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Tim Mazetti

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    Tim Mazetti got a reaction from Goober Pyle in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    I am a Goob. I had a friend who had a friend.......
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Goober Pyle in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    Yup. It's BAD! 
     
    I'm glad y'all are ok and have the generators to keep from losing your stuff. Last fall, I believe it was Nestor that came up through GA. We lost power for a week and all of our frozen stuff - Goob had no generator. Glad you're not a Goob.....
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Atl Falcon in BLOGGING DIRTY CALLING THIS ORG OUT   
    Whenever you believe you’re about to believe it’s time to buy some tickets...don’t change your mind PM ASAP. I got four for sale CHEAP and good seats. 
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    Tim Mazetti got a reaction from Goober Pyle in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    About 15 years ago a major hurricane ripped through an area south of here.
    The major, and minor, grocery stores ran out of diesel for their generators after a week. My company hauled tons of food to the landfill for days.
    Horrible.
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Goober Pyle in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    While in college, I worked at one of the local grocery stores. We had all of the freezers go down one day. I walked into the breakroom to see all of the frozen food stock guys sitting down with about 200 frozen dinners stacked on anything that would hold them. They were microwaving them and eating them as fast as they could. It went downhill from there.....at least for them. 
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Vandy in Howie Roseman stole Duke Riley from the Falcons   
    He hasn't, he just wasn't so sucky in game 1. Philly’s D still let skins and their bad QB come back from a 17-0 hole  without their #1 RB, so there's that. He'll get exposed soon enough. 
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to JD dirtybird21 in Howie Roseman stole Duke Riley from the Falcons   
    Nah, I’ll leave it. It’s a breath of fresh air from all the “our coaching staff sucks” threads. 
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    Tim Mazetti got a reaction from Goober Pyle in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    Good prepping.
    I am in SW FL and our food was saved in the nick of time by a friend who had a generator and was not affected by the power outage when that hurricane came through here a couple-three years ago. Water stayed on, but had 50 Gal stored.
    Cooking in a SunOven and coffee with a rocket stove...but we saved our refrigerated/frozen food.
    Dammit, it is hot here without AC/fans!
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to 757falcons in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    I'm down in Pensacola near 9 mile we got major flooding around me luckily not at my house. I do have some down trees but I'll take it considering 
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to PensacolaFalcon in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    Yea in some places it crazy we went up to a small town north of us called Brewton to see if the stations there had any gas and like 20 yards from the gas station the road was blocked by the police because the rest of the town was flooded by the local water way called "murder creek" 
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to octoslash in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    I was born in Florida and went through a couple.   Hurricanes blow. 
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to E. T. in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    Living in Puerto Rico as a kid, it was scary.
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to PensacolaFalcon in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    This is so true.  We have 3 freezers and a regular refrigerator. We had started rotating them on the generator an hour each.  We were lucky and the power came back pretty quick but we had enough gas on hand for about a week.  
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Goober Pyle in For anyone who wants to know what its like to go though a Hurricane...   
    @PensacolaFalconglad y’all are safe!
    I’ve got a buddy who lives in Destin. They fared pretty well. What’s crazy is that here in the middle GA area, there’s been crazy flash flooding. I saw on the news that some townhomes and apartments on a local lake were flooded. 
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    Tim Mazetti got a reaction from Lowndesfalc in Falcons see potential in rookie A.J. Terrell   
    Let's wish him all speed in his development. They need him Sunday...Let's go.
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    Tim Mazetti got a reaction from Francis York Morgan in Falcons see potential in rookie A.J. Terrell   
    Let's wish him all speed in his development. They need him Sunday...Let's go.
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    Tim Mazetti got a reaction from Falcons Fan MVP in Falcons see potential in rookie A.J. Terrell   
    Let's wish him all speed in his development. They need him Sunday...Let's go.
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Goober Pyle in Falcons see potential in rookie A.J. Terrell   
    https://www.ajc.com/sports/atlanta-falcons/falcons-see-potential-in-rookie-aj-terrell/QK3OKTIZOBBOPFTJM27ENV4WDI/
     
    by Sarah K. Spencer for the AJC
     
    All in all, in the Falcons' Week 1 loss to the Seahawks, the secondary failed to slow down quarterback Russell Wilson, who completed 31 of 35 passes for 322 yards (averaging 9.2 yards per pass) and four touchdowns. On an individual level, however, Falcons defensive coordinator Raheem Morris liked what he saw out of rookie cornerback A.J. Terrell in his NFL debut, even if Terrell made a few mistakes.
      “I thought the guy played pretty well,” Morris said. “You’re talking about a rookie who’s out there playing hard, playing fast, playing physical. He went throughout the day and played some sticky coverage on some really good wideouts. He stood up in some really big moments. He gave up a big play on a four-minute drive where he was taking a shot at jumping a ball. I can’t blame him. In that moment, if he makes that play it’s a big-time play for us.”
      Through a combination of film study and muscle memory, Terrell prides himself on not making the same mistake twice, and that’s something that’s a priority for the Falcons as they move on from the loss and prepare to play in Dallas Sunday, he said.
    “That’s also what they’ve been preaching to us as a defense and as a unit, as a whole team, just not making the same mistake twice and just getting the things corrected and just going out there next time, being alert for it and making a play when it comes,” Terrell said.
    errell, who attended Westlake High School in Atlanta and played three seasons at Clemson before the Falcons drafted him in the first round, registered six tackles in Sunday’s 38-25 loss. He played every snap on defense.
    He thought he played decently in Week 1, but the 21-year-old will look to improve and tighten things up moving forward. The biggest difference he noticed in transitioning from college to the NFL, he said, was the increased speed and pace to the game. Terrell was targeted on defense five times, according to Pro Football Reference, and allowed all five passes to be completed.
    “Just watching film, no specific play in particular, but just watching film overall, I feel like I had a decent game for the first time stepping out there," Terrell said. "Of course there’s always things to get better on, anything in technique, tackling, just little keys and details of the defense, just watching more film, little things like that.”
      Battling receivers Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley in practice helped Terrell prepare for his NFL debut, as did all the big-game experience he garnered at Clemson. So, when Week 1 came along, Terrell was ready to go, despite all the anticipation.
    “Just playing the game for so long, of course you have nerves and just eagerness and anxiety going into a game, but at the end of the day you’ve just got to be confident in yourself, trust the system, and just make plays and just ball out,” Terrell said. “Just don’t think too much of it and just all I do is just go out there and have fun.”
    From what coach Dan Quinn has seen so far, Terrell has the potential to give the secondary a boost, provided he keeps developing.
    “This is a very good competitor," Quinn said. "The corner, the support in tackling in the run game, the ability to stay down and challenge guys, there will be some growing as he’s going to go but he’s the type of person who doesn’t repeat a lot of mistakes. That’s the sign of a guy who is turning the corner, when the same mistake doesn’t show up twice. There will be some on the job training, it will happen with him, with Matt Hennessy, with Mykal (Walker), all the guys going through that. But the advantage of that as you’re going through it, you’re gaining that experience and they improve at such a fast pace. I’m very excited about A.J. and what he can bring to the team.”
     
     
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to FalconsIn2012 in About Our Lines.....   
    Free Senat!!!!
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to ike barn87987 in About Our Lines.....   
    Senat hustled downfield to make the tackle.
     
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to egoprime II in About Our Lines.....   
    Wilson has just four incomplete passes.   (One of which was a terrible drop by Metcalf).   Four TD passes with no INTs.
    Our D line managed four sacks with several pressures.   Our line played middle of the road against the run, with a couple of nice TFLs. 
    Our defensive backfield was horrible.  Imagine how many sacks our D line might have had if our DBs had played decent football.
    Special props to our O line.   What, two sacks in -54- pass attempts???    That is some fine work, right there.....
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Ergo Proxy in Falcons Defense: Highest pressure rate in NFL week 1   
    Let’s work out the kinks on the backend and get this ship right.
    Not every QB will be as elusive as RW and as good at throwing in addition to that elusiveness.
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    Tim Mazetti reacted to Falconcheff in What HC’s are out there   
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