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  1. Ryan has really never been known for his arm strength...and I don't think he has lost much...his accuracy was what he has been known for. I've said this in previous posts, but he truly looks like a guy with no confidence in the playcalling...very hesitant and unsure....seems tentative whenever he throws. I don't know...just thinking out loud. This game was such a dud. Taints that pass from Gage
  2. What's your opinion....Ryan? Koetter? IMO, Ryan doesn't look confident...like he's unsure of the play or too worried about making a mistake. It's weird because he was usually fearless and took a lot of chances. But I guess it does come down to Koetter and his predictable conservative play-calling. Heck I don't know. I get too emotional about the team sometimes to see what the truth is.
  3. What I don't get is why does the offense CONTINUE to look like they're in slow motion? That entire side of the ball seems like they are indecisive and are too worried about making a mistake. I don't see any swagger, any confidence, and everyone seems to have a slight bit of confusion. And I don't want to say "Koetter sucks" (even though he does), but there is way too much talent on offense to have played like they have this year, for the most part. Ryan has usually excelled at no huddle/hurry-up...why in the heck don't they just decide to do this mid-first quarter to shake thin
  4. Ok...I'll admit the term "always" was too strong...but when I read this story I thought of three things instantly - 1) Deion's pick six with the 49ers 2) Jeff George coming back to ATL with the Raiders and winning 3) Keith Brooking mocking the dirty bird on the Cowboy's sideline. I'm not dramatic bro...yeah sometimes I get emotional but so what? I didn't realize you were so much better than others on here.
  5. Wonderful...Beasley will probably top that Rams game from 2016 and Takk will have the announcers going "How did the Falcons let this guy go???" Got a sick feeling...crap like this ALWAYS comes back to haunt us.
  6. Until Morris figures out a way to put a game away in the 4th quarter, he's not even in my consideration for HC next year. I am so sick of not being able to enjoy a game knowing ATL will always let the other team make it close in the 4th.
  7. I was just talking about modern times, but yes that Dallas game will forever haunt me. The 1980 Falcons were such a good team and choked it away.
  8. Sadly this "theme" started back in the 2012 season (2013 actual game) against SF in the NFC Championship, in my opinion. ATL had a 24-14 lead at halftime and blew it..not one point in the second half. Even though the scores don't reflect it, the two playoff games for the 2106 season had me really worried for a little while, honestly. And of course the Super Bowl. I think I'm so shell-shocked when ATL is leading in the 4th quarter that I can't relax. Going into the 4th quarter this week they were up 27-6. There is absolutely NO reason I shouldn't be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy
  9. Good...that's about all I can say without cursing 😁
  10. I took a class in college called "Sports Psychology". There was a term we were taught called 'learned helplessness'. So when things start looking doubtful, you start thinking "here we go again". I can see it almost every weekend.
  11. I give one year under a new GM/HC to see what Ryan and Julio can do. I know both are on the other side of their prime...but I say give it one more year. That being said, I do think its time to draft a QB to sit behind Ryan for a year or so.
  12. As a UGA fan, this is at least one bright spot on the ATL season 😜
  13. I'm just not sold on Lawrence. I stated this in another topic, but I just don't see "franchise QB" when I watch him. I really wish I could put my finger on why, its just a gut feeling.
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