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74ice

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  1. exactly, is he a good CB, yes, evern alternate Pro Bowl good, but to pay him top 5 money??? when he isnt top 5, and we have glaring issues along the line, and need a pass rush, NO
  2. if you had Julio Jones and he was doing a fade route in the endzone, your the dcoordinator, game on the line....you can pick from Aso, Woodson, Reevis, Carlos Rogers,Grimes, sorry...who are you picking???
  3. umm seriously, go back and watch the New Orleans game, they moved Graham to his side of the field, then Brees threw a jump ball=TD. Rodgers did the same thing last year in the playoffs, sorry but I cant remember the exact name of what TD, the receivers name and what game it happened, but it has happened, even take that away, his hands and tackling are a liability, if you want tackling, go back and look at the game where Jay Cutler put a move on him and left him in socks, JAY CUTLER!!!
  4. by the way, quick off the topic question, I have been here before under Ice74, Ice1974, Ice37, I had to get a new name because I had used all old emails to sign up, how long does it take before I can post a new message?? Thanks
  5. look Grimes is a good cover corner, but his size does get to be a problem near the endzone, ...on deep passes he has time to time his jumps and run under the ball, but on a quick slant, anybody above 6 feet can shield him in the endzone, and his tackling his below average, add that to his hands not being that great.... that to me does not speak of a franchise player, we could plug in Franks, maybe lose a little at that position but save money to fix the pass rush and oline
  6. I can see where you would say that, based on Turners rushing and Matts Passing, but that is exactly the reason why I think they didnt look as bad, go watch Denver's and NE's oline for what it should look like, Ryan might not take alot of sacks, but he gets hit alot
  7. should be interesting to see what diretion we go with, experienced guy or newbie
  8. still think Bosher could have been picked up as UFA, and at a time where we were hurting for draft picks, and needed some Oline help, Dline and CB help we could have drafted a player that was going to see the field more than 3-4 times a game, think about, but he will be nice to have for the next couple of years
  9. I was a front runner for Spags, but now that I think about it, and the idea of 3-4, I like Nolan, but alot of that and winning next year depends on free agency and the draft and finding the right personnel, especially if we arent going to keep Grimes(that would free up money to find an edge pass rusher or NT
  10. agreed, except for Brady, who came right in and is the best Brees= a good QB in San Diego, but put him with the right coach, right system and a couple more years of experience=great QB same with lilManning, same with Alex Smith, but do have to add, there was an element to Ryans game to extend a play or move around in his first 2 years, that is just not there anymore, and 3 year he barely got sacked, so dont know
  11. Would have been nice to have 4 years ago As a replacement for Abe. Maybe. But not Abe and Mathis. I would still like to get Mario Williams just take away the injury prone part
  12. Sorry, but Babs would not fit at the nose tackle, he doesn't eat up space like a true NT needs to. In fact Babs is the one guy I see being the odd man. In a 3-4. Edwards could play end, He would need to add some weight, but he plays the run well, Bier an has the motor to play OLB, but would need to drop some weight, Sidbury and Abe would be the other good OLB(pass coverage would be a liability). Nicholas doesn't seem to fit a 3-4 either, no fast enough to cover, maybe he could play inside with lofton and spoon plays WOLB All of that depends on getting a huge NT Of course everything could change if Nolan comes in and we run a hybrid, which I would love, and
  13. Thought to be in line for HC of the Bucs
  14. Why do that , makes it seem Abe will be back, seems silly to do it at the end of the season rather than the end of training camp
  15. i followed, boy those were some hard hitting questions, what indepth
  16. 6. I think the Dirk Koetter hire in Atlanta is a nod to the fact that the Falcons wanted to throw the ball downfield more, and to improving their screen game (maybe in 2012 with Jacquizz Rogers). Koetter's not Mike Martz, but I do think he'll be more open to featuring Julio Jones and getting Matt Ryan to take three or four shots a game deep. 7. I think this shouldn't be a sign that Mike Mularkey wasn't a good hire in Jacksonville, because Mularkey is smart and a good quarterback teacher. But as the Falcons offensive coordinator he'd hit a wall with Matt Ryan, and the Falcons needed to make a change, and I believe if he wouldn't have gotten the head-coaching job with the Jags, the Falcons would have strongly considered making a change at the coordinator spot. Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/peter_king/01/16/divisionals/index.html#ixzz1jdga1hOZ
  17. everybody keeps using the Jags personnel as an excuse, but , this guy was considered a passing whiz and everyear since he has been there the Jags passing offense got worse, wheres a counterpoint to that?
  18. Atlanta_Falcons Atlanta_Falcons Koetter: No-huddle will certainly be a part of the offense. Not sure what percentage it will be. 12 minutes ago
  19. Who else was interviewed for the job, since Mularkey took the Jags job on Tuesday, that basically means we hired a new guy in 4 days, did they even bring anyone else in? or skype with anyone?
  20. yea, there was this team that has an explosive offense get shut out in the playoffs, then turn around and hire the 32nd ranked offensive coordinator, WHACKY
  21. I would have loved to have been in the room when Smith is mentioning the idea to Blank, just to see Blanks reaction,
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