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    datchrisb1 reacted to FalconFanSince1969 in How to Fix the Falcons in 2020 Offseason   
    Not very realistic but I like it.
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    datchrisb1 reacted to HASHBROWN3 in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    Whatever was posted above LOL.
    I stuck with it longer this time datchrisb1.  I watched it again on my laptop while I wasn’t distracted & I do see what he’s capable of when he’s locked in.  Nice, swim/arm over move & power when he applies himself.
     
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from vitaman in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    Scweitzer I think is a free agent, even still not high on him or Brown, Carpenter can't stay healthy. Both could serve as starters this year at guard, eventual replacement for Mack. Competition is a great motivator at the end of the day.
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Vandy in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    1. Bengals- Joe Burrow QB (LSU)
    2. Redskins- Chase Young DE (Ohio ST)
    3. Lions- Jeff Okudah CB (Ohio ST)
    4. Giants- Jedrick Willis OT (Alabama)
    5. Dolphins- Tua Tagouvailo QB (Alabama)
    6. Chargers- Justin Herbert QB (Oregon)
    7. Panthers- Isaiah Simmons LB (Clemson)
    8. Cardinals- Andrew Thomas OT (UGA)
    9. Jacksonville- Javon Kinlaw DT (South Carolina)
    10. Browns- Mekhi Becton OT (Louisville)
    11. Jets- Derrick Brown DT (Auburn)
    12. Raiders- Jerry Jeudy WR (Alabama)
    13. Colts- CeeDee Lamb WR (Oklahoma)
    14. Bucs- Tristan Wirfs OT/OG (Iowa)
    15. Broncos- Laviska Shenult WR (Colorado)
    16. Falcons- Grant Delpit S (LSU)- Get the best talent best fit player left on the board. He will be the eraser we need on the back end of our defense and will also allow us to be more flexible as he can play high and low.
     
    ROUND 2: Jordan Elliot DT (Missouri)- I like this guy better than Derrick Brown. Initially he was a late first, seems to be sliding in the process. He is just as stout, not as quick as Brown but he has a more complete game and offers more as a pass rusher. On tape you can tell he has taken the time to master his craft.
     
    ROUND 2: Ross Blalock DT/DE (TCU)- I would play him on the edge kind of how we play Clayborn, at 300 lbs he has exceptional movement skills.
     
    ROUND 3: Ben Cleveland OG/OC (UGA)- Another guy I'm surprised at as far as the process so far. He is a massive long dude he will be a plus as far as talent in both our run and pass game.
     
    ROUND 4: Jonah Jackson OG/OT (Ohio ST)- Another massive guy with versatility. Continue to upgrade the trenches.
     
    ROUND 5: A.J. Dillon RB/FB (Boston College)- I miss Michael Turner. Like the burner Turner especially the San Diego years, he was a big back but was able to operate in the run game as a smaller back because of his ability to reach the holes provided. Holes close fast in the league, Watch his initial burst once he reads the blocking, he is going to be something in the league.
     
    ROUND 7: Alvin Davis FS/CB (Akron)- Special teams, corner and safety depth. More speed on the back end.
     
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Knight of God in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    1. Bengals- Joe Burrow QB (LSU)
    2. Redskins- Chase Young DE (Ohio ST)
    3. Lions- Jeff Okudah CB (Ohio ST)
    4. Giants- Jedrick Willis OT (Alabama)
    5. Dolphins- Tua Tagouvailo QB (Alabama)
    6. Chargers- Justin Herbert QB (Oregon)
    7. Panthers- Isaiah Simmons LB (Clemson)
    8. Cardinals- Andrew Thomas OT (UGA)
    9. Jacksonville- Javon Kinlaw DT (South Carolina)
    10. Browns- Mekhi Becton OT (Louisville)
    11. Jets- Derrick Brown DT (Auburn)
    12. Raiders- Jerry Jeudy WR (Alabama)
    13. Colts- CeeDee Lamb WR (Oklahoma)
    14. Bucs- Tristan Wirfs OT/OG (Iowa)
    15. Broncos- Laviska Shenult WR (Colorado)
    16. Falcons- Grant Delpit S (LSU)- Get the best talent best fit player left on the board. He will be the eraser we need on the back end of our defense and will also allow us to be more flexible as he can play high and low.
     
    ROUND 2: Jordan Elliot DT (Missouri)- I like this guy better than Derrick Brown. Initially he was a late first, seems to be sliding in the process. He is just as stout, not as quick as Brown but he has a more complete game and offers more as a pass rusher. On tape you can tell he has taken the time to master his craft.
     
    ROUND 2: Ross Blalock DT/DE (TCU)- I would play him on the edge kind of how we play Clayborn, at 300 lbs he has exceptional movement skills.
     
    ROUND 3: Ben Cleveland OG/OC (UGA)- Another guy I'm surprised at as far as the process so far. He is a massive long dude he will be a plus as far as talent in both our run and pass game.
     
    ROUND 4: Jonah Jackson OG/OT (Ohio ST)- Another massive guy with versatility. Continue to upgrade the trenches.
     
    ROUND 5: A.J. Dillon RB/FB (Boston College)- I miss Michael Turner. Like the burner Turner especially the San Diego years, he was a big back but was able to operate in the run game as a smaller back because of his ability to reach the holes provided. Holes close fast in the league, Watch his initial burst once he reads the blocking, he is going to be something in the league.
     
    ROUND 7: Alvin Davis FS/CB (Akron)- Special teams, corner and safety depth. More speed on the back end.
     
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from MSalmon in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    Scweitzer I think is a free agent, even still not high on him or Brown, Carpenter can't stay healthy. Both could serve as starters this year at guard, eventual replacement for Mack. Competition is a great motivator at the end of the day.
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Falcster in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    1. Bengals- Joe Burrow QB (LSU)
    2. Redskins- Chase Young DE (Ohio ST)
    3. Lions- Jeff Okudah CB (Ohio ST)
    4. Giants- Jedrick Willis OT (Alabama)
    5. Dolphins- Tua Tagouvailo QB (Alabama)
    6. Chargers- Justin Herbert QB (Oregon)
    7. Panthers- Isaiah Simmons LB (Clemson)
    8. Cardinals- Andrew Thomas OT (UGA)
    9. Jacksonville- Javon Kinlaw DT (South Carolina)
    10. Browns- Mekhi Becton OT (Louisville)
    11. Jets- Derrick Brown DT (Auburn)
    12. Raiders- Jerry Jeudy WR (Alabama)
    13. Colts- CeeDee Lamb WR (Oklahoma)
    14. Bucs- Tristan Wirfs OT/OG (Iowa)
    15. Broncos- Laviska Shenult WR (Colorado)
    16. Falcons- Grant Delpit S (LSU)- Get the best talent best fit player left on the board. He will be the eraser we need on the back end of our defense and will also allow us to be more flexible as he can play high and low.
     
    ROUND 2: Jordan Elliot DT (Missouri)- I like this guy better than Derrick Brown. Initially he was a late first, seems to be sliding in the process. He is just as stout, not as quick as Brown but he has a more complete game and offers more as a pass rusher. On tape you can tell he has taken the time to master his craft.
     
    ROUND 2: Ross Blalock DT/DE (TCU)- I would play him on the edge kind of how we play Clayborn, at 300 lbs he has exceptional movement skills.
     
    ROUND 3: Ben Cleveland OG/OC (UGA)- Another guy I'm surprised at as far as the process so far. He is a massive long dude he will be a plus as far as talent in both our run and pass game.
     
    ROUND 4: Jonah Jackson OG/OT (Ohio ST)- Another massive guy with versatility. Continue to upgrade the trenches.
     
    ROUND 5: A.J. Dillon RB/FB (Boston College)- I miss Michael Turner. Like the burner Turner especially the San Diego years, he was a big back but was able to operate in the run game as a smaller back because of his ability to reach the holes provided. Holes close fast in the league, Watch his initial burst once he reads the blocking, he is going to be something in the league.
     
    ROUND 7: Alvin Davis FS/CB (Akron)- Special teams, corner and safety depth. More speed on the back end.
     
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    datchrisb1 reacted to 1989Fan in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    I have a feeling that Delpit won’t be the top safety taken (I’m considering Simmons LB). Give me McKinney over Delpit personally, but could get behind either. That said, we have 2 starting caliber FS already under contract, don’t see the team adding a 3rd w the 16th pick...a lot can change from now to sprin* though.
    like the Blacklock pick. Would be a great grab should he last that long. Same w J. Jackson, rumors were he could be a big riser after senior bowl week, some saying he is the top guard now in the class. Could be a round 2 guy.
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Rings in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    1. Bengals- Joe Burrow QB (LSU)
    2. Redskins- Chase Young DE (Ohio ST)
    3. Lions- Jeff Okudah CB (Ohio ST)
    4. Giants- Jedrick Willis OT (Alabama)
    5. Dolphins- Tua Tagouvailo QB (Alabama)
    6. Chargers- Justin Herbert QB (Oregon)
    7. Panthers- Isaiah Simmons LB (Clemson)
    8. Cardinals- Andrew Thomas OT (UGA)
    9. Jacksonville- Javon Kinlaw DT (South Carolina)
    10. Browns- Mekhi Becton OT (Louisville)
    11. Jets- Derrick Brown DT (Auburn)
    12. Raiders- Jerry Jeudy WR (Alabama)
    13. Colts- CeeDee Lamb WR (Oklahoma)
    14. Bucs- Tristan Wirfs OT/OG (Iowa)
    15. Broncos- Laviska Shenult WR (Colorado)
    16. Falcons- Grant Delpit S (LSU)- Get the best talent best fit player left on the board. He will be the eraser we need on the back end of our defense and will also allow us to be more flexible as he can play high and low.
     
    ROUND 2: Jordan Elliot DT (Missouri)- I like this guy better than Derrick Brown. Initially he was a late first, seems to be sliding in the process. He is just as stout, not as quick as Brown but he has a more complete game and offers more as a pass rusher. On tape you can tell he has taken the time to master his craft.
     
    ROUND 2: Ross Blalock DT/DE (TCU)- I would play him on the edge kind of how we play Clayborn, at 300 lbs he has exceptional movement skills.
     
    ROUND 3: Ben Cleveland OG/OC (UGA)- Another guy I'm surprised at as far as the process so far. He is a massive long dude he will be a plus as far as talent in both our run and pass game.
     
    ROUND 4: Jonah Jackson OG/OT (Ohio ST)- Another massive guy with versatility. Continue to upgrade the trenches.
     
    ROUND 5: A.J. Dillon RB/FB (Boston College)- I miss Michael Turner. Like the burner Turner especially the San Diego years, he was a big back but was able to operate in the run game as a smaller back because of his ability to reach the holes provided. Holes close fast in the league, Watch his initial burst once he reads the blocking, he is going to be something in the league.
     
    ROUND 7: Alvin Davis FS/CB (Akron)- Special teams, corner and safety depth. More speed on the back end.
     
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    datchrisb1 reacted to OilFuturesTrader19 in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    Love AJ Dillon. I think he's the best RB in the draft.  Won't be there in the 5th
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    datchrisb1 reacted to papachaz in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    can move him up though since Cleveland is going back to UGA   
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Charles Wright in Mock Draft Post Senior Bowl   
    1. Bengals- Joe Burrow QB (LSU)
    2. Redskins- Chase Young DE (Ohio ST)
    3. Lions- Jeff Okudah CB (Ohio ST)
    4. Giants- Jedrick Willis OT (Alabama)
    5. Dolphins- Tua Tagouvailo QB (Alabama)
    6. Chargers- Justin Herbert QB (Oregon)
    7. Panthers- Isaiah Simmons LB (Clemson)
    8. Cardinals- Andrew Thomas OT (UGA)
    9. Jacksonville- Javon Kinlaw DT (South Carolina)
    10. Browns- Mekhi Becton OT (Louisville)
    11. Jets- Derrick Brown DT (Auburn)
    12. Raiders- Jerry Jeudy WR (Alabama)
    13. Colts- CeeDee Lamb WR (Oklahoma)
    14. Bucs- Tristan Wirfs OT/OG (Iowa)
    15. Broncos- Laviska Shenult WR (Colorado)
    16. Falcons- Grant Delpit S (LSU)- Get the best talent best fit player left on the board. He will be the eraser we need on the back end of our defense and will also allow us to be more flexible as he can play high and low.
     
    ROUND 2: Jordan Elliot DT (Missouri)- I like this guy better than Derrick Brown. Initially he was a late first, seems to be sliding in the process. He is just as stout, not as quick as Brown but he has a more complete game and offers more as a pass rusher. On tape you can tell he has taken the time to master his craft.
     
    ROUND 2: Ross Blalock DT/DE (TCU)- I would play him on the edge kind of how we play Clayborn, at 300 lbs he has exceptional movement skills.
     
    ROUND 3: Ben Cleveland OG/OC (UGA)- Another guy I'm surprised at as far as the process so far. He is a massive long dude he will be a plus as far as talent in both our run and pass game.
     
    ROUND 4: Jonah Jackson OG/OT (Ohio ST)- Another massive guy with versatility. Continue to upgrade the trenches.
     
    ROUND 5: A.J. Dillon RB/FB (Boston College)- I miss Michael Turner. Like the burner Turner especially the San Diego years, he was a big back but was able to operate in the run game as a smaller back because of his ability to reach the holes provided. Holes close fast in the league, Watch his initial burst once he reads the blocking, he is going to be something in the league.
     
    ROUND 7: Alvin Davis FS/CB (Akron)- Special teams, corner and safety depth. More speed on the back end.
     
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from The O.D.B in Joe Gaziano, looks good   
    Would be a steal if he's still on the board after the 3rd round in my opinion.
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    datchrisb1 reacted to The O.D.B in Joe Gaziano, looks good   
    Joe Gaziano*, DE, Northwestern
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 275.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.79.
    Projected Round (2020): 4-6.
    12/14/19: Gaziano totaled 49 tackles with nine sacks, three forced fumbles and five passes batted in 2019. He is a good college player, but may not have the skill set to turn into a starting-caliber player in the NFL.

    6/29/19: In 2018, Gaziano had 44 tackles with 12.5 for a loss, 7.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and three passes batted. He needs to improve his run defense and get faster at getting to the quarterback. A lot of his sacks have been coverage sacks due to showing good effort.

    Gaziano was one of the Wildcats' top defenders in 2017 to help form a tough defense. He totaled nine sacks, 36 tackles, 12.5 tackles for a loss, four forced fumbles and five passes batted on the year. That was an impressive improvement over his redshirt freshman season of 24 tackles, 6.5 for a loss, 4.5 sacks and two passes batted.
     
     
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    datchrisb1 reacted to JDaveG in Thomas Dimitroff’s mounting roster failures and cap decisions have doomed the Falcons   
    Not a fan of Matthew Chambers at all, but this is a solid piece.
    The thing is, I don't blame the team for drafting o-line in the moment.  The question is why was o-line such a pressing need in that moment that we trade picks to get a second lineman?  The answer is, because Thomas Dimitroff is always chasing it.  He's never simply solidifying the team.  He's looking for that one final piece after having ignored all the other pieces for years.  It's why we drafted Julio in exchange for 5 picks in 2011.  It's why we drafted Matthews in 2014.  It's why we drafted Beasley in 2015.  It's why we doubled up on o-linemen this year.  Because he doesn't try to close the barn door until all the cattle have already departed.  He "drafts for need" to a fault.  And because of that, we always have needs that outweigh the talent that inevitably falls to us in the draft, and so we draft to fill those holes instead of drafting to improve the team overall.
    Good teams don't do that.  The Packers don't.  The Patriots don't.  The Steelers don't.  No good team does.  Bad teams chase after perceived needs.  Good teams draft great players and develop them and fill the holes in free agency.  It's easier because that draft philosophy leaves you with fewer holes to fill.
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    datchrisb1 reacted to red falcon in Rb issues and Quinn   
    Free has had ball security issues all season. 
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    datchrisb1 reacted to WisFalcon in Join me as a New Patriots fan and together we can Rule the Galaxy!( And Win a Championship!!)   
    Today I got Chipotle. I was going to get a burger and a part of me really wanted one but I decide I was going with the chipotle. I’ve had enough of the bread and meat and just decided it was time to roll with the rice and chicken with some fajita mix as well. Oh and cheese. I bet more people cared about my dinner choice than your post
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    datchrisb1 reacted to SoldMySoul in Will Beasley be traded make your Predictions   
    That was my thinking. Good call.
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from GreggT in Will Beasley be traded make your Predictions   
    Why give up a draft pick and take his salary considering his poor production this year when he's a free agent the next year? Who wants to take on a DE at 12 mil with no sacks and 3 pressures on the QB out of 7 games?
     
    I said No simply because I don't see any team that dumb or desperate to make that trade.
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from SoldMySoul in Will Beasley be traded make your Predictions   
    Why give up a draft pick and take his salary considering his poor production this year when he's a free agent the next year? Who wants to take on a DE at 12 mil with no sacks and 3 pressures on the QB out of 7 games?
     
    I said No simply because I don't see any team that dumb or desperate to make that trade.
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Knight of God in Mock Offseason First Quarter   
    Retain: Tyeler Davison DT, Steven Means DE, Austin Hooper TE, Deondre Campbell LB, JJ. Wilcox S, Matt Bryant K, Jermaine Grace LB, Matt Bosher PK
    Free Agents: Jamar Taylor CB, Matt Judon DE, Josh Callaway DE
     
    Round 1: Raekwon Davis DT (Alabama)
     
    Round 2: Kenny Willekes DE (Michigan State)
     
    Round 3: Troy Pride CB (Notre Dame)
     
    Round 4: Joe Burrow QB (LSU)
     
    Round 5: Jauan Jennings WR (Tennessee)
     
    Round 6 (trade both 7th round picks): Xavier Lewis S (Southeastern Louisiana)
     
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Stevo in We need to keep Quinn   
    Sad to state this but the fans and the bottom line plays more of a factor in the head coach staying than we realize. With Mike Tomlin, Andy Reid and Jason Garrett, those fans are more supportive of those teams, even in losing seasons. Arrowhead and Heinz field sale out on losing seasons, Cowboys are "America's team" very supportive, there everywhere. They wanted Jason Garrett gone every year for the past half a decade at least, still came to the game and he's still coaching the team. We don't operate like that sad to say. I don't have room to talk, been to the Benz 3 times since it opened, can't afford the tickets. I would say we the consumer probably play a 50% role in this at least.
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    datchrisb1 reacted to The O.D.B in We need to keep Quinn   
    We need to keep Quinn. I listened to the game on the radio, while driving from Cali to AZ (shaking my head all the way),  so, there is nothing from today that's changed my mind on this. I don't  know how I have any faith left to make this statement but, I do have faith.
    Letting go of Quinn will give Matt yet another learning curve to deal with as he's nearing the last part of his career.
    Letting go of Quinn will likely mean the dismantling of the greatest Falcons roster to ever take the field.
    Arthur once said when he took over the Falcons, he talked to all the storied franchises in the NFL for some tips and all told him that not to jump to hasty decisions because stability is more important. guys like Mike Tomlin, Andy Reid and Jason Garrett would not have jobs today if not for those franchises valuing stability and a guy like Shanahan might be on the street after two years of injury without valuing stability.
    At the end of Smitty's tenure I didn't want to see his time end over 2 injury riddled seasons but, I could tell it was time, I don't think the same with DQ. DQ went down the same road a Smitty, in feeling some heat after the first injury season and then, making changes to try and insure success the next, to the same results thus far, a mistake for sure. In his tenure this team has been competitive more often than it's not.
    This season is likely lost at this point and I have no reasonable argument for how things are so bad. I do hate DKs play-calling and whatever changes DQ made on defense is making everyone look like they just got the playbook yesterday but, these are things that should be fixed by now so, I'm at a loss.
    Removing DQ is a mistake. I can feel this with every cell of my being. Given my disgust and frustration for this season, as well as the inherent frustration and disgust that goes along with being a Falcons fan, It's not easy to say this. I don't believe he's lost the team, I don't believe he's forgot how to coach, I don't believe HC/DC is too much for him. I do believe it's easier to win again with someone you've already won with previously and I believe a Quinn dismissal costs us more than this season, I believe it costs us our foreseeable future.   
     
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    datchrisb1 got a reaction from Emmitt in You're not going to believe this new Falcons stat until you see it!   
    If my QB throws for 4 tds, +300 yards and 0 picks he did his job. If WE the team didn't get the win, I'm upset with the defense. But A I'm weird like that.
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