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I hope so. used properly in the slot Harry would be a beast of epic proportions. imagine an offense with a pissed off rejuvenated Roddy, a healthy Julio, an even pisseder Tony G with something to prove and Harry being used properly in the slot ...

scary ain't it

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I hope so. used properly in the slot Harry would be a beast of epic proportions. imagine an offense with a pissed off rejuvenated Roddy, a healthy Julio, an even pisseder Tony G with something to prove and Harry being used properly in the slot ...

scary ain't it

Now imagine that with a better OL hopefully after FA. A new OL coach. All hopefully meaning a more upright Matt Ryan...

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Now imagine that with a better OL hopefully after FA. A new OL coach. All hopefully meaning a more upright Matt Ryan...

the O-line is already better without playing one down. it's called the unknown factor. when defenses don't know your plays it makes blocking a whole lot easier

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Why would HD go to the team coached by the guy that refused to use him when he was here? Makes no sense.
Exactamundo.

Why the crap would HD even be interested in working for Mularkey again?

HD isn't Helen Keller. He saw and heard what went on here in Atlanta with Mularkey and himself.

"yeah, let me get back with my old girlfriend who never called me, cheated on me and farted in bed."

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The Jags are probably the only team that would want HD and probably wouldn't give him any better of a deal than we would.

On the surface it would make absolutely no sense to me. Mularky had HD and didn't know what to do with him. If he is taking his same 1990's offensive scheme to the Jags, how would HD's situation change?

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Man, so true. I want to forget about all the times I saw a formation, down and distance, and could literally call the play.

exactly dude. I've heard several reports from Falcons players that defenses knew the plays and were calling them out. every now & then we'd get a Matt Ryan 'you can't effin' stop it!' moment ... most times not. even when the saints & Giants stopped our 4th down plays both teams had defenders saying they knew what was coming and the snap count. and yet those guys still only gave up 26 sacks for the season after giving up 13 in the first 3 alone

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exactly dude. I've heard several reports from Falcons players that defenses knew the plays and were calling them out. every now & then we'd get a Matt Ryan 'you can't effin' stop it!' moment ... most times not. even when the saints & Giants stopped our 4th down plays both teams had defenders saying they knew what was coming and the snap count. and yet those guys still only gave up 26 sacks for the season after giving up 13 in the first 3 alone

Right. I loved the "you cant effin stop it" as much as the next person, but its still alarming that the D knew what was coming. Need unpredictability. It seems pretty obvious that its needed actually.

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Why would HD go to the team coached by the guy that refused to use him when he was here? Makes no sense.

Because he would be the #1 option their.... Here he was the #3 option at beast and with Julio here... #4... I hope we resign him but i do think the Jags will attempt to go after him

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