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  1. Welp... Here we go... A lot of us have been talking about it, but there are going to be some very real cuts/decisions made going into next year. This is solely why I'm on board with a new GM on top of a new HC. We need a full reset. Clean house. Accept that 2020 may be just as bad as this season. This is not going to be a quick turn around. The Falcons have had one of the oldest rosters in the league since DQ took over. Consistently. They were the second oldest team last year and the fifth oldest this year. This is a maxed out roster as is and they are 1-6. Blow it up. We need a GM who is looking at this as a 3-5 year runway. Yes, Matt is here and still kicking, but this is no different than the Saints in those numerous 7-9 years. As long as he's the QB, this can be a competing team so long as the next GM doesn't box this roster into the same situation we are in now. Guys like Trufant, Freeman, Sanu, and maybe even Mack need to be moved on from. Those four guys alone account for $43MM in cap hits in 2020. That doesn't include guys like Sambrailo, Stocker, and Schaub or any restructures. Strap in ladies and gents. It may get ugly before it gets better.