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BlazerSlayer

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  1. I knew someone would make that analogy Leaving your NFL team and supporting another is not like a GF, it's like leaving her and dating her sister.
  2. Why would anyone change their team? If I reached a point of enough with Falcons, I would just drift away from NFL, not find someone else.
  3. I can't remember (probably a combination of factors) but I'm sure someone will be along in a minute to say it was all Matt Ryan's fault.
  4. Some of this ties in to recognizing value as well. For example, don't overpay or overdraft a running back, don't feel you can't afford to let a player walk away, either. That's where Belichick is so good, as soon as the cost gets too high, he walks away. TD drafted well, but he wasn't great at seeing value.
  5. Someone who has consistently had good defenses wherever they have been, not someone who is flavor of the month because they have a defense filled with great players.
  6. The only criticism I have of AB is he sometimes 'falls in love' with players. Like saying he wanted Julio to be a Falcon for life, his bowing down to Vick early on, he's certainly not as interfering as Jerry Jones etc, but he needs to accept the hard decisions sometimes. If a player costs too much, let them go.
  7. Much as I like Neal, he needs to be considered as injury prone, so should have a contract to match that. For those that say trade Julio and/or Ryan, then that means a massive cap hit and a season (or more) to bottom out. If that's your plan, ok but it wouldn't be mine. I feel better coaching puts this team in the playoffs and while there are cap issues to navigate, it won't be as doom laden as some are saying. There are teams way worse than us in cap but it works out with careful planning.
  8. Ranks us as the worst job opening. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/01/07/ranking-the-available-coaching-jobs/
  9. Exactly. If a team is set on promoting a coordinator, then pick one who has had success continually with different teams in different systems.
  10. I've been grateful for MR his whole time here because he has proven himself continually. The worst thing is to have no franchise QB because you'll never have a shot at a SB, unless you manage to build an all time unit on other parts of your team. Getting a franchise QB is the hardest part. We have one, and it's a shame he wasn't given enough of a defense at any point. But there's some with an agenda on these boards.
  11. I was gonna post this but instead I'll just quote you. Harbaugh annoys people after a while so a team only has that window which fits with Atlanta if AB wants Ryan to stay around. If we go all in, then Harbaugh now and a total rebuild in 2023.
  12. He recruits well, so I'm wary of college coaches having success in the NFL since that doesn't translate.
  13. How many wins would it take to change your mind?
  14. It would have made some sense if they were trying to run out the clock but then used their own TO to stop it. Crazy.
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