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SirCzah

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  1. The clout chase is strong in this thread. LMAO (FYI, I've been shot on 3 different occasions over the color of my skin. Unless you can personally match that, keep your faux-victimization to yourself and don't even bother mentioning me. Stick to football threads.)
  2. Uh oh! Comment COPS! Everyone hide your posts. (Also, I never made any statements regarding if DK was the cause or if it was by some coincidence that All-Pro backs and quality #2s washed out under him. But, by all means, project away.)
  3. How many RBs pro careers ended under DK? Turner Snelling Jackson Quizz (ATL/TB) Freeman Gurley(?) Even Doug Martin went from 1st Team All-Pro in 2014 to his Y/A being slashed in half before Willy Mo put him out in 2015, Dirk's OC year in TB.
  4. Good. I wish more teams would talk trash about us. If we played every week as hard as we play the Saints, then we would be a playoff lock every season.
  5. Yes, people are free to express their opinions on forums. Just like you are free to hijack their posts to push your own opinions, apparently. I have a feeling that if I started a thread titled "These Unis Are Amazing, Here's Why" you wouldn't have the same issue. Only because you said so. So glad you could make it.
  6. Thank you. That is exactly what I am saying. You can not find any evidence to the contrary because it, simply, does not exist. Also, yes, I did just "create a new thread to bash them." That much was stated in the original post. Can I go now, officer? (that is a "thought police" reference, in case you felt obligated to needlessly point that out as well)
  7. Kinda does. I didn't have any PERSONAL expectations/concepts on how I wanted them to look. I just think these look like pretty bad (not world ending, just bad). Easily Top (bottom?) 5 worst in the league currently. Stop projecting.
  8. I feel like maybe they should have done a background check... (also, trying to keep the "hate" off of the main thread)
  9. Don't worry, the usual thought police will be in here soon enough to call us all "haters."
  10. These do actually look like some knockoffs you would find at Walmart.
  11. Maybe we can win it all... in the Arena League.
  12. I trust him in every aspect except the tranches. Unfortunately, the trenches are what will make or break a franchise.
  13. 2006??? 2006... Oh God! Katrina Bowl?! Noooooo thank you.
  14. No. Not understating his potential value, but we did the right thing letting him walk.
  15. Surprised Spoon didn't hurt himself on that play.
  16. Nolan jumped the shark when he started dropping Biermann back to safety more than once a season.
  17. - by Kevin Patra Dante Fowler is coming off his best season in the NFL, gobbling up 11.5 sacks while playing next to Aaron Donald in Los Angeles. After signing a three-year, $45 million deal in Atlanta, Fowler knows he needs to double-down on that production. "I have a lot to prove ... you guys haven't seen nothing yet," Fowler said on Thursday, via the team's official website. "In order to be the best edge rusher in the league, you have to put up double-digits [sacks] every year. That's my job, that's my goal to be consistent every year come out with double digits. This year was 11.5, I want to have more than 11.5-12.5 every year." Fowler struggled to start his career, suffering a torn ACL before his rookie campaign with the Jaguars. In three-and-a half-years in Jacksonville, the pass rusher never earned more than eight sacks. Last season, Fowler showed he could win one-on-one matchups and compress the pocket. The 25-year-old generated 67 total pressures in 2019, tied for 12th-most among edge defenders, per Pro Football Focus. Playing next to Donald helps all pass rushers. The Falcons are betting Fowler can continue being a force moving alongside Grady Jarrett. Heading to Atlanta where he reunites with Dan Quinn, who coached him at Florida, Fowler's expectations are sky-high. "The goal is to break Michael Strahan's record," Fowler said. "That's the goal. You have to put a lot of work in, though." While it's tropey for pass rushers to cite Strahan's record in the offseason, all professional athletes should be aiming for the highest heights every season. It's the nature of the job. If Fowler comes anywhere close to 20 sacks in 2020, Atlanta will consider it a big win. I would be happy with a repeat of last year tbh.
  18. All 3 can be replaced. I suppose Clay would be the "most difficult" from a leadership and experience aspect. He also did alot of stat-less dirty work for us down in the trenches. Campbell was poorly utilized and Trufant (the most talented of the 3) didn't seem to fit the coverage schemes (or atleast that is my reasoning for his noticeable drop off).
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