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  1. Us Falcon fans have dealt with 4 weeks of inconsistent football. We’ve dealt with an entire off-season of watching the front office scramble around to get deals done, locking in our most important players. We’ve dealt with days of players and coaches pointing fingers trying to figure out what’s going on. Now it is time for us to shut up and let this team, this organization answer the question of who the real Atlanta Falcons are, because from reading the boards everyday, I don’t think any one in this motherf***er knows. I don’t even mean that as a slight; We are genuinely confused as to who the Falcons are after an entire off-season of promise. Now, we know what some fans want to believe; This team from top to bottom, outside of Julio, Deion, and Jarrett is straight garbage. I’ve been defending this squad the entire season and my good friend (who happens to operations manager at my company and season ticket holder) basically said “Shut up, no more talking for them, they need to talk for us”. She is right. My optimism has been subsided for the rest of this season. Everyone in here knows that this team hasn’t played a complete game of football in 3 years. As fans? What the **** are we supposed to do with that? We have been waiting 3 lonnngg years to see this team perform with peak promise. It needs to... Wait, you know what? No...It BETTER happen this Sunday or this season will be pretty much over. I just purchase a Matt Ryan jersey not long ago and wore it to work every Friday, expect this past one. Falcons need to show me they’re worthy of support on THAT level. So, one more time, will the REAL Atlanta Falcons please stand up!?!?!
  2. Hi all, on Sunday it's going down. And with all the excitement about the big contract, Wr Julio Jones just received. I'm also excited about seeing also paid Falcons LB, Deion Jones. Hitting the field for the first time on Sunday vs Vikings. I did an audio-video on why I believe Deion Jones can have an even better year. Behind this defensive line. Then he did when Dontari Poe was here in 2017. If you have a chance to watch the video. That would be much appreciated. But I would like to know if you share the same sentiment about Deion Jone in 2019? Also, do you feel that Duke Riley can build off of what he showed in the 3rd preseason dress rehearsal game? #Riseup
  3. Hi all, J.R. Clark from Pound 4 Pound ATL. Shares his thoughts on the Atlanta Falcons offense. As he shares his thoughts. We look forward to hearing yours. #Riseup
  4. Checkout Pound4PoundATL's video on what we saw on the Atlanta Falcons Military Appreciation Day. From our live stream on our channel.
  5. OK yes Rashede Hagman started off pretty well then got in trouble for spousal Abuse . And some other charge . you got to remember these young players are barely adults. No not exscusing what he did but he soon realized he could never put those pads on again. He finished all court requirements, and all programs . So since he was I think second round pick , and he worked out whole time when out of NFL. This player I believe will show all what he can do,he said he is only focusing on second Chance in NFL. He played some with Falcons before suspension and was doing pretty well, he can get after QB, he knows how use his hands, Quick off line, very physical . this is A player I say this year will turn some heads. After he serves 2 game suspension or 3.#Thisisouryear#Riseup#Inbrotherhood#TFF(True Falcon Fan)
  6. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/5/18/18627770/the-falcons-have-only-had-two-top-10-defenses-since-1998 The Falcons have only had two top 10 defenses since 1998 Expecting the Falcons to take a leap this year? Beware history. By Dave Choate May 18, 2019, 3:00pm EDT Having a good Saturday? Well, time to talk about the Falcons defense! There has been a lot of discussion about this Falcons defense and what we might reasonably expect from it. With better health and some key additions like Adrian Clayborn, Tyeler Davison, and depth in the secondary, it seems reasonable to expect it will not be a massive liability the way it was throughout much of the first half of the 2018 season, but can it be the (at least on paper) top ten unit it was in 2017? The chief reason to be skeptical (and I am) hinges on history. Here is the complete list of defenses that have been top ten in points and yards allowed since 1998. 2017: Points: 8, Yards: 9 1998: Points: 4, Yards: 8 Here’s the complete list of Falcons defenses that have been top ten in either points or yards allowed since 1998. 2012: Points: 5, Yards: 24 2010: Points: 5, Yards: 16 2002: Points: 8, Yards: 19 That’s it! That’s the list. This tells a pretty somber story, but not one that is going to surprise the bulk of Falcons fans. This team has had some superlative talent on defense over the years, but rarely enough to push them into being what we would consider a good defense. The 1998 Super Bowl team boasted a phenomenal unit, that 2017 team was stingy and dangerous and nearly smothered the Eagles in the playoffs, and the team was opportunistic enough to hold teams in check in 2010 and 2012. But that really has been about it, and any chance of the team repeating their success in 2017 was destroyed by the cumulative loss of Keanu Neal, Ricardo Allen, and Deion Jones, plus injuries and ineffectiveness for key players like Robert Alford and Vic Beasley. This is why the Falcons, despite their evident talent and Dan Quinn’s hands-onedness, shouldn’t be counted on to take a major leap on that side of the ball in 2019. I’m confident they’ll be much better than they were a year ago, and I’m equally confident that being top ten in points and yards isn’t the end-all, be-all story for a defense. But I’m also pretty hard-pressed to be confident that the team will reach those lofty heights given that they’ve done so just twice in 1998, and they’ve only been top ten in points five times and yards just the two times in that span. With the offense in place, even modest improvement will do the trick, but the grandest surprise would be one of the league’s best rankings for a unit that could do it despite the weight of history.
  7. MODS COULD YOU PLEASE UN-PIN THE 2018 POST AND PIN THIS ONE! So for 3 years now I have made a thread dedicated to the scouts looking at players for the upcoming draft. You may Post here and update the findings on players the Falcons have visited, scouted, and any info you may find on social media so we can get a better idea about what the Falcons are looking for. I will be listing them by position below as well as do Videos on players we are looking at on my YouTube channel ( Link below ) if they are heavily scouted by the Falcons scouting department. PLEASE CHECK YOUR SOURCES TO MAKE SURE!!!!!! PRO-DAYS WITH NO PLAYER HIGHLIGHTED UCF Chippewa Georgia State Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Colorado State Colorado Washington State QB Easton Stick - North Dakota State - EWS Jordan Ta'amu Ole Miss - EWS Trace McSorley - Penn State - SR Ty Gangi - Nevada - PRO A.J. Bush - Illinois - LOC Price Wilson - Bryant - LOC RB Miles Sanders - Penn State - WO Clinton Lynch - Georgia Tech - LOC Keion Davis - Marshall - LOC D.J. Knox - Purdue - LOC - WO Jordan Ellis - Virginia - LOC Devontae Jackson - West Georgia - LOC Elijah Holyfield - Georgia - LOC Qua Searcy - Georgia Tech - LOC WR Terry Godwin - UGA - EWS - LOC KeeSean Johnson - CSU Fresno - EWS Jesper Horsted - Princeton - EWS Cody Thompson - Toledo - EWS Kelvin Harmon - NC State - COM Mecole Hardman - UGA - COM - LOC Ridley Riley - UGA - COM - LOC Justin Sumpter - Kennesaw State - LOC Malik Taylor - Ferris State - PRO Darius Slayton - Auburn -LOC T.J. Rahming - Duke -LOC Collin Lisa - UAB -LOC Shannon Smith - West Georgia -LOC Brad Stewart - Georgia Tech - LOC Tavonn Salter - Middle Tennessee - LOC Jakobi Meyers - N.C. State - LOC Jayson Stanley - Georgia - LOC TaQuon Marshall - Georgia Tech - LOC Johnnie Dixon - Ohio State - WO Diontae Johnson - Toledo - WO TE Kano Dillon - Oregon - EWS Matt Sokol - Michigan State - EWS Isaac Nauta - UGA - COM - LOC Tommy Sweeney - BC - COM Trey Lansman - Nebraska-Kearney - WO Andrew Beck - Texas - MET Matt Sokol - Michigan - SR Jackson Harris - Georgia - LOC Sam Walker - Mercer - LOC Ellis Richardson - Georgia Southern -LOC Ari Werts - East Tennessee - LOC Sam Dobbs - Vanderbilt - LOC FB Alec Ingold - Wisconsin - COM Victor Alexander - Georgia Tech - LOC OT Martez Ivey - Florida -EWS Ryan Pope - SDSU - EWS Brian Wallace - Arkansas - EWS Trey Pipkins - Sioux Falls - EWS Tytus Howard - Alabama State - COM Cody Ford - Oklahoma - COM - MET Mitch Hyatt - Clemson - COM - LOC Jawaan Taylor - Florida - COM - WO Andre Dillard - Washington State - COM Kaleb McGary - Washington - PRO - WO Blake Hance - Northwestern - PRO Malcolm Pridgeon - Ohio State, PRO Marquez Tucker - Southern Utah - PRO Nate Davis - Charlotte - VISIT Donnell Greene - Minnesota - LOC Andre Dillard - Washington St. - VISIT OG Joshua Miles - Morgan State - EWS Martez Ivey - Florida -EWS Demetrius Knox - Ohio State - PRO Nate Davis - Charlotte - VISIT Chris Lindstrom - BC - WO - VISIT Beau Benzschawel - Wisconsin - WO Nate Davis - Charlotte - VISIT Jamal Paxton - Georgia State - LOC Kendall Baker - Georgia - LOC Terronne Prescod - N.C. State - LOC Jeremiah Culbreth - Georgia Southern - LOC Tyler Jones - N.C. State - LOC Andrew Marshall - Georgia Tech - LOC Christian Harris - Duke - LOC D.J. Coker - Rhodes - LOC C Lamont Gillard - UGA - EWS - COM - PRO - LOC Nick Allegretti - Illinois - EWS Ross Pierschbacher - Alabama - COM DT * ( DT/DE ) Rashan Gary - Michigan - COM Ed Oliver - Houston - COM - VISIT - MET Dexter Lawrence - Clemson - COM - MET Christian Wilkins - Clemson - COM Dre’mont Jones - Ohio State - COM L.J. Collier - TCU - COM Michael Dogbe - Temple - TOP 30 Albert Huggins - Clemson - WO Horace Roberts - Samford - LOC Kyle Cerge-Henderson - Georgia Tech - LOC Chris Palmer - California - LOC Henry Famurewa - Louisville -LOC Connor Christian - Jacksonville State -LOC Malik Young - Fort Hays - LOC DE Jaylon Ferguson - Louisiana Tech - SR John Cominsky - University of Charleston - SR Brian Burns - FSU - COM * ( DT/DE ) Rashan Gary - Michigan - COM Clelin Ferrell - Clemson - COM Jonathan Ledbetter - UGA - COM - LOC Austin Bryant - Clemson - COM Montez Sweat - Mississippi State - VISIT Maxx Crosby - Eastern Michigan - TOP 30 Zach Allen - BC - VISIT - WO Deshon Cooper - Georgia Southern - LOC Andrew Williams - Auburn - LOC Desmond Branch - Georgia Tech - LOC Chase Winovich - Michigan - VISIT - TOP 30 Wyatt Ray - BC - WO Jamal Davis II - Akron - WO LB D’Andre Walker - UGA - COM - MET Deonte Roberts - Rutgers - PRO Bryson Allen-Williams - SC - LOC Cole Holcomb - North Carolina - VISIT Quart'e Sapp - Tennessee - MET Sione Takitaki - BYU - WO Ulysees Gilbert III - Akron - VISIT Anree Saint-Amour - Georgia Tech -LOC Bryson Allen-Williams - South Carolina - LOC Michael Shaw - Georgia State - LOC Jeffrey Allison - Fresno State - LOC Ryan Guthrie - Syracuse - LOC Natrez Patrick - Georgia - LOC Montravious Atkinson - Auburn - LOC Chase Middelton - Georgia State - LOC Pat Jasinski - Central Florida - LOC CB Jimmy Moreland - James Madison- EWS Trayvon Mullen Jr - Clemson - COM Saivion Smith - Alabama - COM Duke Shelley - Kansas State - WO JoeJuan Williams - Vanderbilt - WO Justin Layne - Michigan State - VISIT Lonnie Johnson - Kentucky - WO Donnie Lewis - Tulane - VISIT Isaiah Johnson - Houston - WO Stephen Denmark - Valdosta State - MET Mandell Ray - Morehouse - LOC Jamal Odom - Tuskegee - LOC Ken Webster - Mississippi - LOC Dylan Hamilton - Alabama A&M - LOC Deandre Baker - Georgia - LOC Jerome Smith - Georgia State - LOC S Sheldrick Redwine - Miami - COM Donnie Lewis Jr. - Tulane - VISIT Parker Baldwin - SDSU - TOP 30 Nasir Adderley - Delaware - COM Jaquan Johnson - Miami - COM John Abram - Mississippi State - COM Chauncey Gardner-Johnson - Florida - COM Lukas Denis - BC - COM Darnell Savage - Maryland - PRO Mike Edwards - Kentucky - WO Kielan Whitner - Syracuse - LOC Cameron Glenn - Wake Forest - LOC - WO Jalen Johnson - Georgia Tech - LOC Tre Neal Nebraska - LOC Ridwan Issahaku - Texas Christian - LOC Davanta Reynolds - N.C. Central - LOC Travon Simmons - West Georgia - LOC Micah Abernathy - Tennessee - LOC Kielan Whitner - Syracuse - WO P Ian Berryman - Western Carolina - LOC Tyler Newsome - Notre Dame - WO A.J. Cole III - N.C. State - LOC Berryman - Western Carolina - LOC LS Chris Wilkerson - Stephen F. Austin - LOC Zachary Roberts - Georgia Tech - LOC Nick Moore - Georgia - LOC Work updated by Unintentional Grounding's "Lt Dan" Host of " (FNL) Falcon's Nest Live" on Facebook and "The Falcons Nest" on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClCIW6b6I6MOfGGVEcc8f6g UNINTENTIONAL GROUNDING TWITTER https://twitter.com/UnGrShow OUR FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/Unintentiona... OUR INSTAGRAM ungr_show
  8. RED ALERT! RED ALERT! The nightmare Super Bowl match up in our building is one step closer! The Patriots and the Saints are ONE win away, but it's going to be up to the Chiefs and the Rams next week who are going to have rematches against these teams who beat them in the regular season. The Patriots have to go to Kansas City this time, but the Saints will still be in their voodoo house again vs the Rams. The legacy of Atlanta sports could be tarnished for eternity if the Chiefs and Rams don't pull these victories out.
  9. I find this interesting. I'm going to leave this here. Feel free to discuss your thoughts and I'll chime in later.
  10. Projecting what an NFL team is going to look like in two years is hard. Go back to Week 1 of the 2016 season and you'll see what I mean. Drew Brees was throwing to Brandin Cooks and Coby Fleener. The 49ers shut out the Rams and starting quarterback Case Keenum 28-0 in a game in which Blaine Gabbertstarted ahead of Colin Kaepernick. The starting running backs in the Dolphins-Seahawks game were Arian Foster and Christine Michael. Things change quickly. Recently, I was talking to Lindsay Jones of The Athletic on my podcast, and we started wondering what the 2020 Raiders' roster might look like as Jon Gruden & Co. make their move to Las Vegas. We didn't get very far, and that was before the Amari Cooper trade happened. I think it's an interesting exercise, though, so I've gone ahead and tried to project which players from each team's 2018 roster are likely to make it onto their roster come Week 1 of 2020. Those rosters will obviously include 2019 and 2020 draft picks, and there are young players who will emerge as meaningful contributors between now and then, so consider this an imperfect look into what each team's long-term core currently looks like, nearly halfway through the 2018 campaign. I've split each team into three groups. The virtual locks section is for players I think have at least a 90 percent shot of making the 2020 roster, given their contract situation and draft status. In most cases, I would expect 2017 and 2018 draft picks taken in the top three rounds to make it to 2020, which is reflected here. The on the bubble group is for the players I think have something closer to a 55 percent shot of appearing on the roster in 2020. They might be starring veterans who have onerous contracts in the future, young players who haven't found their role, or placeholders who are likely to be usurped by a draft pick or let go as part of a regime change. Finally, the unlikely notables section is for players who have no more than a 15 percent shot of making it to 2020 on the same team. This section is for mid-30s veterans who are likely to retire, young players who are riding pine, and regulars whose contracts will be even more difficult to swallow by the 2020 offseason. I've tried to limit this to more notable players, if only to avoid listing every practice-squad member or backup long-snapper and make this column five times as long. As always, I'm sure a player or two sneaked through the list, but this should be some comparative insight into what each NFL organization has built for the future. Some of the cores surprised me. Let's start with a team in the middle of a massive rebuild and go in alphabetical order: Atlanta Falcons Virtual locks: QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones, T Jake Matthews, DE Takkarist McKinley, S Keanu Neal, LB Deion Jones, CB Isaiah Oliver, DT Deadrin Senat, WR Calvin Ridley All the agents for Deion Jones and Neal have to do to point out their clients' value is show tape of the 2018 Falcons' defense after they went on injured reserve. Ridley has nearly as many touchdowns in a half-season (six) as the three top-10 wideouts of the 2017 class have over their first year and a half combined (seven). On the bubble: DE Vic Beasley, C Alex Mack, CB Robert Alford, T Ryan Schraeder, CB Desmond Trufant, S Ricardo Allen, RB Tevin Coleman, DT Grady Jarrett, LB De'Vondre Campbell, RB Ito Smith, CB Brian Poole, TE Austin Hooper, LB Duke Riley Atlanta's defensive collapse might call its cornerbacks into question, with Alford standing out as a frequently burned problem. The Falcons will have to work out new deals for Jarrett after 2018 and Beasley after 2019; given Beasley's lack of production since leading the league in sacks in 2016, the Falcons should lean toward renewing Jarrett and letting Beasley test the market. Unlikely notables: WR Mohamed Sanu, RB Devonta Freeman, G Andy Levitre, G Brandon Fusco, K Matt Bryant Freeman has missed time in both 2017 and 2018 since signing a five-year, $41.3 million extension before the 2017 campaign; the Falcons can get out of his deal with $6 million in dead money before 2020 and might be better off using the savings elsewhere. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25133131/projecting-2020-roster-locks-bubble-players-all-32-nfl-teams#atl