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Slimm

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  1. Had me looking up some more tape on lindstrom. Couldn't find any more breakdowns on Youtube
  2. Glad the Falcons are all on one page... ready to go get it!
  3. Amen, Brother! I don't get it either. SMDH!
  4. I agree!. Have you seen that Beasely hasn't showed to Titans camp yet? He also hasn't made any announcement whether he intends to show up or opt out. The man just doesn't care. Glad he isn't here anymore. https://www.nfl.com/news/vic-beasley-mike-vrabel-titans-still-awaiting-arrival-to-camp
  5. I love Ridley's confidence! I feel the same exact way about him!
  6. He looks big and fast! I'd hate to get in his way if he came running at me after the catch.
  7. Can't wait to see Hurst in action. I'm feeling Kittle like production.
  8. https://www.nfl.com/news/ten-best-performing-nfl-o-lines-by-expected-rushing-yards Rank 4 Atlanta Falcons 2020 2019 stats: 4.44 xYPC, 1,394 ERY, -235 RYOE, -0.75 RYOE per attempt This is our most glaring case of ball-carriers failing to hold up their end of the bargain while working with what appeared to be an effective offensive line. We highlighted this in the intro of the top-10 running backs piece, but now it's really time to explain how badly Devonta Freeman hurt Atlanta's offense in 2019. Freeman was the worst in the entire league (among those with a minimum of 100 rushes) in RYOE per attempt, logging more than a full yard below expectation per carry (-1.18). His RYOE total for 2019 was -218, also worst in the NFL. While Atlanta indirectly acknowledged Freeman's ineffectiveness by cutting him with plenty of time left in his hefty contract, we now have statistical proof to support the case that it wasn't the offensive line's fault, as many fans love to initially blame. The line did well -- in fact, Atlanta was elite when it came to xYPC -- and that was without a key addition, 2019 first-round guard Chris Lindstrom, who only appeared in five games. There is bad news, though. Freeman's replacement for 2020, Todd Gurley, was also near the bottom of the league in the same categories. His -0.67 RYOE per rush and -150 RYOE on 223 carries helps explain the Rams' struggles last season. We'll see if he can turn it around in Atlanta.
  9. When JuJu won team mvp over AB that was kinda this. I'm sure Julio would handle it the complete opposite way Antonio Brown did. LOL
  10. I love how they simultaneously said "oooh okay!"
  11. @FalconsIn2012 It's comical to see how much stock they put into this years Draft Class. I'm assuming its just recency bias, but they act like they never heard of a draft bust. LMAO Thanks for posting tho it was an interesting read.
  12. The reason people take issue with it is because Lebron is only saying this because China was threatining to cut ties with the NBA which is billions of dollars in business. Lebron isn't concerned about human rights, just his wallet. China is a communist country and known human rights violator, and people who live in Hong Kong (which used to be a british territory) are not under rule of the Chinese government. They have their own judiciary system and legal system. China is trying to take away these peoples freedom. In fact, the Prime Minister of the UK (Boris Johnson) declared on June 3rd that he was offering refuge and a path to citizenship to 3 million Hong Kongers. Hong Kong people do not consider themselves apart of China. If you actually think that America has more issues than China, than you should try reading up on some world history bro
  13. I'm a fan too. He does good analysis and he keeps it entertaining. I love "STOOL SOFTNER"... Thanks for posting the videos
  14. Lebron James on Hong Kong Protests and Daryl Morey Tweet "I don’t want to get into a word or sentence feud with Daryl Morey, but I believe he wasn’t educated on the situation at hand, and he spoke, and so many people could have been harmed, not only financially, but physically. Emotionally. Spiritually. So just be careful what we tweet and what we say, and what we do. Even though yes, we do have freedom of speech, but there can be a lot of negative that comes with that too.”
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