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HouseofEuphoria

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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to PokerSteve in Well We Lost Another True Falcon This Week   
    A good man and a life well-lived. RIP 8 Ball. Prayers and well-wishes to all his family and friends.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to Pacific_Falcon in Well We Lost Another True Falcon This Week   
    Bummer dude. This year blows camel dong in general. Hope you're good.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to FalconFanSince1970 in Well We Lost Another True Falcon This Week   
    This time it was Leonard King, 8 Ball. True Falcon and great man.
    Many on TATF, or even on the current Falcon staff won't know who he is. Maybe some posters from the old Smith regime. Doubt it.
    Buddy used to cut our tapes back in the late 70s and early 80s when we were starting to roll. Back when you really had to cut tape.
    He was one of my pop's best friends. A couple decades ago I told my pop, daddy you're gonna out live most of us. He has.
    He lost the last of his besties this week. Live on pops. Make it to your 94th birthday next month. Hang in there and hope we get some rest. We're due. Maybe this year.
    8 Ball thanks for the good work sir! Send us some heavenly love and a little bit of good luck. We need it. I'll never forget you. Rest easy my friend. 🥇
    FFS1970
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to #55 in Was Colin Cowherd right about Matt?   
    There's a whole legion of flatearthers too
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to Sir Joe™ in Was Colin Cowherd right about Matt?   
    He may have a point, I mean if you take away the six Super Bowls and average his career out then Tom Brady is actually a total schmuck.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to Mescalito in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    Yup.  I'm cautiously optimistic.  Of course I am every year...
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    HouseofEuphoria got a reaction from Mescalito in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    The face of our defense.
    He's gonna look good wreaking havoc in our new uniforms.
    I hope our defense is as good as i'm thinking it's gonna be this year. *fingers crossed*
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to Mescalito in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    Some guys get paid and become complacent.  He obviously is not that type.  He always seems motivated af.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to FalconsIn2012 in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    Dude is a top 25 player in the NFL atm
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to capologist in Grady in the gym........oh my   
    Me if I even thought about that treadmill run:
     

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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to kschreck in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Agree with your point.
    All I can do is laugh when someone calls "reach" and cites Kiper as a quality source. 
    A team builds their draft board how they see fit and the only thing that matters is how the players perform in that team's system.
    All these people that claim they know something with the "should have traded back" or "waited until the next round" don't have any idea what was going on behind the scene any more than the rest of us do.
    Only thing they prove is how ignorant jumping to conclusions makes people look.
    This year's draft may suck, may be great or somewhere in between. The reality is that will be decided on the field and only time will tell.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to PokerSteve in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Agree. If Morris is sold on Terrell, I know he's got the tools and the psychological make-up to be a great player in the NFL. I can't wait to watch him grow into the big-game player we need at CB.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to FalconsIn2012 in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    He tries to be physical.  He isn’t big enough to effectively press guys like Evans.  I’m not saying he can’t play press man effectively, it just won’t be his best technique until a little weight/strength is added.  His strength is his speed and athleticism and that is best used in catch technique.  His best reps in college were in catch technique
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to falcons007 in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    He is a physical corner who played man most Of his career. Why would convert him in to a Cover corner. Playing man to man doesn’t depend on the weight alone, hand placement, leverage at the point of contact all play big role.
    He is Lattimore lite, once he figures out how to ply with contact and not get called. I would put AJ on number 2 WR man to man and then Sheffield with safety help on Number 1.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to Xfactor in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Let’s see what Morris can do with this kid
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to FalconsIn2012 in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Unless he gets some fluke injury, AJ will be a solid CB for us for many years.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to dirtybirds233 in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    Got to see Burrow live in their season opener. We (Georgia Southern) usually play P5's very well and keep them nervous into the 4th quarter. But that game...was over by the 1st quarter. I've never seen a QB throw with such precision and calmness as Burrow did. I wasn't even upset, I was in awe and half chuckling watching him throw. He's going to have a great NFL career. 
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to g-dawg in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    I never thought the LSU game was bad for Terrell.   He was close enough in both of those TDs.     Sometimes you have good coverage yet still give up a TD - most fair-weather fans or casual fans don't know this.  There is no defense for a perfect pass - a perfect pass gets it done almost every time.
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    HouseofEuphoria reacted to Goober Pyle in Why the LSU game endeared A.J. Terrell to Raheem Morris the most   
    https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/why-the-lsu-game-endeared-a-j-terrell-to-raheem-morris-the-most
     
    One game shouldn't overshadow an entire career, but A.J. Terrell's performance against Ja'Marr Chase in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game had a massive impact on the public's perception of him.
    It also had a pretty big impact on Falcons defensive coordinator Raheem Morris, who knows a thing or two about coaching cornerbacks at the highest level. But while public opinion soured on Terrell because of his play against LSU, Morris came away with an entirely different reaction.
    "The things that people didn't like about him was his LSU game that he got beat on a couple of times, but that was what made me like him probably the most," Morris told AtlantaFalcons.com. "In that game, I saw a guy go out there and challenge a guy. Get beat, not be afraid, make a play. Get beat, not be afraid, make a play."
    It's true that Terrell did get beaten by Chase, who finished his sophomore season with 84 catches for an NCAA-best 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns, in the title game, but practically everyone did in 2019. A mere glance at Chase's stat line from that game – nine catches, 221 yards, two touchdowns – might leave Falcons fans anxious, but there are two important things missing from those raw numbers.
    The first, Clemson had so much faith in their top corner that they tasked Terrell with shadowing Chase around the field and often asked him to cover him one-on-one. Seeing how Terrell didn't back down from that challenge and seemed to relish it gave Morris even more belief in the player he can become.
    "That's kind of our game, that's kind of the life we live, especially when you live at corner," Morris said. "People call it an island, but when you have the ability to go out there and play in a big-time game and be competitive that way and not be afraid to lose sometimes, which is going to happen, to be able to come back that next play to really make a play, those are the kind of guys that I love."
    The second aspect of Terrell's performance against LSU that's important to consider is that he played much better than the stat line reflects. Terrell was in position to make a handful of plays against the nation's leading receiver, who also benefitted from having Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow throwing him the football. On a couple of occasions, Terrell was in the right place at the right time only to have a Burrow dime make the difference.
    When you're playing in the title game, that's how life is sometimes.
    However, that performance doesn't change what the Falcons like about their newest first-round corner, namely: his speed, length and competitive attitude. It's not as though Terrell hasn't proven he can play against top competition, either. If he had ended his college career after returning an interception for a touchdown against Alabama in the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Terrell would have been riding high heading into draft season.
    Instead, he enters the NFL coming off that LSU performance, but it might work out in the Falcons' favor. Terrell now has a chip on his shoulder that will motivate him to prove he's more than one game.
    "You know, I always carry a chip on my shoulder, but that one game definitely gave me a chip on my shoulder," Terrell said after the draft. "… For me, that game was definitely a learning experience of just never being satisfied. I'm just ready to get back to work, get back in the lab."
    That's the kind of mindset Morris can't wait to work with.
     
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