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  1. TD likes those blood line connections. Why not team him up with his big bro.
  2. Check out @ChaseGoodbread’s Tweet:
  3. http://www.sportingnews.com/amp/nfl/news/nfl-draft-scouting-miami-virginia-michigan-wisconsin-georgia-kentucky/4xp0xwwnzuyj1eitvn9ohesgb
  4. Check out @JReidDraftScout’s Tweet: Beast mode
  5. He cannot cover anybody.. good tackler yeah.
  6. I posted this August 16th about Poole.
  7. Poole is not good..he won DQ over when he said he wanted to check Julio. He is very slow and is always chasing behind the WR. The only thing he is good at is tackling. I also don't trust Collins. I would move on from both and draft a CB 2nd rd to play outside with Tru and move Alford to the slot. I really like Carlton Davis and Isaiah Oliver.
  8. He was limping a little towards the end. It may or may not be anything. That's just my guess. I could be wrong.
  9. I think Alford may miss some time and he knows the system. This has nothing to do with Collins.. I think this is about Alford. And BTW Alford balled out Sunday. Nobody is talking about that.
  10. Check out @vxmcclure23’s Tweet:
  11. On right now against TCU. 7:25 est. ESPN.
  12. That's exactly my knock on him. Can he get off the LOS in the league? Which is why I like Michael Gallup better. But Miller catches almost everything.
  13. FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Atlanta Falconscornerback Desmond Trufant still walks around with a confident strut and still believes he's among the elite players at his position. At the same time, the one-time Pro Bowler knows he's not playing at an elite level right now. "I haven't had the best couple games, but it is what it is," Trufant told ESPN. "All I can do is learn from it. I definitely know I can play a whole lot better. I just have to keep pushing. We have a long season, a lot of football left. I just have to keep preparing and keep battling." Critics took a fair number of shots at Trufant after he surrendered a 24-yard touchdown to receiver Robby Andersonin last week's win against the New York Jets. Anderson had 4.34 speed and made a great catch, but Trufant knows he could have been in better position. He took a step inside and got a little turned around. "Just technique," Trufant said. "I just have to get back to my technique. I just got impatient at the line of scrimmage trying to play something else instead of just playing the man. He got me. Chalk it up. I play corner. Sometimes, I'm going to get beat. "I never want it to happen. Obviously, I was upset. But I just move forward. There [are] a lot of plays out there for me to make -- for us to make. I'm focused on getting this next win." Trufant, a 2013 first-round draft who received a five-year, $68.75 million extension, won't use last season's season-ending pectoral tear as a crutch for his slow start. He overcame the mental hurdle lingering from the injury the moment he made his first tackle during a preseason matchup against Miami. Then Trufant appeared to be back to his normal self in Week 2, when he returned a fumble 15 yards for a score and intercepted Aaron Rodgers to set up another touchdown in the Falcons' 34-23 win against Green Bay. The performance earned Trufant the NFC's Defensive Player of the Week honor. Trufant followed the next week in Detroit by picking up two key defensive penalties in the final minute that nearly led to a game-winning score for the Lion. One was a defensive holding that wiped away a Robert Alford interception. The other was a defensive pass interference that gave the Lions the ball at the Falcons' 1-yard line. Fortunately for Trufant, teammate Brian Poole kept Detroit's Golden Tate out of the end zone on the final play. http://www.espn.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/30041/falcons-desmond-trufant-knows-he-needs-to-get-back-to-elite-level
  14. If we could get him 2nd rd I would. I would get rid of Poole and put Tru in the slot (yes Tru. Supposedly our#1 CB). Oliver and Alford on the outside we can really play press then.