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  1. Yikes. Grady and them better get something up the middle because right now it looks like ya boy Brees is gonna have some time to toss it around.
  2. That makes zero sense. It's handled the same way across the board in the NFL. The differences in how coaches handle players is minuscule. If anything, blame the low amount of practice time the players and coaches get. They're out there less and they're not playing as much in the pre-season. Not playing in the pre-season is fine, but you can at least offset that with a number of hours they're putting in practice. Hard to do that when you're that limited. How you think this is on anyone on the coaching staff is beyond me. It's happened a lot over the last few seasons.
  3. THANK you. I was waiting for someone to show this tweet. That's a stark contrast, and people need to realize Neal's impact. Is Kazee going to be a baller? No doubt. He's going to get some awesome experience and be a big part of the defense. But you don't replace what Neal brought to that run defense and intensity he brought on the field. Kazee isn't that type of player yet. This loss hurts.
  4. While you do have to take Philly's elite defense into consideration, I put a lot of this on Sark. You can't be as unbalanced as Atlanta was last night. Kudos to Philly for shutting down those stretch plays. They knew it was coming and was prepared. Even so, the lack of run game put a lot on Ryan. Freeman, while he was banged up at the end, had a good average. The running game wasn't being completely shut down. Sark needs to figure that out moving forward. Stretching to that edge is something that can be improved. The offensive line is good enough. What I can't forgive on Sark's end is the ending. Kurt Warner nailed it on Twitter. Philly was running the same zone defense every time. A simple seven across. It blows my mind that Sark and Ryan didn't attack that. Why didn't Atlanta overload the zone at a certain spot? You ran the same routes forcing the same passes. No creativity. And LOL at Ryan throwing the ball away on fourth-and-goal. He was lucky to get the illegal contact penalty. Even if you're going to just chuck it up to SOMEONE, why would you just throw it away in a do-or-die scenario? Unbelievable. Matt's arm also does not look as sharp as it has in the past. A lot of people are talking about it, and I tend to agree. He's never had a Stafford arm, but his passes don't look as sharp or crisp as they have in the past. I don't put the game on him, especially having to pass it 45 times against that defense, but there are times where I wish he would just tell Sark to eat crap and let him take control.
  5. At the end of that game, I turned to my buddy in the stands and told him we were going to win the Super Bowl. That game completely convinced me we were the best team in the NFL. I was close to being right. I'm never getting over it.
  6. So, we're just going to completely ignore how bad his first season was, as well as calling a terrible Super Bowl. Let's be honest, it's as much on him as anyone. LOL at him being some savior OC.
  7. I don't see anything....
  8. That or screaming at Harry Douglas, "OTHER WAY, OTHER WAY!!" when he called an audible his rookie year.
  9. Why? What's the story on why he left? Hard feelings? Details, POR FAVOR.
  10. Anybody seen Keith Brooking? Haven't read anything on him in a while. Is he hurt? We need him this year.
  11. Considering what Atlanta gave up, I hated the Julio pick in 2011. It's worked out. Atlanta took the best player available. He's an impact guy day one. LOL at anyone thinking he's not a top-two receiver in the draft. He had freaking Hurts throwing him the ball at Bama. Hurts. A safety playing QB. And he was still a stud. My only complaint is he is a bit older than what you'd like, but we'll get over it.
  12. Even the training room shows how much the team wants to be quick, fast, and work on speed and explosion with hand placements. Can't be blocked if they can't get their hands on you.
  13. What kind of deal is he looking for? Ball park? Unfortunately, we're in an age where you absolutely have to have a QB to win, and there just aren't many good QBs. He's one that can take Atlanta all the way, so he has all the leverage. Even if you went out and put some pressure on him by signing his replacement, you're still in the same position.
  14. Well, the years he has gotten it right, it was a terrible pick, so....