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  1. I thought I was crazy for going down this line thank you for the information
  2. I do like Joe DeCamillis by don't know if it's ready to be a head coach https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_DeCamillis
  3. I'm curious why you think it's a bad idea
  4. What you guys think of going after I specials teams coordinator to be falcons new head, coach?
  5. I think might wanna go after I special teams coordinator to be a new head coach they have to know about defense and offense.
  6. we have had 2 back to back loses seasons Arthur Blank have never kept a head coach after that
  7. even if we win this game we don't really win lol I really don't care about the draft pick I'm talking about the tougher schedule on paper wow WATCH: Falcons & Buccaneers to battle for second place in the NFC South Dave Holcomb When the Atlanta Falcons headed into their bye week at the beginning of November, there were barely two teams below them in the entire NFL standings. But that has changed dramatically. If the Falcons win again this Sunday, there will be two teams below Atlanta in the NFC South. In Tampa Bay during Week 17, the Falcons and Buccaneers will be fighting for second place in the NFC South. Second place won't be rewarded with a playoff appearance in January, but second place will mean a couple different things heading into next season. For one, the team that wins at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday will have a worse draft pick this April. The Falcons owned a Top 3 pick at the beginning of November but with a 5-2 record since the bye week, the Falcons have fallen to about the middle of the first round. A win Sunday could drop them even further and past No. 14, where the team selected in the first round a year ago. But there's even more on the line than the 2020 draft Sunday. The winner of the Falcons-Buccaneers showdown will earn a harder schedule on paper for the 2020 season. The NFC South will play the NFC North and AFC West next fall. That won't change regardless of who wins Sunday, but if the Falcons beat the Buccaneers, they will also draw the second place team in the NFC West and East as well. Depending on what else happens in Week 17, that could mean the Falcons play either the Seahawks or 49ers and the Cowboys or Eagles next season. If the Falcons lose Sunday, they will face the Giants and Rams next fall instead. The draft and free agency can change things, but the NFC South third-place schedule appears much easier on paper for 2020. https://www.si.com/nfl/falcons/news/atlanta-falcons-tampa-bay-buccaneers-nfc-south-second-place-2020-nfl-draft-order
  8. I fully agree with you
  9. thanks for the information julio jones
  10. I think it might be michael vick
  11. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Garrett I'm actually yes after I got done reading about him lol he has a better win percentage DQ. I do think I'll to author blank will bring in the correct people to solve the problem.
  12. I like all of these guys on the falcons Arthur blank make it happen lol President & CEO AND General Manager: Ron Hill Scouting Operations Consultant Hill boasts nearly 40 years of NFL personnel experience, having worked with a plethora of teams including the Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars. He also spent eight years at the NFL as its Vice President of Football Operations. In this role, Hill will work closely with college football personnel to identify prospects for the Collegiate Bowl. http://collegiate.nflpa.com/recruiting/ Assistant General Manager: Dane Vandernat brings 10 years of NFL personnel and scouting experience to this role, having worked his way up the ranks within the Oakland Raiders organization. He got his start as a player personnel assistant in 2009 before becoming a pro scout for the team two years later. In 2015, Vandernat was promoted to Oakland’s director of pro personnel, where he oversaw daily operations, worked closely with the team’s general manager and evaluated prospective players. Von Hutchins Scout Southeastern Region Von Hutchins joins the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl staff after spending the past seven years with the Oakland Raiders – five as a pro scout and two as assistant director of pro scouting. Prior to this, he played six seasons in the NFL (2004-2009), with the Indianapolis Colts, before spending time with the Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons. David McCloughan Scout -- Western Region David McCloughan was a 4-year letter winner in both football and track at Colorado before being drafted into the NFL, where he spent four seasons with Indianapolis, Green Bay and Seattle. McCloughan went on to be a college scout for the Oakland Raiders; a director of college scouting with San Francisco 49ers; and, an area and cross check college scout with the Raiders before joining the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Raleigh McKenzie Scout -- Northeastern Region Raleigh McKenzie played 16 seasons in the NFL, winning two Super Bowls with the Washington Redskins. The All-Pro offensive lineman also had stints with the Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers and Green Bay Packers. McKenzie went on to serve seven years as a college scout with the Oakland Raiders before joining the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl staff. http://collegiate.nflpa.com/recruiting/