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Ryan2JulioislikePB&J

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  1. I believe these are minor issues from playing their first live full game. It happens and I bet a lot of players in the league are having issues that keep them from having FP after the first week..
  2. I am quoting what this guy said on the blog message board. Pretty cool..Had to share!!! ELITE ICE!!! 50caliberfalcon "Peyton went down to Georgia, he was looking for a soul to steal. He was in a bind 'cos his Broncos were way behind and he was willin' to make a deal. When he came across this young man throwing a footballl and Slingin' it hot. And then Peyton jumped upon a hickory stump and said: "Boy let me tell you what: "I guess you didn't know it, but I'm a football player too. "And if you'd care to take a dare, I'll make a bet with you. "Now you play a pretty good Quarterback, boy, but give ol' Peyton his due: "I bet a football of gold against your soul, 'cos I think I'm better than you." The boy said: "My name's ELITE ICE and it might be a sin, "But I'll take your bet, your gonna regret, 'cos I'm the best that's ever been."
  3. Only depth we are "good" at is WR and RB. But I will say having Nolan makes me feel so much better when Grimes went down and Chris Owens is listed as nickel but he will switch often with Robinson and we will leave Samuel on the left side all game...
  4. Ravens 37 Eagles-21 Vick has 3 picks and Eagles fans start to call for Nick Foles...
  5. In 2010 – the last season Ryan and Manning both played – the Falcons signal caller had a higher Total QBR (69.4 to 68.6). Two years later, why wouldn’t we expect more of the same? -– Micah Adams
  6. If Ryan wins a Superbowl and plays like a beast sh*t I wouldn't be pissed if we paid him that much but of course realistically it will never happen...
  7. 3. MATT RYAN Quarterback | Atlanta Falcons ... Next Game: 9/17 vs. DEN ... Last Poll: NR There were rumblings before the season that the Falcons would hand over more of their offense to Ryan. Seeing was believing in Week 1. Ryan posted the NFL's highest Total QBR (97.5 out of 100) while becoming the only player in the opening week to pass for three TDs without an interception. The Falcons had 17 passing first downs, another league high.
  8. I know we will be forced to watch Saints vs Panthers but I am actually looking forward to watching the 49ers vs Lions game sunday night. I have the 49ers in the win due to their defense and Stafford playing another bad game...Also I hope the Aints lose but just seeing all these Cam Newton huggers fall apart when the Panties go 0-2 will be priceless...
  9. I think the Falcons better be prepared to see a lot of the no-huddle offense out of Peyton Manning and the Broncos. In Week 1, the Broncos scored 25 points on four drives while going without a huddle. On the three drives they didn’t huddle, the Broncos produced zero points. I also think you’ll probably see a lot of three-receiver sets from the Falcons. In Week 1, Matt Ryan was 18-of-22 (81.8 percent) for 208 yards and three touchdowns when the Falcons had three receivers on the field. Atlanta’s Julio Jones has at least one receiving touchdown in each of his last five games. That’s the NFL’s longest active streak
  10. We only get two breaks as far as defense. Playing Freeman twice is our only break, all of the other quarterbacks provide some problems to our defense...
  11. already posted by someone....Just got pushed aside...
  12. Yes we did one in KC..It was a gain of 3 yards i think though...But I only saw one...
  13. Turner will have his days where he has 20+ carries but even with the focus on pass by defenses, I still see a 60-40 play ratio on pass vs run..We have too much talent to not throw it in the air even when it's being challenged plus we use the unfamiliar word of this franchise called screen's finally...
  14. I don't think most fans see a blow out but see us winning by 10 points or less. I honestly think it will come down to which offense stalls last. Peyton and Matt both have 4th quarter comebacks in their belt but whichever defense will break in the 4th will lose it for their team.
  15. If we start fast like the KC game and stop their run game we will be fine. I know we didn't do well but Mcgahee is no Jamal Charles, we should be fine...
  16. Denver Broncos at Atlanta Falcons Doug Pensinger/Getty Images B/R Consensus: Atlanta Falcons (6-5) Vegas: Falcons -4 Schottey: Broncos It's a coin-toss matchup in this one, as the Falcons will be tough to beat at home. However, with Michael Turner quickly declining and Brent Grimes done for the year, the Broncos have a glimmer of light through that Georgia Dome roof. If Denver can keep John Abraham and the Falcons rush at bay, Peyton Manning should be able to continue his comeback tour. Nagler: Falcons The Broncos looked like a well-balanced team against the Steelers, but the Falcons looked like they could put up 40 on anyone during their beatdown of the Chiefs. Peyton Manning should be able to work things downfield, especially with Brent Grimes out for the Falcons. But Matt Ryan and his receivers will be too much at home for the Broncos. Miller: Falcons Two of the best passing attacks from Week 1 face off in what should be a fun game. The Broncos beat a banged up Steeler team that may have them overrated at this point. Atlanta's passing game, and what they can do with Michael Turner, will give them a slight edge in this one. Hansen: Broncos Peyton Manning is still Peyton Manning, and the Denver offense should only get better as the receivers get more comfortable with him. The Broncos' defense is built to stop the pass, which is exactly what the Falcons want to do. Champ Bailey and Tracy Porter can limit Julio Jones and Roddy White, while Michael Turner doesn't have the speed to exploit the Broncos' run defense to the outside. Manning loves playing in a dome, so expect a high-scoring game. Bardeen: Falcons The Falcons pasted 40 on Kansas City, and Monday night could be another track meet when Denver comes to town. Atlanta's offense looked terrific, but the defense still needed two quarters to get up to speed. Can Atlanta's new defense slow Peyton Manning enough?
  17. I agree but now I will also throw in Franks/Owens because Nolan loves using 3 CB sets and we need them to start playing to their caliber...
  18. Fine Fifteen Week 1 NFL surprises Source: SI SI.com's Andrew Perloff discusses which NFL teams should be worried after their Week 1 disappointment. 1. San Francisco (1-0). Thanks to three touchdowns from the least-appreciated quarterback-running back combo platter in football, Alex Smith (211 passing yards) and Frank Gore (112 rushing yards). The 30-22 win over Green Bay didn't seem that close. 2. New England (1-0). The rookie cavalry for the D -- end Chandler Jones and linebacker Dont'a Hightower -- came up big. They're players. 3. Houston (1-0). Does J.J. Watt have a big impact every game he plays, or is that just my imagination? Another 1.5 sacks and three passes deflected against Miami. Incredible for a 290-pound, 3-4 defensive end. 4. Green Bay (0-1). Not jumping off the Packers bandwagon just yet, but tempted. They have lost the last two games by a combined 25 points. 5. Denver (1-0). It's not a dream. Peyton Manning really was that good, 129.2-rating good, in his first real game in 20 months. Really agree with Tony Dungy: The Broncos waited too long to use the no-huddle. Peyton Manning should live in the no-huddle. 6. Dallas (1-0). I'm not sure the offensive line is going to hold up, but I know one thing about one of the 2011 weakness that killed last year's team: These Cowboys can cover. 7. Atlanta (1-0). Two points in a game, as happened in the playoff debacle at the Meadowlands last January? Not going to happen with this crew, and this offensive playcaller (Dirk Koetter). All of a sudden, the Denver-Atlanta Monday-nighter next week is the Must See TV Game of the Week. 8. Baltimore (0-0). Excited about seeing the Ravens hurry-up offense tonight. 9. New York Jets (1-0). How cool is this: Tim Tebow was in the game on the first play of the season, a second tight end. But we never saw the full monty with Tebow, because as offensive coordinator Tony Sparano said afterward, why empty the ideological saddlebag when you don't have to? (Actually, "ideological saddlebag'' is mine. Don't you just love it?) 10. Washington (1-0). This seems low. Tenth? If the 'Skins didn't let the Saints have a prayer late, they'd be a few slots higher. 11. Chicago (1-0). It was only nine times that Jay Cutler found Brandon Marshall against the Colts, but it seemed like 19. Every time I looked up, there was Marshall making Colts miss. 12. New Orleans (0-1). Mulligan. But it's not a good sign for Steve Spagnuolo and the new defense, surrendering eight scoring drives and 464 yards to a rookie quarterback. 13. New York Giants (0-1). Jints' regular season record over the last 20 games: 10-10. 14. Detroit (1-0). Sloppy opener, but maybe the Rams are better than we think. The Lions are going to have to be much better Sunday night at Candlestick. 15. Pittsburgh (0-1). Even if Ben Roethlisberger didn't gift-wrap that pick-6 to Tracy Porter, I didn't like the Steelers' chances to go the length of the field in the last couple of minutes to win. But that's not a disastrous opener for the Steelers. Roethlisberger played well, and the Steelers got good contributions from the wideouts and from an unknown back named Jonathan Dwyer. Kid runs very hard. Read more: http://sportsillustr...l#ixzz26AqsosJk
  19. Falcons present: Matt Ryan had to live with the memory of putting up zero points in 11 drives in the wild card playoff loss (24-2) to the Giants eight months ago. Sunday, he did something about it. He threw for 299 yards, 108 of them to the deep threat offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter will likely use a lot, Julio Jones, and Atlanta whacked the Chiefs 40-24. "It felt good,'' Ryan said afterward. "It actually felt good just to move on." Ryan said he felt like he was playing fast, and was playing "with as much confidence as I've ever had.'' The NFC South has been a revolving-door division in recent years -- all four teams have won the division at least once in the last five seasons -- and New Orleans could be vulnerable if Sunday's results are an indication. But Ryan is going to have to play great for the Falcons to win it. And he's going to have to beat some very good quarterbacks head-to-head. The next eight Atlanta faces: Peyton Manning (next Monday night in the Georgia Dome), Philip Rivers, Cam Newton, Robert Griffin III, Carson Palmer, Mike Vick, Tony Romo, Drew Brees Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/peter_king/09/10/Week1/index.html#ixzz26Ap8DLWF
  20. Prisco always mentions good things about us. He is a cool guy!!
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