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  1. We forgetting about Mud Duck and the good years of Schrader?
  2. Brown's aren't with a rookie qb and Mayfield wasn't all that good to start his career. Not to mention their other draft day blunders at qb. After flaccos super bowl (that had his defence carry him in to) he hasn't been good once. That isn't speculation, that's pointing to their careers. However, I do know what you're saying. My post is directed to those many fans here who are quick to say trade Ryan and then draft an unproven rookie with hopes of them completely turning the team around. No QB is going to hide our lack of defensive ability to get after a qb or get off the field. Nor will
  3. I would hope so. The consensus seems to be "trade Matt Ryan and get a qb" but that isn't going to work out. I just don't see any qb coming out turning in to Murray, Watson, Russ, or even Matt Ryan for a rookie year. I agree we need a new qb, but for the future not for 2021 or even 2022. Statistically he's still playing good football. He's had bad games, like all qbs have the tendency to do but it's not like we have Flacco, Eli, Cam, Winston, or any other qb who lost the ability to play well.
  4. Ahaha what is the fascination with the top 5 pick? Are y'all really thinking a rookie qb is going to come here and turn this team in to playoff contenders? What are the real expectations for the team for those who think a rookie qb is the best option in the draft? Are you prepared for prolonged losing or mediocre seasons? Because none of these qbs coming out will give us any more wins than Ryan under centre
  5. If those 2 players fit their want.... Did he do his job given what was asked? He also would have been around to evaluate and draft those other gems on the team so there's two side of the coin
  6. I think that's an unfair opinion. The guy scouted players based on Quinn, smith's and TDs player profiles. It's not like it was his and only his decision on who to scout and what we were looking for in a player. His idea of what a "Falcon" is could and hopefully is different than what past regimes had him scouting for.
  7. According to a different topic on the message board, part of the blame falls on Matt for saying he is okay with the hire...... Cuz you know, the starting qb is going to publicly say he hated the hire and would have preferred a different guy when asked about the hiring 🙄
  8. A man who does not make organizational demands or decisions. Had he of said no and they hired him, how much better would that had turned out? It's not as if there were much option. Quinn literally said that's who he and the organization wanted, after the hire and leading up to the hire. But I'm sure like everything else wrong gg with this team, it's Matt's fault lol
  9. Giving an approval doesn't mean he wanted the hire.... While he definitely could have said no, he didn't request or ask for Dork
  10. Doesn't matter who you sign or draft to run the ball.... If there isn't a hole to hit, it's not going to be hit hard and aggressive. We've had high caliber running backs, pro bowl players, all pro voted players but there isn't anywhere to run. Power backs like Henry will be left moving lateral behind the line with this o line scheme.
  11. His only real problem right now is not firing Dork Koetter. The Team has played well with how poorly they're being coached offensively. Defense has been much better overall. If he rids the team of Koetter I support the hire.
  12. For getting the W.... He don't seem to happy
  13. Had the refs actually stuck with the flag thrown on the field when lions rb was not set with 4 seconds to go and they snapped the ball, they would have enforced the 10 second run off rule and we pick up our 2nd win. Instead they provide zero explanation for not calling the penalty and review the previous play before the snap and spike and allows the lions to run their next play. Pretty much ignoring the snap and spike which was flagged..... As much as we want to blame coaching, Gurley or other lack of player execution, the officiating played the biggest role in this loss. The bad p
  14. Y'all..... The game should have ended in a 10 second run off. Detroit snapped the ball with 3 seconds on the clock with their rb on his hands and knees, no Where's near a position on the field that could be considered being set.... They threw the flag and instead did a booth review of the catch of the prior play. Since they had zero time outs, that flag should have caused a 10 second run off giving us the win... The officiating crew gave them that chance to score... With that said, I put more blame on dork Koetters inconsistent play calling and the lack of a closing defence.
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