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  1. Draft game TE Kyle Pitts QB Kellen Mond RB Javonte Williams RB Khalil Herbert DE/OLB Quincy Roche CB Kelvin Joseph OG/C Michael Menet S Richie Grant S Andre Cisco DE/OLB DeAngelo Malone OT/OG Walker Little RB Elijah Mitchell DE/OLB Gregory Rousseau CB Patrick Surtain QB Justin Fields QB Trey Lance DE/OLB Ronnie Perkins DE/OLB Jordan Smith LB Cam Mcgrone CB Ambry Thomas WR Marquez Stevenson S Tyree Gillespie CB Tyson Campbell OT/OG Kayode Awosika
  2. Draft game DT Javon Kinlaw S/LB Tanner Muse LB Patrick Queen S Grant Delpit CB Amik Robertson RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB Cam Akers CB Trevon Diggs DT Neville Gallimore DE/OLB Darrell Taylor DE Yetur Gross Matos C Nick Harris LB Logan Wilson OG Robert Hunt OG Jonah Jackson DE/OLB Curtis Weaver OT/OG Jon Runyan CB Jeff Okudah CB John Reid CB CJ Henderson CB, DT, OG, RB, S, DE CB, OG CB
  3. Really solid against the run but doesn't get any opportunities to rush the passer. I think he is athletic enough but the staff is set on this 'rotation'
  4. The conservative nature of Mike Smith...That's why.
  5. What you are forgetting as that our defense actually showed up in a big way against the elite QBs like Drew Brees, Eli Manning, Peyton Manning..etc. We just had trouble with the mobile QBs.
  6. One game, I think it would be extremely difficult to argue the fact that our coaching staff is committed to playing a very conservative style of football.
  7. First off, I am very happy that we have began to find some success in this league, but it is becoming painfully obvious that the formula that this coaching staff has instilled simply will not get the job done against quality opponents. Our entire philosophy is built around being conservative, taking very few chances, and limiting mistakes. From the outset, it is a very solid philosophy that can win many football games. The evidence of this is in our record from these past few seasons. We have absolutely no problem handling teams that we are supposed to beat, but often times get manhandled ag
  8. I don't think it is a guarantee that we find a quality LT in the 2nd round. We can find a quality TE, CB, S, or RB. My gut tells me that we will go best available TE in the 2nd round. I still think we can grab an elite type of talent there.
  9. I think we are gradually moving towards a Matt Ryan lead offense. I don't think we are going to line up and give the ball to Turner (or any other RB) 300+ times anymore. You just don't make a huge move for Julio Jones if your plan is to keep the offense the same. We won't completely abandon the run, but we definitely won't be running the same type of offense that we have run in the past imo.
  10. Like everyone else, Sam started out slow. He really picked it up as the game went on though and looked very solid.
  11. Matt Ryan should be first on this list. I understand it is only preseason, but I am not a believer in the myth that a power switch can just be turned on once the regular season starts. He has to learn to stop playing so cautious and take a few risks. This is the time to be practicing taking shots down the field and working on adding that "explosive" element to our offense. It is no logical reason for him to check the ball down or throw it away that many times.
  12. Of course. He hasn't had his big payday yet. This is his chance and I really don't blame him if he is looking to cash in. We just need to step up and do our best to keep him. If he gets out of our pay range, then we just have to let him go.
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