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  1. In some of the Scouting reports I read he was the #11 CB and a 3rd round grade. Definitely, mentioned he was grabby and tend to get penalties. Feel, we have a string of those CB's around here. We'll see but thought there were better players to be taken.
  2. Scott Case would be mine. However I know a majority of his hits would be flagged today but he could intimidate like no other.
  3. I would be interested. Currently in a 12 team pretty standard dynasty league that has been running 25 years (been in it for 20) running on CBS Sportsline. That's my only league currently. Let me know if you need any other info. Thanks!
  4. Nice Mock MSalmon! My thought is I like Cam better than Dobbins for 2 (well 3) reasons. 1) Dobbins body has taken a beaten with the number of carries he had in college. 700+ in 3 years, Cam had about 100 less (which is fairly significant)) 2) Cam has slightly better hands (which is a must in this offense) and if Akers could run behind the Seminoles OL, then you know he has vision, instinct, and toughness.
  5. Definitely agree if the game was closer, it would have been a tossup between Matthews and Oliver. The times that Oliver was in "coverage" he was badly out of place and a middling QB like Kirk Cousins picked him apart. Cousins only had 10 attempts (completing 8) and he got Oliver on several on them. Oliver is going to take his lumps this season as we don't really have anyone better on that side.
  6. Happy Belated Birthday MSalmon! May there many more!
  7. I have to believe that Tyler Renew showed better than Coleman. He has pretty awful against the Bears.
  8. Tim - Glad to hear that you made it ok. Alright here in Orlando, took some damage to trees and fence got torn to shreds but other than a couple of days without electricity not too bad. Feel lucky. That storm was loud as all get out. House survived so must be built ok. Thanks for everyone who offered up a place!
  9. Awesome thing to do Mash! Going to ride it out here in Orlando but wanted to say I appreciate the offering up a place to stay for your fellow Falcon fans! Go Falcons and everyone be as safe as you can if you are potentially in the path of Irma.
  10. This kid looks promising and like the way he plays and hustles. Almost a spitting image of Ish with more bulk and definitely one to watch in the early battles with Ish. Think Ish will beat him out this season due to experience in our defense and just all around intangibles but who knows with a season of DQ coaching. The head scratcher for me it is the difference between the 4.4 he was once timed at and a 4.62 at pro day. Pretty big drop off. However, the 20 yrd shuttle and 3 cone drill is where Ish sets himself apart from Moore and why Ish has the leg up in the agility department. Neither o
  11. You bring up Norwood.. man he was great to watch when he got in the open field. He was actually slightly faster than Coleman..4.32 vs. 4.39.. not by much. Norwood was just made of glass though but those runs that he had was a thing of beauty. Didn't realized he actually played as recent as 2013 in the CFL. That's crazy! Brings back fond memories. Tevin has played great and some of the catches he made coming out of the backfield was awesome this past weekend. Such a weapon!
  12. Well well.. Looks like MSalmon has come around with the usefulness of one said Ishmael albeit not at safety. Glad to see you have come around! Couldn't resist M. I have always felt that Ishmael had the intangibles and big play ability and actually has been one of our better tacklers on D. Now we know he does struggle on his pass defense but good to see him given a shot to play in space with help behind him. My fear is that he's not the biggest guy and he does go full bore so his next tackle could be his last. Dude has heart and he does make our team better (even if it is to give our guy
  13. Let me start off by saying that this posting is not about how Ishmael should be the starter. He is a good backup and fill-in starter. That's the extent of his role. This is mostly about his play in yesterday's Jags game, most noticeably the interception at the goal line. He's always had pretty good instincts "in the box", within that 5 - 20 yard range and is around the ball frequently (except when it's going over his head deep! He truly jumped on that route and showed great instincts but I think mostly it was his familiarity to Bortles's tendacies. After all he did play against Bortles at
  14. Missed this game by a week. Was in Nashville last weekend for a wedding and went to see the Titans get blown out by the Dolphins. What an ugly game and talk about disgruntled fans.. Titans were a wreck last week! Hopefully it continues and the Falcons thrash them. As far as traffic and parking. Traffic is a mess.. get there early! Got there around 10:15 for a 12:00 start. Ended up parking at a Hilton in the parking garage right across the street from the pedestrian bridge (which is long and a little steep!). Close parking, easy in and out but $25 (which was cheap compared to what I was
  15. Msalmon is right. Ish is truly a backup and great ST guy. Last year, he surprised people when he was pushed into FT playing time but this year to me (and maybe because he's not getting as much playing time and getting in the flow of the game) he looks a tad bit slower getting to the ball carrier. Ish is as tough as the next guy but he has a role and it's as a backup. I got to admit it is fun seeing C4 Moore delivering big hits this year! As far as Therezie, he's done well when pushed into action. Do I think we still need a good FS, yeah don't think we have the longterm solution on our team
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