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So you're saying these players are simply roster space? You are completely ignorant to how important draft picks are. This FO pimps building through the draft then dumps everything for a high bust probability position and one that will touch the ball maybe 7 times a game.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

You do realize this is year 4 of the process, right? We built through the draft for 3 years. We needed another top 10 talent. We haven't picked one since Matt Ryan was drafted.

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So you choose a clip where the defense can't blitz and stays stagnant throughout the game as proof that noodle can do more than throw a 5yrd hook route?

Bahahahahahahahahahahahahahabahahahabahabahabahahahabahababahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahabababahahahah!

Care to find some flag footbball clips of noodle to make your point?

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You do realize this is year 4 of the process, right? We built through the draft for 3 years. We needed another top 10 talent. We haven't picked one since Matt Ryan was drafted.

Were those "gems" on the field for the beat down vs GB? TD should be embarrassed for the the drafts over the past 3 years.

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Were those "gems" on the field for the beat down vs GB? TD should be embarrassed for the the drafts over the past 3 years.

Really? We went from laughing stock in the NFL 3 years ago to 13-3 (#1 in the NFC) and lost to the eventual SB Champs. What's embarrassing is the support from some fans of this team.

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Didn't Holmgren act as coach/GM in Seattle. We all see how well that played out. He was fired as GM. He couldn't win in his division of Rams and Cards. I don't think he will be the impact in Cleveland as TD was here. TD has 3 winning seasons. Enough said!

I don't think even Bill Walsh could win in Clevland. That city is cursed in ways that even us Atlanta fans can't understand. (Altough we've both had our hearts broken by Elway)

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You DO realize that was the Pro Bowl don't you? There's very little contact allowed and the defense is restricted from what it can do.rolleyes.gif

So you choose a clip where the defense can't blitz and stays stagnant throughout the game as proof that noodle can do more than throw a 5yrd hook route?

Bahahahahahahahahahahahahahabahahahabahabahabahahahabahababahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahabababahahahah!

Care to find some flag footbball clips of noodle to make your point?

You ******* mongoloids this was in response to what donkey said which was and I quote " You can surround him with a PB roster and he will still toss 5 yrd hook routes." If you're going to argue and post in a thread maybe you should atleast be able to keep up. My god you two are windowlickers.

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Care to tell me where Roddy was picked?

Tom Brady?

Ray Rice?

Brandon Marshall?

Drew Brees?

Antonio Gates?

Vincent Jackson?

Clay Matthews?

So you're saying these players are simply roster space? You are completely ignorant to how important draft picks are. This FO pimps building through the draft then dumps everything for a high bust probability position and one that will touch the ball maybe 7 times a game.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

QFT

I might not like a lot of what you are saying but there is TRUTH in what you said there.

Even if they dude becomes all world it wont be anytime sooon.

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/05/01/holmgren-calls-move-out-of-no-6-spot-kind-of-an-amazing-trade/

"The Atlanta Falcons wanted to move up in round one to get a big-play receiver. They tried to get to No. 4, so that they could add A.J. Green. The Bengals said, “No thanks.”

:lol: So Julio wasn't the first choice. They really wanted Green.

Holmgren: “The trade was kind of an amazing trade when you count it up. Next year we’ve got a one and a four and it’s what we needed.”

Translation: Man I can't believe those idiots gave up that much for a #2 WR.

Is there a receiver currently in the NFL for whom a team would or should give up two first-round draft picks, a second-round pick, and two fourth-round draft picks? Maybe Larry Fitzgerald or Andre Johnson.

Ummm, it's comical that anyone on here at this point can justify the nonsense of this move. After watching the anus pounding by the GB packers, Thomas "always trying and failing to be the smartest man in the room" Dimitroff thinks selling the farm for a #2 WR who has the dropsies is going to solve the atrocious defense and noodle-like soft mental QB.

He's done, this is one of the more laughable moves in NFL history. Yet some of you try and justify it. HILARIOUS :lol:

TD himself said talks with cincinnati were never serious....he was probably using them to put pressure on the browns or as leverage

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Care to tell me where Roddy was picked?

Tom Brady?

Ray Rice?

Brandon Marshall?

Drew Brees?

Antonio Gates?

Vincent Jackson?

Clay Matthews?

So you're saying these players are simply roster space? You are completely ignorant to how important draft picks are. This FO pimps building through the draft then dumps everything for a high bust probability position and one that will touch the ball maybe 7 times a game.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Dont get mwe wrong because I know where you're coming from with giving up so much but believe me when I say julio is a gamechanger. You never want to give up a lot for just one player but if you will consider this: This draft had a ton of mid round talent and in our last 3 picks players fell to us that were supposed to have been gone. We have the ability to make roddy soooooo much more effective because julio will not allow teams to shift their coverages to roddy and will result in more zone coverages. JJ is a big roddy clone and will make our entire offense better. I think it is evident that resigning our players and adding a DE is very critical in our offseason. Im not sure why or how you can even dislike matt ryan when there are teams out there like the raiders or the 49ers who dump money on qb's who are just servicable. Ryan is a winner a leader and he can get it downfield if you look on youtube he threw bombs to roddy where the ball was in the air for nearly 40 yards so he is clearly not chad pennington or billy volek. Just trust what the organization is doing here because we are not far off and this coach/qb/gm tandem has established such continuity that now we as fans expect wins... ITS A GREAT TIME TO BE A FAN OF THE ATLANTA FALCONS!!!

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/05/01/holmgren-calls-move-out-of-no-6-spot-kind-of-an-amazing-trade/

"The Atlanta Falcons wanted to move up in round one to get a big-play receiver. They tried to get to No. 4, so that they could add A.J. Green. The Bengals said, “No thanks.”

:lol: So Julio wasn't the first choice. They really wanted Green.

Holmgren: “The trade was kind of an amazing trade when you count it up. Next year we’ve got a one and a four and it’s what we needed.”

Translation: Man I can't believe those idiots gave up that much for a #2 WR.

Is there a receiver currently in the NFL for whom a team would or should give up two first-round draft picks, a second-round pick, and two fourth-round draft picks? Maybe Larry Fitzgerald or Andre Johnson.

Ummm, it's comical that anyone on here at this point can justify the nonsense of this move. After watching the anus pounding by the GB packers, Thomas "always trying and failing to be the smartest man in the room" Dimitroff thinks selling the farm for a #2 WR who has the dropsies is going to solve the atrocious defense and noodle-like soft mental QB.

He's done, this is one of the more laughable moves in NFL history. Yet some of you try and justify it. HILARIOUS :lol:

Julio is not a # 2 receiver. He is a # 1. We have 2 #1's now. And remember in two years from now Roddy will be turning 32 as Jones will be turning 25. We locked up our #1 for when Roddy, due to the clock of life, will have to move to our #2 option. Of course Holmgren thinks he got the better of the deal,it's his job. Truth of the matter is he is still with the Browns and we are the Falcons. Remember angry one, there is stil FA.

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So you choose a clip where the defense can't blitz and stays stagnant throughout the game as proof that noodle can do more than throw a 5yrd hook route?

Bahahahahahahahahahahahahahabahahahabahabahabahahahabahababahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahabababahahahah!

Care to find some flag footbball clips of noodle to make your point?

you said something along the lines of "put PB talent around him, **** still throw 5 yard hooks"

so he posts a clip of a td pass he threw surrounded by pro bowl talent.

sit down and shut up.

shame on whoever is typing your replies for you because theres no way someone with your low intelligence level could understand a keyboard.

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you said something along the lines of "put PB talent around him, **** still throw 5 yard hooks"

so he posts a clip of a td pass he threw surrounded by pro bowl talent.

sit down and shut up.

shame on whoever is typing your replies for you because theres no way someone with your low intelligence level could understand a keyboard.

lets try this one he threw it from 20 to the other 20

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EKKSVTLKRs

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TD himself said talks with cincinnati were never serious....he was probably using them to put pressure on the browns or as leverage

Yes of course, a GM would certainly tell his draft pick "We love you but really wanted Green." That would go over well.

GM's lie all the time, stop getting on knees for TD and formulate an original opinion.

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Was he a game-changer in college?....................

I'm waiting.......no he wasn't even close.

wait no longer RUN 1ST OFFENSE.. they ran richardson and ingram on 3rd and 9 pretty regularly and jpw and mccelroy as your QB's <_< nfl ready huh now he's got a good young gun slinging the rock to him

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wait no longer RUN 1ST OFFENSE.. they ran richardson and ingram on 3rd and 9 pretty regularly and jpw and mccelroy as your QB's <_< nfl ready huh now he's got a good young gun slinging the rock to him

Right so he wasn't a game-changer in college. Make all the excuses you want, dude is a marginal talent. The fact that TD sold his young child to get him makes simpletons think more highly of him.

WRONG

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