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  1. MVP: Carson Wentz OPOTY: Saquon Barkley DPOTY: Aaron Donald OROTY: Josh Jacobs DROTY: Devin Bush CBPOTY: Jimmy Garoppolo COTY: Andy Reid __________________________________- For the Falcons, let's go with: Breakout guy: Takk McKinley Comeback kid: Devonta Freeman Rising star: Calvin Ridley Don’t forget about: Keanu Neal Needs to rebound: Vic Beasley Darkhorse MVP: Deion Jones Under the radar: Adrian Clayborn What do you guys think? Drop your predictions along with your teams' awards.
  2. http://bloggingdirty.com/2017/05/12/matt-ryan-journey-from-rookie-to-mvp/
  3. 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 I was so excited the Day we got Pro Bowl Center Mack, especially after what we had at center before him, After the season, We all know, Mack is our Engine. Mack is definitely, the best center the Falcons ever had! Thanks, TD/Lil Shanny and Mack for coming to ATL! PS-
  4. https://www.google.com/amp/www.sbnation.com/platform/amp/2017/1/16/14286814/pfwa-all-nfl-team-2016-matt-ryan-ezekiel-elliott-nfl-mvp-award?client=safari "Another hint that Atlanta Falconsquarterback Matt Ryan is likely to win the NFL MVP Award was dropped Monday when the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA) named him the quarterback on the 2016 All-NFL team. Ryan has become a heavy favorite for the award, ahead of Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. The Falcons quarterback was also named a First-Team All-Pro by the Associated Press, which is the same group that will vote to name the NFL MVP." I know we're all hoping for bigger and better things, but it's looking more and more likely our QB will be the MVP. What a time to be alive!
  5. I meant to put this up over the weekend but with 8" of snow in Richmond, Va I had to be at my restaurant all weekend dealing with all the crazies who like to snow day drink, as it doesn't happen all that often around these parts. With that said, I decided some time ago that I was going to host a MVP and Poster of the Year contest with the swag I got from the Tampa game I went down to. However, because I feel one poster went above and beyond the call of duty to bring value to this board, I've decided that I'm going to control the vote for MVP and award that to @PeytonMannings Forehead for all of the amazing threads that he has tirelessly put so much effort into. The knowledge and objective insight he has allowed so many posters on our lovely TAFT board to gain is truly invaluable, cause it still is the internet. So with that, I bequeath him my Vic Beasley game worn glove. (he had already expressed interest in that item so it is only fair). PFM, just send me your shipping details. Now, as for PotY on TATF, I leave that up to all of you. While there is no way to prove it, the second item of swag I got from that game was Matt Ryan's towel that he wears on his waist. Voting will take place thru Friday 1.13.16 @ 6PM. I'll tally all of the votes that are made before that time and send the towel to the winner. And no, you can't vote for yourself. Happy Playoffs TATF!!! (mods, want to pin?)
  6. There is a chance that Falcons' players could win the M.V.P., D.P.O.Y., and with Jones, and Neal, we could win R.O.Y, although Zeke will most likely take that spot. I do think that either Matt or Beez nutz will get screwed out of the MVP or DPOY though. It's just cool to have a shot at all three spots.( I can't remember if there is a defensive, and offensive rook of the year.) side note; If Spoon could have stayed healthy, funny I know, he would have been a candidate for comeback player of the year. Let's jst be glad Schaub isn't up for the award. Clayborn is the only candidate I could come up with that didn't play great last year, but is performing really well this year, There is Collins of course but who, outside of Atlanta, knows who he is. On offense, Chris Chester is the only guy I could think of, even though alot of folks on here want him replaced. lol. He needs a replacement, because of age, but to spend a first or second is dumb unless the BPA is a zone blocking guard. I was looking for FA free safeties, and thought Byrd must be close to his contract becoming RFA. Here is a link that shows how stupid the contract N.O. gave him. (look at the dead cap for this year)
  7. Thought you guys would get a kick out of this. I find it humorous that Brady and Carr get more MVP talk then Ryan.. I honestly think it's because Ryan is a Falcon.. Don't take these clowns too serious... http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000732547/article/nfl-midseason-predictions-mvp-rookie-of-the-year-and-more NFL.com Published: Nov. 2, 2016 at 10:38 a.m. Updated: Nov. 2, 2016 at 08:11 p.m. 0 Likes | 0 Comments At the midpoint of the 2016 NFL season, our analysts refresh their predictions on the major individual awards. Check back on Thursday for the playoff forecast. And Championship Sunday/Super Bowl LI picks will be available on Friday. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Judy Battista: Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots. Yes, you can miss the first four games and still be the MVP. The Patriots did well when Brady was gone. They're unstoppable now that he's back. At 39, Brady's more accurate and dynamic than ever. Jeffri Chadiha: Matt Ryan, QB, Atlanta Falcons. He's on pace for 38 touchdowns and eight interceptions -- and his current 115.8 passer rating is second to only Tom Brady. Ryan has never played this well in his life. Gil Brandt: Brady. After missing the first four games of the season with a suspension, Brady has put together a four-game start to his campaign as good as any he's had throughout his career. He's thrown 12 touchdown passes against zero interceptions with a passer rating of 133.9 -- and three of the four games were on the road. Maurice Jones-Drew: Brady. He is putting on a clinic in 2016, which is no different than any other year. Brian Billick: Brady. This isn't the most explosive personnel grouping that the Patriots have surrounded Brady with, but it might be the most dynamic. Despite missing the first four games, Brady is enjoying a career year. Gregg Rosenthal: Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks. For the most part, I don't believe in changing preseason picks, and Wilson hasn't done anything to knock himself out of contention. Willie McGinest: Brady. Right now, he's the most efficient quarterback in the league. I think he'll keep this up the remainder of the way. Adam Schein: Derek Carr, QB, Oakland Raiders. He's special and the reason why the Raiders are 6-2 and will make the playoffs. David Carr: Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta Falcons. He's had a great start and has the potential to hit 2,000 receiving yards this season. Charley Casserly: Brady. Forget about the fact that he missed four games. With a QB rating of 133.9 and 12 TDs against zero INTs, Brady's a man on a mission! Ike Taylor: Carr. He's leading a Raidersteam that is 5-0 on the road. In Year 3, Carr is coming into his own as an NFL quarterback. Colleen Wolfe: Brady. Proof that everybody should get four weeks of vacation. Time away from work increases productivity, reduces stress and often leads to a 73.1 completion percentage at the midway point of busy season. Talk to your bosses today! Marcas Grant: Carr. A lot of the credit for the Raiders' first-half start hangs on the right arm of the freewheeling Carr, who has the Silver & Black challenging for the division title. Adam Rank: Brady. Save the nonsense about the Patriots being 3-1 without him. The team is at another level with Brady. "Saving Private Ryan" also would have been a good movie with another actor, but Tom Hanks made it. Alex Gelhar: Ryan. This award too often favors quarterbacks, and Ryan is playing some of the best football of his career and leading one of the NFL's top offenses. ...
  8. So, I was reading some **** on NFL.com about MVP candidates and dark horse candidates. I decided it would be good for RC to have their own prediction, so we can go look up and see who knows their football. Also, there will be a few who will say to early to predict and etc, but we all know that is just an excuse to not be wrong. So man up and pick. The format for this will be simple. 3 candidates with 1 being your first choice and your dark horse candidate. Each pick should of a simple enough reason as to why. I will go first. 1. Drew Brees: Always has monstrous seasons, but unfortunately has had them in the years players had better seasons, for example AP rushing for 2k, Manning throwing 50 something tds, Brady throwing 50 tds, and Aaron Rodgers having a ridiculous qb rating and efficiency. I don't see Manning repeating his performance, and so I believe this is the year Brees wins one. 2. Peyton Manning: Team still stacked, but he is a year older. His arm isn't what it use to be and it might be regressing even more. Also, it hard to replicate the performance he had next year. Still expect great numbers from him, but not close to what he did this past season. 3. Aaron Rodgers: Great qb, mobility but with a strong arm and accuracy. He has been hurt, but I see him being healthy this year and putting a great season together. Dark Horse. Luck: He raised his qb rating last year, was more accurate, threw the same amount of TD's, and lower ints thrown. I see him increasing in all those areas. He threw for less yards and yards per attempt, but he had almost 4 attempts less per game. If he throws 39 attempts per game then he easily throws for 4k yards assuming he doesn't increase his ypa. So, I see him taking another bigger step forward, plus his td/int ratio last year was already good. For fun, comeback player of the year is easily RG3. Excuse any typos or grammar errors I am lazy.
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