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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Drunken Minotaur Zebra in DQ shows his lack of confidence in the defense every game he elects to receive the ball to start a game.   
    Def not true. From day 1 on 2015 he deferred. It’s part of why 2016 ran away In the 3rd qtr. Last year he started the way he used to and we would fall so far behind that the deferment didn’t matter. After the bye he changed to receiving the kickoff to get off to fast starts. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Ergo Proxy in *** Official Falcons Vs Cowboys In-Game Thread ***   
    I was just talking to @vel about staying committed to the run. I don’t care if it’s getting 1 yard,  2 yards, 2 yards etc...Stay committed to it. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Halcon-1 in *** Official Falcons Vs Cowboys In-Game Thread ***   
    I was just talking to @vel about staying committed to the run. I don’t care if it’s getting 1 yard,  2 yards, 2 yards etc...Stay committed to it. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from red falcon in *** Official Falcons Vs Cowboys In-Game Thread ***   
    Remember some was saying Foye wasn’t a real LB!!! How sway??!!!
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from PokerSteve in *** Official Falcons Vs Cowboys In-Game Thread ***   
    Remember some was saying Foye wasn’t a real LB!!! How sway??!!!
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Mr.11 in *** Official Falcons Vs Cowboys In-Game Thread ***   
    Now THAT was some Kyle Shanny WCO Ish right there. THAT is what they’re good at. Good sh*t DK. I wanna see more Kyle style and less you. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Drew4719 in *** Official Falcons Vs Cowboys In-Game Thread ***   
    Now THAT was some Kyle Shanny WCO Ish right there. THAT is what they’re good at. Good sh*t DK. I wanna see more Kyle style and less you. 
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    TheFatboi reacted to FalconFanSince1970 in Falcons players need to outplay their coaching staff   
    I say the players need to freakin execute better. I know Raheem volunteered to be the fall guy but I saw some sorry as execution out there on several plays. And get ***** set people! An excerpt from Suave and Foye:
    Ricardo Allen was frustrated after the Falcons’ loss to Seattle, and he said as much.
    “I’m not trying to do this again all year, to tell you the truth,” Allen said.
    Asked what the Falcons didn’t do right in the loss, he said it was pretty simple: align and assign.
    “It’s the small things,” he said. “It’s the details.”
    The next day, Foye Oluokun spoke to the media. When it was his turn to be asked about those missing details, he gave a specific example: pre-snap communication. He said a lot of the issues stemmed from that pre-snap communication or the lack thereof.
    “We are all expecting a specific type of play to happen, so just being in the exact right spot when they do happen is really just the name of the game of football really,” Oluokun said. “When (Russell Wilson) did scramble, if we all just flashed a little bit longer, maybe break up that pass or maybe the pass isn’t open when he’s looking for it, I think a lot of it is pre-snap communication just based off of what we already know and just making sure it’s coming out on time.”
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from 1989Fan in Defense looks just as bad as it did last season at the start   
    It was cover 1. There is no safety help. That’s why it was important for him to make the jam. He wasn’t outright beat. He played his technique wrong and that gave DK the advantage. You’re gonna be in an island out there sometimes. The safeties didn’t do anything wrong on that play. It was man to man. Cover 1. Which means the safeties were in man coverage as well and somebody was more than likely blitzing. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Monolith2001 in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from AUTiger7222 in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from FalconsIn2012 in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi reacted to Jesus in If Atlanta beats anybody this year, beat Dallas   
    Am I in Napa Valley or the Burgundy region of France? Cause this is a lot of whine.
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Ergo Proxy in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Ergo Proxy in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Tim Mazetti in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Skin doc in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from vel in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from gassyice in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Skin doc in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from kiwifalcon in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from Drew4719 in Notes: 9/19   
    In a perfect world it would go that way. I think DK abandoned the run too soon and gurley still should’ve run the ball 20+ times but those poor decisions caused them to get so far behind they had to play catch-up. 14-12 going into half was perfect gurley territory. In other words that article says control the game. What I don’t like is giving up on the run because it’s getting 1 yard...3 yards...2 yards. Keep pounding. Eventually one will pop but not only that they see your dedication to the run and are forced to stay honest. This Dallas game they HAVE HAVE HAVE to feed gurley. Let play-action feed off of that and keep their defense off balance. First offensive play of the game I’d go Play action to Julio/Rid/Gage deep. And Quinn has to make better decisions to NOT put them in position to get 3 scores behind. Dallas KNOWS we want to toss it around. So give a heavy dose of gurley early and often. Set the tone with him. But can DK DO that is the question. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from red falcon in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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    TheFatboi got a reaction from VTCrunkler in Time To Move On From Cover 3   
    The reason the success rate is so high in cover 3 is because it gives the underneath. It’s not necessarily all on coverage. The LOB had a high success rate as well. Cover 3 will always have a high success rate. The object is to keep evetyhing in front and make the quick tackle. When it’s played right it’s hard to beat deep. But it will still have a high success rate. Tom Brady dinked and dunked with high success against the Seahawks in the SB. But it took forever to reach the end zone because the hawks made tackles quickly. That’s why i don’t look at success rates of coverages as end all be all. When Smith was the HC this thread would’ve been “its time to get rid of cover 2. Which many of y’all were saying then anyway. The Seahawks still run cover 3. What kind of success rate did Matt and Co have? I would think pretty successful. The difference was they didn’t shoot them selves in the foot with penalties on 3rd and 23. Give up td’s on 4th and 5 because a corner played bad technique, and miscommunication in must win situations. AND probably the biggest. They didn’t have to face a Russell Wilson who made plays with takk knocking the snot out of him. Russ is that good. It ain’t like we play a Russell Wilson every week. 
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