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  1. Probably not a call that many people remember, but in 2008 the Falcons traveled to Philly to play the Eagles. Ahead by only 1 possession late in the 4th qtr, the Eagles had to punt to the Falcons, who were about to get a shot to win the game. Punt goes off and it's relatively short. Harry Douglas comes running towards the ball, but doesn't make it in time before the ball hits the ground. He does a very clear side step and lets the ball continue to roll, but the officials ruled that he touched it, and the Eagles recovered the ball and ran it into the end zone. Replay shows this was no where near close. I don't have the time at work to look up the video, but if anyone wants to find it, we can all relive those memories one more time.
  2. If this turns into something that doesn't pan out, I'm going to be convinced that there is someone in the Falcons building that trolls D-led with false info just to watch him trip over himself. My guess is Pioli.
  3. I'm not sure why I haven't seen this comment yet, but there's a reason a offensive coordinator can call a game as a head coach, but you never see a defensive coordinator do the same. I can't think of a single team today where the head coach calls the defense Did you guys see Sark have to explain to Quinn how he should call the timeouts at the end of the game yesterday? High school coaches know how a clock works, and yet Quinn's solution is to go in the opposite direction. The only way this works out is if we bring in Kubiak, who has the experience as a head coach. If it's some scrub like McCarthy or Bevell, I expect Quinn and TD gone by the end of 2019.
  4. The one thing I love about Sark right now is how humble is has been. Still deflecting credit very similar to Matt Ryan, and taking the blame when things don't go right. That's definitely an underrated component here especially since the two of them will hopefully be working together until Matt retires in the year 2030. Kyle was good, but he is an arrogant dude. That kinda stuff is important.
  5. Has anyone seen R the Great on these boards the past few weeks? Proofs in the pudding, Sark is the real deal.
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  8. F bomb Who...WHO? Hoop! Are you f'ing kidding me.
  9. So theoretically, could we sign Coleman in this scenario?
  10. I get football is a violent sport, but this dude's body is literally falling apart. I highly doubt he would retire, but if he did, does anyone know how that would effect our cap?
  11. It's "their" btw. Let us at least be an educated fan base.
  12. Mods, please close.
  13. I know this question wasn't directed towards me, but if I had to give a reason I'd say the anthem stuff. No need to turn this into a debate, but for the moment the NFL is past it, and we have a very conservative group of people in the state of Georgia, so I don't think Arthur would let it fly. I'm all for it personally, but it would have to be an organizational decision.
  14. I made a post either here or on reddit. But Ryan made a bit of a mention regarding the blocking after the eagles game, and he never has anything negative to say about his own team. People always forget about the linemen, but it's evident, we go as they go.
  15. I have no evidence to back this up, but I'd be willing to gamble that Jalen Collins was tested right after the NFC championship game in 2016 leading up to his extremely poor performance in the SB. The guy was garbage, then amazing, then garbage again right after his peak performance.