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With the trading of Hall and cut of Coleman, our defense next year is looking worse than this year's defense. I can possibly see the cutting of Coleman, but now we'll have a very inexperience young DL and with no solid corners to protect, there will be a lot points scored

on the Falcons next year. Mark my words.

You don't know what you really have until it's goine. So I now do not see us going to the playoffs for 2-3 years now, since it seems our GM wants to totally rebuild. AB better hopes he doesn't loose his ticket season fan base after this.

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With the trading of Hall and cut of Coleman, our defense next year is looking worse than this year's defense. I can possibly see the cutting of Coleman, but now we'll have a very inexperience young DL and with no solid corners to protect, there will be a lot points scored

on the Falcons next year. Mark my words.

You don't know what you really have until it's gone. So I now do not see us going to the playoffs for 2-3 years now, since it seems our GM wants to totally rebuild. AB better hopes he doesn't loose his ticket season fan base after this.

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chitow2atl_falcon (2/24/2008)
With the trading of Hall and cut of Coleman, our defense next year is looking worse than this year's defense. I can possibly see the cutting of Coleman, but now we'll have a very inexperience young DL and with no solid corners to protect, there will be a lot points scored

on the Falcons next year. Mark my words.

You don't know what you really have until it's goine. So I now do not see us going to the playoffs for 2-3 years now, since it seems our GM wants to totally rebuild. AB better hopes he doesn't loose his ticket season fan base after this.

Yeah because Coleman was pivitol to our success last year.

Seriously. He might have 1 more decent year left in the tank. It was the right move.

DeAngelo is going to have a huge price tag and it's arguable whether he is really even that good.

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chitow2atl_falcon (2/24/2008)
With the trading of Hall and cut of Coleman, our defense next year is looking worse than this year's defense. I can possibly see the cutting of Coleman, but now we'll have a very inexperience young DL and with no solid corners to protect, there will be a lot points scored

on the Falcons next year. Mark my words.

You don't know what you really have until it's goine. So I now do not see us going to the playoffs for 2-3 years now, since it seems our GM wants to totally rebuild. AB better hopes he doesn't loose his ticket season fan base after this.

Yeah because Coleman was pivitol to our success last year.

Seriously. He might have 1 more decent year left in the tank. It was the right move.

DeAngelo is going to have a huge price tag and it's arguable whether he is really even that good.

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