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Tim Mazetti

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  1. I don't understand this post. From the info I read prior to the draft, and the limited video, I thought he would be best (I am not even close to projecting college boys' transition into the big league.), even though others were "rated" ahead of him. 

     

    I don't remember a sh!@ storm. I thought everyone was blissful.

  2. 10 hours ago, Slumerican said:

    @DOrlandoAJC: #Falcons RT Kaleb McGary has a big knee brace on his left leg.

     

    Guess the info i got about Mcgary was correct..interesting 

    OH, SH!@ was he trying to be a Kevin McHale in a pic-up game? I just hope his heart condition isn't connected to the leg bone.

  3. On 8/12/2021 at 12:30 PM, PointSwayzee said:

    Dude will be working the Publix deli counter by Sept 1.

    Dammit. That is hard work. I am a Publix Deli guy. Hard work for a 70 year old. Chris, being a young man, will search out an easier path, for it is likely that he has worked hard at FB and has not received the proper guidance to find a career out of FB.

     

  4. On 8/8/2021 at 11:33 AM, Goober Pyle said:

    Jalen Mayfield has been taking the majority of the first-team reps at right tackle in the absence of Kaleb McGary and Matt Gono. But in recent days Willie Beavers has surpassed him, getting the nod at right tackle with the first team Saturday.

    Made my ears stiff up!!! I do not like this paragraph.

    McGary is the one. Dammit what happened? Did the Falcons' draft a RT who can't play because of a mystery? This team needs an offensive line that can play together and help each other when needed. This is a letdown...Not depression yet. Just ....NO!

  5. A surprise name in training camp thus far has been a former seventh-round pick of the Giants — Chris Williamson. The second-year corner spent most of last season on the New York practice squad before joining the Falcons, but that hasn’t stopped him from turning heads in Flowery Branch.

    Williamson intercepted A.J. McCarron on a throwback screen that was thrown too high, and it would’ve been a pick-six. A few plays later, he closed in on Ryan Becker after he caught a pass in the flats, punched the ball out, and recovered his own forced fumble. Arthur Smith said unprompted during his Sunday press conference of Williamson that he “keeps showing up.”

    With your head coach repeatedly praising your performance in practice, Williamson has to feel optimistic about making the 53-man roster. He has good size at 6-foot and 205-pounds, but there would have to be a coordinating personnel move for Williamson to make the roster. The first names that come to most people’s minds are Isaiah Oliver and Kendall Sheffield after fans have been conditioned to expect poor play from the pair. The former is likely to make the roster after improved play occurred when he moved inside instead of consistently getting beat on the boundaries. So the latter of which, Sheffield, could be battling for a roster spot.

    I believe Avery Williams’ special teams pedigree guarantees him a roster spot, which means Williamson will be competing with Sheffield for that last cornerback spot. Arthur Smith has remained adamant about competing at every position regardless of where the players are at on the depth chart, so this position battle is much more up in the air than it would’ve been with the previous regime. Williamson should be a fun watch for the rest of training camp.

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