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  1. He was never decent, in my opinion. All of his interceptions were flukes. They bounced off the receiver into Kazee's arms when he was 5-10 yards away. He gets burnt every single game.
  2. I agree that Oliver has some butter fingers but Kazee was the real liability of the secondary. So many blown coverages.
  3. No, I definitely think Trubisky was pissed. Did you see him sitting on the bench when Foles started to do so well? That was one angry dude.
  4. The Falcons didn't knock him out. The Bears put Foles in because he could read the Falcons coverage better. And the Bears were correct.
  5. Dirk Koeter needs to be fired. I don't know who to bring in and it's too late at this point of the season, but he needs to go.
  6. That was going to be a high scoring game no matter what with those offenses. And Falcons defense still did very well considering they were facing a scrambling QB and still managed 3 sacks compared to Seattle's 2. Secondary needs work but everyone knew that was going to happen with such young DBs.
  7. Raheem Morris and he can replace Dirk Koeter.
  8. That play calling was absolutely awful. Dirk Koeter is the downfall of the Falcon's offense.
  9. That's a nice little stat and everything but I'm more excited about the yards of separation when the ball is caught, which Ridley ranked 5th in the NFL. I'm sure the whole starting off with 7 yards of separation before the ball is snapped has a lot to do with that though.
  10. Just take a look at the one-on-one drills at the combine. Terrell got embarrassed. Although Okudah's performance wasn't perfect, it was still impressive in the same drill.
  11. Kyle Shanahan. There shouldn't even be debate about this. WAY better OC. But I might be bias because I'm a hardcore Dirk Koetter hater. I was beyond pissed when they brought him back.
  12. Yeah, that's what he wants. But I don't see him on a team yet. He won't be getting that much. If he was going to get that much, he would be with a team right now. With that said... I think there's no chance the Falcons will be signing him.
  13. Falcons are getting $11 million in July from cutting Trufant.
  14. Yeah... but I still think he's horrible though. I've never liked him and was ecstatic when he left with Mike. And now he's back and seeking vengeance on this very talented Falcons offense. I'm waiting for another horrible season but I wish very badly that I'm wrong.
  15. Yup. Not too good. He's a high-risk player that has a major upside if he's healthy. But that's a huge "if". After back-to-back Achilles injuries I don't think he's work the risk when Kazee is doing so well.
  16. Yes I will talk about tackles when it comes to safeties because that's what they do... The only full game he played was against Eagles which he dominated. The only blown coverage he had was when he fell down in the end zone against the Colts from his season-ending Achilles injury. Maybe you should take another look at those condensed games you're referring to.
  17. He was bad before the injury? He had 14 tackles in less than 3 games. He went out early in the first game against the Vikings and then his season ending injury in week 3 against the Colts. The only full game he played was against the Eagles and he had 9 tackles. Earl Thomas and Kevin Byard didn't even come close to that many tackles in a game. When he's healthy, he's amazing. The problem is that he's rarely healthy. He was NEVER bad.
  18. Vic, Freeman, Brown, and Carpenter are most likely be gone before the start of the new season. That's the good news. The horrifying news, which I'm surprised you didn't mention, is the contract with Trufant. The Falcons are paying him elite status money and although he's our best CB, he's no where close to being elite. Just imagine what the Falcons could of done with that money they wasted on Trufant. Definitely DT's worse decision in his career.
  19. No he did not give up the most sacks in the NFL... But yeah he was up there, 4th most surrendered sacks in the NFL. But he also faced some of the best edge rushers in the NFL in almost every game. As a rookie you have to give him some slack for that. He also started the season out of shape due to surgery but he still started every game. He just needs to work on his feet. It's actually a simple drill and as long as he works on his quickness this offseason you should see a dramatic improvement.
  20. Falcons announced that they're moving on from Vic Beasley over a week ago, bro
  21. Yes, it's possible but very difficult. They'll do exactly what they did last year. Pay out their highest paid players as a bonus instead of salary. The problem is that the highest paid player that they choose (last year it was Matt Ryan where they converted a chunk of his salary as a bonus), would have to agree with the new terms. It's always difficult bringing in another party. Not to mention bonuses are taxed differently so the 3rd party is actually sacrificing some money to get immediate and guaranteed money.
  22. You know that in order to have Hooper next year we would have to resign him or exercise the 5th year option in order to trade him next year right? The 5th year option isn't going to happen because it would be too expensive and we wouldn't be doing anything in FA. So you think the Falcons will find some magical way of resigning him and then trading him that very same year???
  23. I have no idea where your getting your source but I'll provide one since you want to make stuff up. Gono played a total of 5 games this season and started none of them. So these stats you're making up out of thin air is obviously bogus. http://www.nfl.com/player/mattgono/2561203/gamelogs
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