Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'TE'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Falcons Boards
    • Talk About the Falcons
    • Around the NFL
    • College Sports Forum
    • MLB Forum
    • NBA Forum
    • Combat Sports Forum
    • Rival Central
  • Miscellaneous Forums
    • Anything but Football

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 8 results

  1. Calling all Falcons fans. Why do certain people/or yourself think we need a Tight End(TE). Because I'm under the belief we don't need a TE. Tight End is not a need for the Atlanta Falcons. The people trying to make this a need is mind boggling to me. So help me understand. Because Austin Hooper in a sophomore year was decent. And average around where the Veterans were averaging in the league. Considering the entire offense was lackluster. He was decent. And if the team gets back to the offense we know they can be(It doesn't have to be Shanahan offense) but back to the g
  2. If Jacob Tamme can't go against Houston this Sunday, what will the Falcons do at TE? I honestly think Tamme will be sitting out this week, simply based on the fact that he obviously got concussed on that helmet to helmet hit, and I'm fine with that. However, I don't think there is any way we can go with just LOLO at TE, especially when they got him playing special teams as well. Also, if we do have to activate another TE, who would we deactivate? I guess there could be a chance that we stick some OL in as eligble TEs and just jam it in with Freeman. What do you guys think?
  3. 4-8) Grady Jarrett, DT Clemson With the upside of Geno Adkins, Jarrett is an ideal defensive selection here in the 4th, providing excellent value and ability. 5-10) Jamil Douglas, OG Arizona State Has a lot of tools you want in a ZBS OL. Good value here in the 5th for a player who could provide quality play early in his career. 6-9) DeAndre Smelter, WR Georgia Tech So much upside for a 6th round WR. Gets to learn from Roddy and Julio early. 7-8) Blake Bell, TE Oklahoma Great hands, hard worker who changed from being a QB to TE. He understands the game from a QBs perspective and should give
  4. I'm just not sold on the guy. I live up in BIG TEN country and saw a few Minnesota games this year. But Williams just didn't stand out to me. Maybe I'm missing something, but I just don't see it. I'd be disappointed if they took him in the second round, especially over guys like Perryman, Mckinney, Dorset, Stephone Anthony, Ogbuehi, Tomlinson, and Demarious Randall. Anybody else think more of him?
  5. so no matter who the head coach is, the needs more or less remain the same. So while it may still be too early to exactly pinpoint specific guys, lets at least determine what the first round pick will be spent on? Offense? Defense? Needs... -OLB -DE -MLB -TE -WR -RB? -OL?
  6. Tony G is great but he only has one more year left to give if that he's still 50/50 on if he wants to come back.. I say lets go after Jared Cook, he'll demand around the same money as tony but he's still fresh. Lets face it i don't think there are any of TE in this years draft that are wroth a first round pick anyways. What do you think?
  7. With the acquisition of Kellen Winslow, the Seattle Seahawks now have a glut at TE, including the under-valued and still very young (26) Zach Miller. While Miller is only a year into a 5 yr $34 million contract, he had a poor season in Seattle and might be had for a song. Worth a long look IMO
  8. 55 Atlanta Coby Fleener TE Stanford 6' 6" 248 85 Atlanta Shea McClellin DE Boise State 6' 3" 262 149 Atlanta Mitchell Schwartz OT Cal 6' 5" 310 181 Atlanta Case Keenum QB Houston 6' 2" 210 213 Atlanta William Vlachos OC Alabama 6' 1" 292 http://www.draftsite...mock-draft/2012
×
×
  • Create New...