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  1. You know what I'm worried about the most at this point? Since our loss to the Chargers in 2016, we've literally lost every AFC game in the preseason and regular season except for the Jets on the road in 2017. Seriously. Since the 2016 Chargers, that's 10 AFC losses out of our last 11 AFC games, and if you throw in our 11 straight preseason losses (only one of those was against a NFC team) so that's 10 AFC preseason losses added on. We've lost a total of 20 of our last 21 games to AFC opponents in the preseason and regular season combined. YIKES, and the 2019 version of the AFC South will be to
  2. I think Center Mack is the Falcons MVP! "Atlanta Falcons center Alex Mack was arguably the best free agent signing in the NFL last offseason. " http://thefalconswire.usatoday.com/2017/02/01/falcons-center-alex-mack-a-tale-of-two-cities/ Mack" he came in just asking questions like there was no tomorrow,’’ left tackle Jake Matthews said.“I was like, ‘Man, this guy has a lot of questions.’NY POST Alex Mack the Atlanta Falcons' secret weapon in Super Bowl LI http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000781706/article/alex-mack-the-atlanta-falcons-secret-weapon-in-super-bowl-li
  3. GREG A. BEDARD SI.com To explain how center Alex Mack has become a crucial figure in the juggernaut that is the 2016 Falcons’ offense, you have to start with something surprising—something that isn’t exactly typical among the league’s top offensive line iceboxes. You have to start with ... running. In 2009, after Cleveland had made Mack the 21st pick in the NFL draft, out of Cal, teammate Joe Thomas was perplexed by Mack’s behavior during one of the team's first off-season practices. Mack’s arrival had coincided with the hiring of coach Eric Mangini, who, like his mentor, the Patriot
  4. Just wanna show some love to the OL. Completely owning the LOS for the most part on both runs and pass protection. A few too many holding calls today but it seems those always get called to slow the offense's momentum! Lets go Denver and SD.
  5. http://www.myajc.com/news/sports/football/falcons-reed-find-his-way-at-the-leo-position/nr69H/ Falcons Reed finds his way at the LEO position Things are starting to come around for Falcons linebacker Brooks Reed at the coveted LEO (hybrid/defense end) position. The sixth-year athlete, out of Arizona, is making the transition to the spot after primarily being an outside linebacker most of his career. At Friday’s training camp practice, he said that the process is getting smoother and that he is picking up on the defensive schematics. “I am just focusing on the (defensive
  6. It's kind of gone unmentioned with all the Clowney rumors swirling around, maybe for good reason. It does seem strange to me however that we're already hearing a lot of noise about who we really want to draft/trade up for. Obviously it's a no-brainer that we're interested in Clowney, who isn't? I'm here to question just how interested though. In the past Dimitroff has drafted in majority players that played all four years of college, and were team leaders/captains on their respective teams. Mack and Matthews fit that mold while Clowney and Robinson don't. Not saying this makes it a lock by any
  7. Bench came through for us big time today. Mike Scott and Shelvin Mack are my MVPs for this game.
  8. So in a recent discussion with co-workers I posed a generic question. Who do you see the Falcons drafting in May? Some said it didn't' matter because we still have Smitty, some said Matthews, and he would be so, so...Ryan will still get his backside busted like a dude going to the proctologist when they play us. However, the majority which seemed evenly split is hoping both Clowney and Mack are gone by the time the Falcons draft. Main point is Clowney they fear mostly, would cause Drew's int rate to increase exponentially...or, that Clowney would hurt him in an uncontrollable fit of rage....lo
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