatever they wanted over the franchise. Don't want to see another soft regime. They hold the cards.
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to Herr Doktor in NBC Sports Edge ranks Falcons UDFA class as #1 in the league-The Falcoholic   
    Assessing talent and understanding their skills in relation to their value.  Well done Falcons.
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to V-Town Falcon in NBC Sports Edge ranks Falcons UDFA class as #1 in the league-The Falcoholic   
    NBC Sports Edge ranks Falcons UDFA class as #1 in the league
    Atlanta badly needs an infusion of young talent, and hopefully this undrafted free agent class will provide it.
    By Dave Choate  May 12, 2021, 10:00am EDT   8 Comments Share this story
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      Atlanta will be bringing 20 undrafted free agents to camp this year, and given that much of the roster is in flux and the Falcons couldn’t rub two nickels together and start a fire in a kiln, they’ll likely end up with several of those players making the roster and practice squad. The good news for Atlanta is that they also seem to have chosen their talent wisely.
    That’s at least the good word from Thor Nystrom, a college football and NFL Draft analyst with SportsEdge, which you may known better as the former RotoWorld. Nystrom actually ranks Atlanta’s UDFA haul as the best in the entire NFL for 2021,
    The biggest names in this haul were Javian Hawkins (a 5th rounder per Nystrom’s rankings), as well as Erroll Thompson and Feleipe Franks (7th rounders), though he had 13 ranked prospects out of the list of 20. But it’s the fact that this is a class filled with interesting talent, as Nystrom says, that makes it intriguing.
    It’s worth remembering for Hawkins in particular that teams have been finding plenty of success recently with undrafted backs, with James Robinson, Phillip Lindsay, and Austin Ekeler meriting mention from Nystrom over the past few years. This team has generally found a spot on the roster for at least 1-2 undrafted players, with former UDFAs like Jacob Tuioti-Mariner, Matt Gono and Olamide Zaccheaus potentially set for real roles 2021. Players like Thompson, Franks (especially Franks), intriguing guard Bryce Hargrove safety Marcus Murphy likely won’t be impact players right away, but they’re landing with a team that has immediate depth concerns almost everywhere and a long-term need for talent they can develop. It would not be at all surprising if this group wound up yielding 3-5 legitimate contributors, with Hawkins seemingly having the best chance to get something approaching starter’s snaps in the near future if he can live up to his potential.
    Nystrom will be joining Falcoholic Live tonight to talk about the Falcons draft haul and his undrafted free agent rankings, so tune in for that if you’re interested in learning more or have questions about his rankings.
    https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2021/5/12/22430328/nbc-sports-edge-ranks-falcons-udfa-class-as-1-in-the-league 
     
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    O Falcão Risohno reacted to The Real Tony G. in Falcons RB coach Desmond Kitchings & Ollison RB coach at Pitt are good friends   
    The comment about RB being wide open since they didn't draft anybody makes me wonder if that was intentional. You currently have:
     
    a fresh legged 28 year old trying to prove he's a lead back
    a fresh legged 30 year old trying to prove he's a RB period
    an unproven 3rd year back trying to prove he belongs in this league under a new regime
    and 2 UDFAs
    That type of energy amongst that position group should pull another level of greatness out of at least one of those guys
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    O Falcão Risohno got a reaction from egoprime II in UDFA Q&A: Get to know Falcons RB Caleb Huntley - The Falcoholic   
    Depends on how well he catches, sure would be sweet though.
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