Cole World

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  1. So you going to act like you didn't make the following comment to KFK in the thread below.

    http://boards.atlantafalcons.com/topic/4053340-the-pass-rusher-we-need-takk-mckinley/

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    1.72 split? Not impressive at 236lbs...he went undrafted....for reference, Willis was 1.59 this year.

     

    And for the record: DQ was only in SEA his first year with SEA (11 sacks) and his last year with SEA (4 sacks).

     

    Considering it was his first season as a starter...he was bound to increase his numbers based on statistical probability....

     

    Yap all you want...I dont like Tak McKinley...and comparing him to an average NFL athlete that was undrafted, took 6 NFL seasons before notching double digit sacks, and loosely connecting him to our HC isnt going to change my mind on Tak....

     

    The guy is injured and cant do private workouts for teams either...so go ahead and add him to the NOT GONNA BE A FALCON list....

    @Matt_The Iceman_Ryan forgot to tag you.


  2. 3 hours ago, Kung Fu Kenny said:

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Maybe the best way to sum up what defensive tackle Grady Jarrett means to the Atlanta Falcons is to talk to his teammates.

    Ask Takk McKinley, a defensive end who plays alongside Jarrett on the line.

    "Just how athletic he is," McKinley said of the 6-foot, 305-pound Jarrett. "For a big man like that to be able to move and be as agile as he is, it's very unique. You know how bad he wants it. Stats may not prove it sometimes, but when you look on film you see how he stands out regardless of two sacks, one sacks, whatever ... it's hurries, pressures. All of that matters. And he's our leader.

    "We go as he goes."

    Or ask six-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, who regularly lines up against Jarrett in practice.

    "He's a great player," Mack said. "He's very powerful. He's a hard body type to block because he's low to the ground and really explosive. To get those reps and to have those things in practice is really beneficial to us and our team. And he comes off the ball hard and works hard every day. The better players you have on your team, the better they make everybody."

     

    3 hours ago, Kung Fu Kenny said:
    Jarrett's versatility should help persuade the Falcons. He's known more as a nose tackle but has had success at the three-technique as well.

    "This year, I've been [playing at] nose a lot heavier kind of because of the personnel that we've got," Jarrett explained. "But I play both well. And when I'm at both, I want to be the best that I can be.

    "At nose, you're going to get a lot more doubles and you might have to be a lot more stout in the run game. Three tech, you have a lot more pass-rush options and also opportunities to make plays in the backfield. But they come at nose, too. So they kind of just come how they go. I've gotten sacks from the nose. I've gotten sacks from the three-technique. I got tackles for loss from the nose. I got tackles for loss from the three-technique."

    The Falcons got a glimpse of what life without Jarrett is like. Injury forced him to miss the Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay games earlier in the season. In those games, the Falcons allowed the Steelers and Buccaneers to convert 75 percent and 62.5 percent, respectively, on third down. And they didn't sack Ben Roethlisberger.

    Defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel never takes for granted how much Jarrett means to the unit.

    "The truck-driver has a special, unique skill set," Manuel said. "He's not 325 pounds and a 6-4 guy, but he's a combination of different things. He beats you with his get-off. His length, meaning his arms, are bigger than what people would anticipate. His speed to power is different than anybody else, almost John Randle-ish. ... Not there yet but in that conversation with the skill set that he has."

    That's why I want us to get a player like Williams, Oliver, Simmons, or trade back for Derrick Brown and maybe even Lawrence.

     

     

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  3. 1 minute ago, Bquinn_11 said:

    It’s really not that hard. You have to count every game you play. Even against those teams you play twice. Hence Strength of Schedule not Opponent.

    It’s not Strength of 13/16 Schedule. 

    I almost feel like you’re just F’n with 1970 at this point

    I did. Did you not see my break down above?

    2 of Saints 12 wins came against us. If I didn't count the 2nd game it would be 11 wins.

    Pay attention


  4. 46 minutes ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    The division games are counted twice. They are part of your schedule so to determine the Strength of Schedule you include the entire schedule.

    So 14 opponents x 14 games = 196 games. At the time of that post CAR and NO hadn't played hence the 96-94-3 (.505) record. Now that they've played the record is 98-95-3 (.508).

    Do you see how ONE game can affect the SOS? That's why it makes no sense for Tankathon to include the schedules of future opponents. There are 64 games left to be played that will effect the final SOS.

    I showed you how I got 182 games. Show me how you got 196 games through week 15


  5. 14 minutes ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    You left out the second game against the Aints which is included. Bro just run your numbers based on 182 games. They don't match any site. NFL.com, CBSS, ESPN, Tankathon, nobody's. You're the one confused.

    And how in the **** did I leave out the 2nd game against the Saints when their record is 12-2? with 2 wins coming against us?

    please explain


  6. 40 minutes ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    LMAO. If you're trying to determine the strength of schedule why do you not include the entire schedule?

    I think you are thinking about strength of opponent which is different.

     

    34 minutes ago, Cole World said:

    I am I’m trying to figure out how you are confuse

    1. Saints 2. Panthers 3. Bucs 4. Cardinals 5. Packers 6. Cowboys 7. Eagles 8. Giants 9. Redskins 10. Steelers 11. Ravens 12. Bengals 13. Browns 

    13 opponents times (x) 14 games = 182 games through week 15

    So now that we know we only play 13 opponents let add their wins and losses going in order by the way I listed them

    1. Saints 12 -2 (14 games) yes we played them twice but you can only count their record once (14 games not 28 games)

    2. Panthers 6-8 (14 games)

    3. Bucs 5-9 (14 games)

    4. Cardinals 3-11 (14 games)

    5. Packers 5-8-1 (14 games)

    6. Cowboys 8-6 (14 games)

    7. Eagles 7-7 (14 games)

    8. Giants 5-9 (14 games)

    9. Redskins 7-7 (14 games)

    10. Steelers 8-5-1 (14 games)

    11. Ravens 8-6 (14 games)

    12. Bengals 6-8 (14 games)

    13. Browns 6-7-1 (14 games)

    12+6+5+3+5+8+7+5+7+8+8+6+6=86 wins

    2+8+9+11+8+6+7+9+7+5+6+8+7=93 loses

    1+1+1= 3 ties

    86-93-3

     

     


  7. 2 minutes ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    LMAO. If you're trying to determine the strength of schedule why do you not include the entire schedule?

    I think you are thinking about strength of opponent which is different.

    I am I’m trying to figure out how you are confuse

    1. Saints 2. Panthers 3. Bucs 4. Cardinals 5. Packers 6. Cowboys 7. Eagles 8. Giants 9. Redskins 10. Steelers 11. Ravens 12. Bengals 13. Browns 

    13 opponents times (x) 14 games = 182 games through week 15


  8. 4 minutes ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    The division games are counted twice. They are part of your schedule so to determine the Strength of Schedule you include the entire schedule.

    So 14 opponents x 14 games = 196 games. At the time of that post CAR and NO hadn't played hence the 96-94-3 (.505) record. Now that they've played the record is 98-95-3 (.508).

    Do you see how ONE game can affect the SOS? That's why it makes no sense for Tankathon to include the schedules of future opponents. There are 64 games left to be played that will effect the final SOS.

    No that’s wrong we only play 13 opponents in a given season. 

    Yes we played Saints twice but you can’t count their record twice. You can only count 12 wins and 2 loses.


  9. 1 minute ago, Lornoth said:

    Doesn't this equation

    suggest you're excluding one divisional game that we've played already (Thus only counting their win/loss once)? Your number differs from his because he's adding an extra 14 games played from the Saints for us and the Bears for the Lions, whereas you're excluding one instance of those teams' games. 

    And yeah, you can count games you haven't played yet, but SoS changes quite a bit week-to-week anyway, as every team you've already played changes their record and thus readjusts your SoS, so projecting it for the future is a bit difficult to do.

    No I didn't. Look at my comment above.

    I counted Saints record W's and L's once and the same for the Bears


  10. 5 minutes ago, Lornoth said:

    Do you not count division rivals twice? They are technically part of your schedule twice, so not sure why they'd be excluded once.

    If you go back and look at the record FFS70 said it doesn't add up.

    I think what he did was take 14 games times 14 opponents and came up with his numbers.

    I'm pretty sure he counted the Saints twice and whoever else the Lions already played twice two times.


  11. On ‎12‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 1:24 PM, Lornoth said:

    That's incorrect. Detroit opponents have cumulatively won 1 single game more than ours, so we get the higher pick as of today. 

     

    On ‎12‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 1:37 PM, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    Through 14 games our opponents were 96-94-3 (.505). DET's opponents were 97-96-2 (.503). Sorry. Tank on.

    FFS70, Lornoth is actually correct so is the Tankathon website.

    You only play 13 opponents in a season with 3 of them you play twice....So thru week 15 it was a total of 182 games played (14 games x 13 opponents).

    Our record after you posted your comment is 86-93-3 (182 games) and Detroit record is 87-93-2 (games).

    Not sure where you got your numbers, but your #'s are way off as far as total games played.


  12. On ‎12‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 1:37 PM, FalconFanSince1970 said:

    Through 14 games our opponents were 96-94-3 (.505). DET's opponents were 97-96-2 (.503). Sorry. Tank on.

    Curious on how you calculated your numbers because it off by a game on both ends. I know you did it prior to the Saints-Panthers game but I went ahead and added it and it's still off for both Det and Atl.

    14 Games vs. 13 opponents = 182 total games played thru week 15

    your total for Det 97+96+2 = 195 games

    yours total for Atl (prior to NO-Car) 96+94+3 = 193 games (195 games after CAR-NO)