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  1. I'm not going to say it..... but.... I will say this, we had to get a WORKHORSE RB! After no longer having Freeman and Coleman anymore.
  2. Huge signing for the Falcons' D-line and pass rush! Now we just have to nail the draft perfectly now. It won't be easy given the history of our front office, but we just have to see.
  3. The NFC South has always been a strong QB led division, why would this upcoming year be any different?
  4. Tom Brady has had 11 or 12+ win seasons for almost all his career and we're 0-6 vs. him. Since 2017, the Saints have won the division every year and they've had 13 wins back to back years. Teddy Bridgewater owned the Falcons when he was in Minnesota, so I don't wanna hear it, while we on the other hand have been 7-9 the last 2 seasons in cap **** at the moment. We're going to have to nail the draft and free agency 100% for us to go anywhere next season.
  5. Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Teddy Bridgewater are who the Falcons are gonna have to deal with now 6 times on the 2020 schedule.... yikes.
  6. The NFC South with an old Drew Brees and an old Tom Brady should be very interesting, then you have Teddy Bridgewater with the Panthers who didn't do so bad as a backup with the Saints, so the Falcons could be in for a rude awakening in 2020.
  7. Beating Brady with the Bucs will mean more to me than beating a Belichick coached Patriots team without Brady in 2021. The Falcons beating the Patriots in 2021 for the first time since 1998 won't do s**t for me, it'll feel no different than beating any other mediocre AFC East team.
  8. Thank you so much for 2015 and 2016 Freeman. Will never forget. Your shifty moves made up for the mistakes our O-line would make. I hate how after Freeman got his contract he just went downhill from there and got hurt many times. A running back's life in the NFL is very short. They take lots of hits and carry a huge load for the offense & run game. With that being said, the Falcons have to draft a couple of running backs in the 2020 draft, and one of those backs has to be a workhorse back who weighs a lot, not a quick light speedy back. The Falcons don't have the personnel at running back right now to be a contender. Not at all. Brian Hill and Ito Smith aren't starting caliber RB's, but they are good as backups tho.
  9. Desmond Trufant only started 2 playoff games for the Falcons (and was part of 1 win) in his 7 year career with the Falcons. He would have helped us tremendously against the Patriots in the Super Bowl, but too bad he was injured before the postseason began that year, but bottom line, we won our 2 previous division titles without him. It's sad because he had a lot more potential but he was nothing more than an average corner TBH. It was the correct move.
  10. We say this about Georgia over and over again, yet, South Carolina was in the Final Four a few years ago, Auburn (from the state of Alabama who is mainly college football & nothing else) was in the Final Four last year and this year they're even more powerful than last season, Florida has had deep NCAA tournament runs and a couple of championships, and Tennessee has had some deep runs before too. I get tired of the excuses for the state of Georgia in sports time & time again, also, of all the 14 SEC basketball programs, Georgia has the longest drought without a NCAA tournament win, I'm not even kidding. Our last NCAA tournament win was around the late 90's or early 00's.
  11. That's what's so tricky. Everyone knows this upcoming NBA draft class is no where near as good as last year or even the year before that with Trae Young and Luca Doncic. Last year's class had players like Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett, De'Andre Hunter, Cam Reddish, Jaxson Hayes, Darius Garland, Coby White, and so forth. It was super live and hyped with exciting players everywhere. If Anthony Edwards was in last year's draft or even the year before I don't even think he'd be top 5, but since his upcoming draft class is so weak he's be the top pick right now which says a lot.
  12. I’m now starting to question, as talented as Anthony Edwards is, is he really a finished product yet? Honestly it would benefit this Georgia basketball team if everybody returned for 2020-2021, but of course that’s not going to happen.
  13. Thank you guys for all the birthday wishes and thank you @ya_boi_j for the thread & big shoutout! Means a lot!
  14. Well said vel. I don't have a good feeling about the Falcons next season if this BS keeps it up. At some point I get sick and tired of the way Dimitroff handles these contracts it's irritating me so much.
  15. I remember in 2012 when Keith Marshall came out of HS as the 5 star and Gurley came out of HS as the 4 star, Gurley ended up being the way better player straight from his freshman year. Chubb was a 5 star I believe but I don't think anyone expected him to be "that good" straight from his freshman year, so you never know. Daijun Edwards is a home grown guy from South Georgia too, and as @Carter quoted from the Chad Simmons interview, UGA has been trying to recruit him since he was a freshman in HS, and he quoted the rest of the good facts about Daijun Edwards. Zach Evans is a beast, no doubt about it, but he's from Texas, and honestly with us having Daijun Edwards now I could care less where Zach Evans go unless it's an arch SEC rival of UGA, but I'd still love to have Zach Evans too.