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    Charles Wright got a reaction from Turkeydawg in Baltimore man makes his statement   
    Charles is an American, a United States citizen! If I were black, I would still seek the best for OUR country. All races have fought and died for OUR country, that so many want to just kick to the curb. 
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    Charles Wright got a reaction from Turkeydawg in Baltimore man makes his statement   
    I just plainly agree with his views of our country. I also believe Trump, ego maniac that he is, is leading our country to much better things. I absolutely oppose globalist one world government that is trying to destroy our country. You want socialism/communism? Go live in one of those countries and try to speak out about ANYTHING. See how you like it then. 
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    Charles Wright reacted to Turkeydawg in Don Lemon and Sheriff debate   
    I don’t watch Fox News.  I think all politicians just pander to their audience.  
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    Charles Wright reacted to g-dawg in Kendall Sheffield - Film Study   
    if you recall,  the kid was coming off some type of leg injury and couldn't run at the combine.  Throw in the transfer from Bama to Ohio State which probably cost him some standing/playing time at both schools and you have the recipe' for a sleeper/hidden gem.
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    Charles Wright reacted to Vandy in Kendall Sheffield - Film Study   
    Shocking this kid lasted until 4th round with his talent.
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    Charles Wright reacted to FalconsIn2012 in Kendall Sheffield - Film Study   
    Some pretty nice stuff in here...hopefully he is still in the slot this year.  Our defense was way better once he replaced Kazee
     
     
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    Charles Wright reacted to WhenFalconsWin in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Or dyed...pool or a pond
     
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    Charles Wright got a reaction from MoFalconsFan56 in Do you think that Steve Sarkisian would have gone on to be a great offensive coordinator if the Falcons would have given him more time?   
    It was pretty much inevitable after we sank an entire draft into JJ. My belief is Blank wanted a fireworks, explosive offense. He puts his stamp on the team way too much!
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    Charles Wright reacted to Faithful Falcon in Do you think that Steve Sarkisian would have gone on to be a great offensive coordinator if the Falcons would have given him more time?   
    The problem with Sark is that he was dealt a low blow on day one. Quinn wanted him to emulate Shanahan's System.
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    Charles Wright reacted to FalconFanSince1970 in Do you think that Steve Sarkisian would have gone on to be a great offensive coordinator if the Falcons would have given him more time?   
    Shanny is off limits Kiwi. He ain't comin back to ATL. What part of this don't you understand? Not even sure I want him back. He blows Lombardies at a high rate. I'll take what we have at this point. And by the way,  Mularkey had three top 10 scoring offenses in his four years as our OC. His only season as our OC that wasn't a Top 10 scoring offense was the 2009 season which was injury plagued. Just look at the missed games:
    Matt Ryan (2) Michael Turner (5) Ovie Mughelli (2) Jerious Norwood (6) Harry Douglas (16) Brian Finneran (6) Michael Jenkins (1) Jason Snelling (2) Harvey Dahl (5) Sam Baker (2) Justin Peele (1) Despite the injuries, Mike Mularkey still helped take us to our first ever back to back winning season in franchise history. I got to watch them get that back to back against TB at my spot with my man @capologist. Snelling went off. Back to Back. Smash Mouth!!! Go watch it on Game Pass. Still free. All 22, condensed or full game. Your choice. The tape don’t lie bro. Check it out.
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    Charles Wright reacted to FalconFanSince1970 in Do you think that Steve Sarkisian would have gone on to be a great offensive coordinator if the Falcons would have given him more time?   
    Could have stayed smash mouth and won a Bowl by 2012. Got cute. Got explosive. These NFL defenses can't handle smash mouth. See BAL and TEN. We started out at a (.688) clip running smash mouth. Since we've gone explosive we dropped to (.528). In the last two seasons the explosives have sunk to (.438) with no playoff berths. Not too explosive bro.
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Which of these can you dispute? This has been happening for the past 3 decades. Only thing he missed is increase the prison population. Joe Biden took care of that one in hue 1994 crime bill
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Dude it's exactly what's happening. Have you missed the neo-Marxist riots? The DNC has come VERY close to running a socialist for president 2 cycles in a row. Marxist ideology is being pushed hard core in Western societies. NYT runs Chinese propaganda in their papers. I mean they published an op-ed from the Chinese ambassador himself pushing the CCP coronavirus agenda. Their China Watch section is written by the state run media of the CCP.
    https://dailycaller.com/2020/01/15/washington-post-nyt-china-watch-propaganda-freedom-house/
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    While this didn't happen as posted Kruschev was well known for anti-capitalist rants and wanted to destroy the US. 
     
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    He hated capitalism. There is video of him shouting at Nixon about Marxist ideology. Was every bit as radical as Lenin and Stalin.
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    I think the point he's making is that Communisms plan for western society has always been to destroy it. There is a plan for that which includes attacking the family unit, and systems of faith for example. Things are becoming inverted in our society. Good is evil, evil is good. Anti-facsits are facsists, anti-racists are racist, BLM only as long as they are aligned with far left. Black conservatives are not only being ignored but openly being called n*****s, uncle Tom etc by the white guilt liberal anti-racists. Justice is vengeance, criminals are martyrs, religious faith is a sign of ignorance, ignorance is enlightenment. Gender is an identity, identity is group-think. Rioters are peaceful, terrorists are venerated, history being erased etc...etc...etc... Institutions of higher learning do not allow individual thought, and students are openly punished for independent thought. They are nothing but institutions of indoctrination that charge tens of hundreds of thousands of dollars for useless degrees in gender study, lesbian dance and other liberal myths.I
    Communism is an evil ideology which has killed more people (citizens of that system) in the last 100 years than both world wars, civil and revolutionary wars (1776, 1812)  combined.
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Lol. And it was deleted when it was discovered what he said. White liberals are calling g black conservatives/ and cops n******, uncle toms etc. People who.ALWAYS reduce EVERYTHING TO race, are racists. Not to mention intolerance of other people's opinions is the literal definition of bigot. I mean do you honestly not see the hypocrisy of openly hating ALL white people, and saying all cops are ********? Ok for feminists to tweet about their hate for all men? It's ok to believe all women without due process until a liberal is accused of sexual assault? Have you never stepped back and looked objectively at it? How about that BLM  unless it's African BL, whose children mine cobalt to make the batteries that go in your phones, which are assembled by slaves in China. And now you people call others Nazis when they say all lives matter? HIM openly stating white lives don't matter?  That's just the very tip of the rampant hypocrisy coming.from the left these days. 
    It's ok for liberals to be racist though, because orange man bad. It's ok for liberals to oppress people based of just their race and gender. Narcissistic, virtue signaling moral authorities
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    Charles Wright reacted to ATLSlobberKnockers in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Yes they are because you forgot one of the biggest factors. Take control of the media, and entertainment industry. 90% of media is controlled by four conglomerates now, all pushing the liberal/progressive agenda. people are imprisoned inside the liberal echo chamber. If you question any talking point you are labeled one or more of a masoginist/racist/sexist/ageist/ etc., Then the hive mind has to punish the independent thinker by trying to "cancel" you. Even   the blind know where Hollywood's allegiance lies.
    "If I could control Hollywood I could control the world". -uncle Joe. The power of propaganda is always underestimated. People are VERY easy to program regardless of their intelligence. I was part of the liberal feedback loop my entire life until a year or two ago. Anyone honest with themselves knows mainstream media pushes liberal narratives at all costs. Also most liberals are so full of hate for Trump and conservatives in general they can't think critically. All of my liberal friends have left the Dem party because it's just an insane asylum. Media makes them fear until the start to hate. Once you hate your blinded by it.
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    Charles Wright got a reaction from BamaBirdLady in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Yep, that's mostly what I see here, "fake news". And MADE up so well, compliments uh!
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    Charles Wright got a reaction from BamaBirdLady in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    And it is happening right before our eyes. Socialism is painted as utopia until it's true goal nis revealed. 
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    Charles Wright got a reaction from BamaBirdLady in Khrushchev said in 1959 at the U.N.   
    Reminder of what Khrushchev said 60 years ago...."Your children's children will live under communism. You Americans are so gullible. No, you won't accept communism outright; but, we will keep feeding you small doses of socialism until you will finally wake up and find you already have Communism. We will not have to fight you. We will so weaken your economy, until you will fall like overripe fruit into our hands. The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not" It was September 29, 1959, when Nikita Khrushchev delivered his prediction for America at the United Nations. Remember the television coverage of him banging his shoe on the podium? At that time, just the word "communism" was feared throughout our nation. Remember this. Socialism leads to Communism How do you create a Socialist State? There are eight levels of control:
    1) Healthcare - Control healthcare and you control the people
    2) Poverty - Increase the poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them.
    3) Debt - Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That way you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty.
    4) Gun Control - Remove the ability to defend themselves from the government . That way you are able to create a police state.
    5) Welfare - Take control of every aspect (food, housing, income) of their lives because that will make them fully dependent on the government.
    6) Education - Take control of what people read, listen to and take control of what children learn in school.
    7) Religion - Remove the belief in God from the government and schools because the people need to believe in ONLY the government knowing what is best for the people.
    8)Class Warfare - Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. Eliminate the middle class. This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to tax the rich with the support of the poor.
    WE ARE THERE!
    Why can people not see what's going on in this country? Are people really that blind?
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    Charles Wright reacted to Boise Falcon Fan in The young folks say “LIT”!   
    Must say that they have definitely grown on me. These pics make them look really good. Pleasantly surprised.
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    Charles Wright reacted to birdz4i in Better, worse or the same? Falcons offense counting on Todd Gurley, Hayden Hurst   
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    Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer  
     
    The Atlanta Falcons and coach Dan Quinn enter a pivotal, must-win season coming off back-to-back 7-9 campaigns. If the Falcons hope to be contenders, a potentially high-powered offense led by Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley and newcomer Todd Gurley has to do its part. There’s a chance the Falcons could start 11 former first-round draft picks on offense, depending on if James Carpenter wins back the left guard job and Laquon Treadwell catches on as the third receiver. None of that really matters if the Falcons don’t move the ball and score points under offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.
    Here’s a position-by-position look at whether the Falcons are better, worse or the same as the 2019 team on offense.
     
    Quarterbacks
    Additions: None
    Losses: None
    Returners: Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Kurt Benkert, Danny Etling
    Snaps played 2019: Ryan (1,004), Schaub (92), Benkert (none), Etling (none)
    Better, worse or same? Same
    Ryan, 35, enters his 13th NFL season still playing at a high level, having thrown for 4,100 or more yards and averaging a 66.7% completion rate the past nine seasons. With Koetter entering his second season since rejoining the team, it should bode well for the chemistry between Ryan and Koetter and the progression of the offense. Ryan and the offense stumbled out of the gates last season as Ryan threw eight interceptions during a 1-6 start. Of course, having solid protection and a strong running game would help his cause, but Ryan knows he has to avoid turnovers and hit on more explosive plays.
    Schaub’s 460 passing yards in place of an injured Ryan (ankle) against the Seahawks last season showed he’s still a capable backup at age 39. Benkert, coming off injury, could push for backup consideration based on his arm talent and high confidence, but Schaub is the seasoned vet with 93 career starts.
     
     
    Running backs
    Additions: Todd Gurley (Rams), Mikey Daniel (undrafted)
    Losses: Devonta Freeman (free agent), Kenjon Barner (free agent)
    Returners: Brian Hill, Ito Smith, Qadree Ollison, Craig Reynolds, Keith Smith (fullback)
    Snaps played 2019: Gurley (750), Hill (225), Keith Smith (182), Ito Smith (137), Ollison (53)
    Better, worse or same? Better (assuming Gurley can stay healthy)
    Folks are anxious to see if Gurley, the 2017 NFL Offensive Player of the Year, can experience a resurgence after being released by the Rams. Well, it will depend on how the Falcons manage the former University of Georgia star’s health. Yes, Gurley passed his physical, but the Falcons are aware that there’s a left knee condition that needs to be monitored -- whether that means limiting reps in practice or in games. Gurley played in a wide-zone offense in L.A., so it would make sense for Koetter and the Falcons to move back toward that to ignite the running game and set up play-action.
    Gurley won’t have to carry the full load, and some players believed Hill deserved a shot to be the featured back based on his tough running and steady improvement. Ito Smith, who flashed during his first two seasons, told ESPN he was fully cleared at the end of January from last year’s season-ending neck injury. When healthy, Ito Smith is a great asset in the passing game and as a change-of-pace runner. Ollison is that big power back who could help in short-yardage situations, as his four touchdowns of 3 yards or fewer in 2019 indicated. Veteran fullback Keith Smith is an underappreciated blocker.
     
    Wide receivers
    Additions: Laquon Treadwell (Vikings), Chris Rowland (undrafted), Jalen McCleskey (undrafted), Juwan Green (undrafted)
    Losses: Justin Hardy (free agent)
    Returners: Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage, Christian Blake, Olamide Zaccheaus, Brandon Powell, Devin Gray
    Snaps played 2019: Jones (763), Ridley (660), Gage (487), Blake (321), Treadwell (165) Zaccheaus (84).
    Better, worse or same? Same
    Jones’ yearly production, with six straight seasons of at least 80 catches and 1,300 receiving yards -- not to mention an NFL-best 96.2 receiving yards per game for his career -- proves why he’s such an elite receiver and arguably the best of them all. The sometimes-overlooked part of his game is his ability to draw added coverage and open up other opportunities for teammates to win one-on-one matchups.
    But the emergence of Ridley has created a pick-your-poison scenario for opponents, with Ridley’s speed, quickness and outstanding route running possibly elevating him to superstar status this season. Ridley just needs to stay healthy and shake off any timing errors that were part of his maturation. Gage obviously grew as a player last season after the team traded Mohamed Sanu. Gage can separate well but needs to improve at getting yards after the catch.
    The Falcons would like to see former Vikings first-round pick Treadwell find himself now that he's in new surroundings. Treadwell will have to perform well in camp to overtake Zaccheaus and Blake, with Zaccheaus maybe holding an edge right now among the three because of special teams. Rowland might end up being the surprise of the bunch with his return ability in a competition with Powell and Zaccheaus.
     
    Tight ends
    Additions: Hayden Hurst (trade, Ravens), Khari Lee (XFL), Jared Pickney (undrafted), Caleb Repp (undrafted),
    Losses: Austin Hooper (Browns), Luke Stocker (free agent)
    Returners: Jaeden Graham, Carson Meier
    Snaps played 2019: Hurst (435), Graham (195), Meier (24)
    Better, worse or same? To be determined.
    The sting of losing Hooper seemed to hurt a lot less when the Falcons acquired Hurst, who didn’t get a chance to live up to his full potential with the Ravens as Mark Andrews emerged as the top guy. Ryan has spent extensive time with Hurst this offseason and already offered the ultimate praise for his new target, saying, “He is, for sure, one of the fastest and most athletic tight ends that I’ve ever played with." Now it’s up to Hurst to show that he can do it consistently as the team’s primary Y tight end (more blocking responsibilities). Hurst is not a great blocker, but based on tape, he seems to at least make a good effort.
    Graham flashed last season and could spell Hurst on occasion. Both Lee and Meier have the opportunity to develop into the type of blocking tight end the Falcons thought they had last year in Stocker. The Falcons could use an offensive lineman in that blocking tight end role, with the NFL allowing that extra lineman on game day.
     
     
    Offensive line
    Additions: Matt Hennessy (third round/draft), Justin McCray (Browns), Hunter Atkinson (undrafted), Austin Capps (undrafted), Scottie Dill (undrafted), Justin Gooseberry (undrafted)
    Losses: Wes Schweitzer (Redskins), Ty Sambrailo (Titans)
    Returners: Alex Mack, Jake Matthews, Chris Lindstrom, Kaleb McGary, James Carpenter, Jamon Brown, Matt Gono, John Wetzel, Sean Harlow
    Snaps played 2019: Matthews (1,028), Mack (1,021), McGary (1,002), Carpenter (562), Brown (551), Lindstrom (253), Gono (39), Wetzel (18).
    Better, worse or same? Better
    With Matthews at left tackle, Mack at center, Lindstrom at right guard and McGary at right tackle, the Falcons should have four of the five starting spots settled for Week 1. The question is, who will start at left guard? Hennessy, believed to be the heir apparent to Mack at center, will begin his NFL career competing for the left guard job. Last year, the veteran Carpenter was the initial starter, but he didn’t perform up to expectations while dealing with injuries. Both Carpenter and Brown were significant free-agent signings before last season and neither panned out, with Brown falling into the doghouse by season’s end and Carpenter ending up on IR. Some believe Gono should have every opportunity to compete for a starting role at guard based on his steady progress or, at least, have a chance to be the swing tackle. The 34-year-old Mack, who remains the anchor, will evaluate his playing future after the season, with his contract expiring. Lindstrom, who came back from a season-opening broken foot as a rookie last year, is ready to take the next step in Year 2. Both Matthews and McGary have to do a better job in protection, particularly McGary against speed rushers.
     
     
     
    https://www.espn.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/35385/better-worse-or-the-same-falcons-offense-counting-on-todd-gurley-hayden-hurst
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    Charles Wright got a reaction from kiwifalcon in Do you think that Steve Sarkisian would have gone on to be a great offensive coordinator if the Falcons would have given him more time?   
    It was pretty much inevitable after we sank an entire draft into JJ. My belief is Blank wanted a fireworks, explosive offense. He puts his stamp on the team way too much!
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