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  1. Well, if you don't want the wrong information out here give us the right information. Maybe it could prevent someone else from making the same mistake
  2. I see, according to the COC this is not allowed. Off-topic material that impedes or otherwise prohibits communication; disrupts the discussion including, without limitation, using fan names in topical boards that are offensive to the topic, the team, the sport and/or its fans, and repeatedly posting off-topic messages in a topical message board. but routinely happens.
  3. So how does one violat the COC without snapping,going off,or calling people names?
  4. He never called anyone a name(until he snapped) he simply called it like he saw it. Sometimes I agreed, sometimes I didn't, but he was interesting and entertaining.
  5. My choice isn't an option. Start Ryan game one. Start him until he starts to make bad decisions. If/when he starts to makes bad decisions bench him for Schuab.
  6. He was routinely ridiculed and called names. I often wonder why people were allowed to get away with such behavior. He finally snapped.
  7. its probably so that the offense can build confidence going into week one.
  8. http://www.thefalcoholic.com/2016/8/26/12662564/time-to-panic-matt-ryan-playing-in-week-four-of-preseason Time to panic: Matt Ryan playing in week four of preseason By Matthew Chambers  @FalconsM5 on Aug 26, 2016, 3:41p 16 Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports Dan Quinn must be worried.  TWEET SHARE The Atlanta Falcons fell apart in a historic fashion last season thanks in large part to a bad offense. They spent heavily on offense during the offseason. T
  9. I watched him in the last two preseason game. His right arm barely moves. I'm not sure what has happened since he came here from Tampa but he's limited now.
  10. Well, his arm swings naturally while walking but when he plays he barely uses his right arm. Even when he tackles, he only wraps with his left. When he pass rushes, he only uses his left arm. He barely used his right, so from my observations it is true.
  11. It's not true that he was born with Erbs palsy? It's not true he's made it to the NFL? Which part isn't true?
  12. It is truly amazing how Clayborn has very little movement in his right arm, but is able to play in the NFL. He literally is playing on the defensive line with ONE ARM. I can't imagine how good he'd be if he wasn't born with Erbs Palsy in his right arm.
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