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  1. This guy looks EXACTLY what we had hoped Duke would be like.
  2. Getting a life usually helps !
  3. Bring him home TD....... or not !
  4. Yes, but with an air fryer you can't watch the fat drip away from the grill as you're wiping the drool from your mouth.
  5. It just,you know, It just didn't feel like Christmas season without stacks of George's grills all over the place.
  6. I just came in from some shopping at the mall,and it finally hit me.Yes, that thing that was nagging at me the whole time I was going in and out of stores.There's not one place,and I mean not one that has...(oh, the humanity)...a George Foreman grill for sale. What the heck happened? Does anyone know?
  7. I've watched the Falcons play since 1970 secret agent.I think i can state an opinion,and to answer your question, the biggest dysfunction with this team is on the offensive side.
  8. ..is that for this ownership the number one priority, by far, is marketing and ticket sales, over doing what is necessary to sustain a long lasting winning program.Let me explain. Most of our drafts tend toward the "splashy" rather than the meat and potatoes of football,and y'all know what that is. But a big lineman is not as sexy as a fancy wide receiver,and can't be counted upon to excite the fans with an acrobatic catch at the back of the end zone.The problem with this of course is that too many times we can't stop the opposition from running it down our throat,and on the other side way too many times we allow our QB to take a real beating. But the biggest problem to me is the assinine cutting of ties with GOOD and SOLID players like Dimarco and Toilolo to save a couple of million in salary, and then turning around and replacing them with minimum wage guys so we can have a little extra cash for Julio.It is my contention that with those two exceptional blockers on the roster we have at least two more wins so far this season. I'm going to stop before i get upset.... fire away.
  9. They look sleepy and dopey if you ask me, and the rest look like they don't want to be there.
  10. Ryan needs help? Mr. Fralic, could we see you a minute!
  11. soundsaboutright
  12. I would trade the lesser of our two QBs for a ham and swiss on sourdough right now,and if i detect desperation I might just play hardball and insist on a cup of potato salad too.
  13. Former Falcon Says Doctors Let Him Play Hurt November 12, 2015Courtney Walters FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email ATLANTA (CN) – A former Atlanta Falcons player claims in court that inadequate treatment by doctors following a violent on-field collision cost him his NFL career. Ezekiel “Zeke” Motta was a standout player at the University of Notre Dame, for whom he played in the 2013 BCS National Championship game against University of Alabama and led the team in tackles. The Atlanta Falcons selected Motta in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL draft, and he subsequently signed a four-year, $2.2 million contract with the team. On Dec. 8, 2013, during a regular season game against the Green Bay Packers, where he briefly lost consciousness after a collision with two Packers players. In a complaint filed Nov. 6 in Dekalb County, Motta says the doctors who treated him on the sidelines after he came to failed to perform any kind of meaning medical examination, and he was sent back into the game where he experienced, “continued neck pain and ongoing signs and symptoms of concussion.” The following day, Motta says, he returned to the team facility and received a cursory examination, after which he was clear to practice with the team and participate in its next game. On Dec. 15, 2013, Motta played in a game against the Washington Redskins, despite being in “tremendous pain throughout.” Motta says it was not until Dec. 20, 2013, that anyone from the Falcons ordered an MRI of his cervical spine. It revealed that he had suffered a C-1 displaced (approximately 15 millimeters) Jefferson fracture, along with C4-5, C5-6, and C6-7 traumatic bulging discs. The complaint states that Dr. Joseph Krzemien further aggravated Motta’s injury by performing chiropractic readjustments without properly reviewing his condition. Motta says the delay in that diagnosis — a direct result, he claims, of the acts and omissions of the treating doctors and chiropractors who treated him — turned what would have been an “inconvenient injury to a devastating and permanent one – one that effectively ended Zeke Motta’s career.” After learning the extent of his injuries, Motta underwent two invasive surgeries and the implantation of steel plates into his spine. “He was examined by three separate doctors in hopes of returning to his football career, but ultimately the third doctor told him that the instability of his neck post-operation made it too dangerous for plaintiff to ever return to the game of football,” the complaint says. Motta complains of “substantial and persistent chronic pain” that affects his daily life, “including his ability to drive and to adequately perform a desk job, as he is now required to do.” He is seeking unspecified damages on multiple counts of alleged professional negligence bydefendants that include Emory Healthcare, Emory Sports Medicine Center, Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center, Georgia Spine and Sports Rehab, Krzemien, and Dr. Spero Karas. Motta is represented by Stacey Carroll of Atlanta. Janet Christenbury, director of media relations for Emory Healthcare, declined to comment.