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Flying Falcon

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  1. The Atlanta Falcons are blessed to have a franchise quarterback like Matt Ryan, however, there are fans that have grown tired of him and the quarterback position is changing right before our very eyes.

    Everyone, including Atlanta Falcons fans, wants their team to have a quarterback that can get out of the pocket and make plays. Matt Ryan can do that from time to time gaining a modest amount of yards but that’s not his strong suit. Quarterbacks like Russell Wilson, Josh Allen, Dak Prescott and soon to be MVP Lamar Jackson have changed the way people look at quarterbacks.

     

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  2. 5 minutes ago, Refried Beans said:

    Campbell is another Toyota that his agent is trying to sell back to us as a Lexus. He's good not great. He's basic, not luxury model. Moving on. Let him walk.  We need producers to get the hardware not Ford Tauruses. 

    We cant afford a fleet of Lexus. We need some Toyotas

  3. 59 minutes ago, ramonezy said:

    Is it just me, or is there a legitimate hype issue surrounding each year's draft and the prospects slated to enter? Especially for 1st round defensive prospects expected to be selected outside of the top 5... I can't buy into any of it... they simply seem to give poorer returns than their offensive counterparts... Yet still we share highlight vids touting them as "the one" 

    So yeah I hear when everyone says our greatest need is edge, but I don't buy AJ Epenesa or any of the other edges not named Chase Young being hyped beyond what we have/had already. I don't buy Delpit or any of the slew of CBs being touted as shutdown corners.

     I can see us getting more value out of an Ettienne than an Epenesa or Delpit... Just like we did with Ridley vs Neal/Takk/Beasley

     

     

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  4. 2 hours ago, SeahawkFan80 said:

    Interesting. Clowney was triple teamed on one play and we did not have the other linemen to attack the qb fast enough. That is a talent that needs support on the other side of the line. He can take up a lot of offensive linemen allowing other schemes to work. Second...agent will request more money for his DE just to pad his own pocket more than Clowneys. Agents are all about that cash too. Third...I cant remember where I was going with this...so I can say that I like bacon. 

    I like bacon too!

  5. 6 minutes ago, kiwifalcon said:

    I bet if Quinn has his time again and wanted to run the same scheme he doesn’t go down the Sark road I’ll put money on it.
     

    It was just a bad hire and Koetter seemingly looks like a worse one.

    Numbers can be skewed to make points.Like a lot will point to the numbers    and how we looked on paper but what does that mean.If those numbers were as favourable as they looked how did we look like such a cluster when it mattered.

    I know he was a bad hire an the decision making our HC was and still is making is questionable at best.We have a bigger problem not Sark Koetter continuity.This is a DQ problem he’s making these decisions and I believe he’s the biggest problem round why this team is so rocks or diamonds.

    I honestly think the bad hire was making him run the system. And Sark basically said that he didnt know how it worked. He didnt know how Shanahan worked it. Look at how long it took the players to learn it and Quinn wanted Sark to just step in and run with it? Bad move. I always said that Quinn doesnt appear to be too bright. 

    And I agree. Quinn is a bigger problem than any we think we have as a fanbase. Whether its Blank,  Koetter, any position on the field, etc....

  6. 7 minutes ago, ya_boi_j said:

    well dam

     Known agendas shouldn't be taken serious. Did you even know the offense was top 10 both seasons Sark was OC?

    And another thing, if it took Shanahan 2 years to implement "part" of his system, how long does it suppose to take another man to run it that has no clue on how it works? Meaning the terminology,  setting up the plays, etc..... Sark was at a disadvantage once he found out that he had to do that stupid stuff Quinn required him.

  7. 4 minutes ago, ya_boi_j said:

    well dam

     Known agendas shouldn't be taken serious. Did you even know the offense was top 10 both seasons Sark was OC?

    I didnt have an opinion on Sark. My comment was directed toward Quinn. I never credited Sark to be our problem. When I found out he was forced to run another man's scheme, I knew it would be a problem. Quinn never should have required that of him. 

  8. 17 minutes ago, vel said:

    Gotta watch him. He's not as athletic as Vic, so yes there is a lack of athleticism when you compare him to the highly athletic edge guys, but as we've so clearly learned, athleticism isn't what wins. Also, the play diagnosis claim is one I don't agree with and Eric is the first one I've seen make any mention of it. 

    Again, you can't pass until you watch him. 

    Can he beat his man 1 in 1? Can he be disruptive? That is what I look at. If he doesnt have to be schemed to get a sack, then he's a keeper. Schemes are good, but when you can line up across from your man and just kick his @$$, then you have a winner.

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