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Not sure how much merit this holds , and can Falcons afford to resign Lofton and be able to bring in C Nicks and M Williams ???????

dont know , but I hope they find a way to make it work...

Steve Wyche NFL.com

Texans will have to fight off Seahawks, Falcons

There are plenty of teams that could use Mario Williams, but the two places I've recently heard that could be in play are Seattle and Atlanta. The Seahawks' emerging defense could thrive with a versatile "elephant" linebacker/defensive end like Williams who can really get after the quarterback. The Falcons are letting aging pass-rush specialist John Abraham hit the free agent market and they desperately need a pass rusher in a division loaded with talented QBs.

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Falcons could win South with Williams in the mix

The Atlanta Falcons are the best fit for Williams. They desperately need a pass rusher of his skill, and GM Thomas Dimitroff has made it known they need to become more explosive along the defensive front.

Williams will command an enormous salary, but his ability to create disruption off the edge could push the Falcons over the top in the NFC South.

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no doubt..... I love Abe , but with Super Mario, yea hes elite, or was.... remember he was injured almost the entire season last yr.... in this case it wont effect his going rate tho lol....

Love Abe

but looking more and more like he has played his last down for Falcons

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You will have to battle with Paul Allen money (scary) to get him and are these really the only 2 teams looking at super mario?

It does not matter how much money an owner has they are bound by the salary cap.

Which is something you have made clear you know nothing about.

Will we be the only 2 teams? doubt it but The falcons represent one of the best fits. We have more cap space then the average contenders, we ARE a contender,, we play in a 4-3, Atlanta is close to his home in NC then any other contender,We have some good layers on defense already here.

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It does not matter how much money an owner has they are bound by the salary cap.

Which is something you have made clear you know nothing about.

Will we be the only 2 teams? doubt it but The falcons represent one of the best fits. We have more cap space then the average contenders, we ARE a contender,, we play in a 4-3, Atlanta is close to his home in NC then any other contender,We have some good layers on defense already here.

Why are you such a great fit.

Why your domination in the playoffs? Or the chance to play with the great Ray edwards? You think you're contenders I think your window has closen you just don't it know yet.

His family is more of the northen part of NC and Since he grew up in NC he grew up hating the falcons.

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Let me get this straight, we started rebuilding at the end of 2007 and our window closed at the end of the 2011 season?

I guess that means your window will close in 2014, no?

Let me get this straight, we started rebuilding at the end of 2007 and our window closed at the end of the 2011 season?

I guess that means your window will close in 2014, no?

We're not depending on a 30 year old RB. 2 Bad FA signings a cordinator from Jacksonville and a bad Oline to get better.

I respect some of you falcon fans but some of you are a little to cocky for a team who hasn't won ****.

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Why are you such a great fit.

Why your domination in the playoffs? Or the chance to play with the great Ray edwards? You think you're contenders I think your window has closen you just don't it know yet.

His family is more of the northen part of NC and Since he grew up in NC he grew up hating the falcons.

Lets see we have a top 10 qb, 2 top 10 wrs, we STILL have one of the best Te's in the game.

We also have the best defense in the south and one of the better ones in the league.

Our window has not "closened" at all in fact it is still very very much open.

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We're not depending on a 30 year old RB. 2 Bad FA signings a cordinator from Jacksonville and a bad Oline to get better.

I respect some of you falcon fans but some of you are a little to cocky for a team who hasn't won ****.

That "bad " oc from Jacksonville has ranked higher then Chud the dud every year except one.

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We're not depending on a 30 year old RB. 2 Bad FA signings a cordinator from Jacksonville and a bad Oline to get better.

I respect some of you falcon fans but some of you are a little to cocky for a team who hasn't won ****.

How the **** is saying our window has yet to close being cocky?

Ahh, welcome to the ignore club.

*Yawn*

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Btw we do not rely on a "30 year old back"

Ryan is the catalyses for our offense now and his passing attempts going up every year shows that.

Maybe you should focus on trying to stop Ryan before you comment on the falcons window be closed ok?

After all he only had what 6 tds vs the panthers this year

in contrast cam had what 5 picks vs the falcons??

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Lets see we have a top 10 qb, 2 top 10 wrs, we STILL have one of the best Te's in the game.

We also have the best defense in the south and one of the better ones in the league.

Our window has not "closened" at all in fact it is still very very much open.

1. Top 10 this and top 10 that what happen to being a top 10 offense? You were 1 right?

2. Best defense by default that's now maybe losing their MLB, best Pass rusher, and has Grimes signed his tag yet? Plus add in the fact you are now learning a new system. Could be a setback for most teams but not the 5 time lombardi champ falcons?

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I'm callin it right now. If Atlanta lands Mario, RC will be flooded with 'Williams is soooo over-rated' and 'Atlanta overpaid for Mario, lulz' posts

I'm already on board with that thought......cool.png

"Course i live in Houston and have watched all the plays ole' Super Mario takes off in games.

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Btw we do not rely on a "30 year old back"

Ryan is the catalyses for our offense now and his passing attempts going up every year shows that.

Maybe you should focus on trying to stop Ryan before you comment on the falcons window be closed ok?

After all he only had what 6 tds vs the panthers this year

in contrast cam had what 5 picks vs the falcons??

Yeah but one was a rookie and 1 was a 4 year vet. let's see how it works out with Cam having a full offseason and being in the same system for the 1st time since highschool. I know I'm exicted about it.

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Let me get this straight, we started rebuilding at the end of 2007 and our window closed at the end of the 2011 season?

I guess that means your window will close in 2014, no?

Saints started rebuilding in 2006 and it APPEARS our window is closing rapidly. Of course we did win it all in 2009.

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Saints started rebuilding in 2006 and it APPEARS our window is closing rapidly. Of course we did win it all in 2009.

if your window is in fact closing , its your own Fault. ... and your rebuild started with a Vet QB not a Rookie so - 4 yrs is alot in NFL terms, even at that Brees has 2 or 3 yrs left in him for sure, I would do all i could to keep him happy while the window is still there.....

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if your window is in fact closing , its your own Fault. ... and your rebuild started with a Vet QB not a Rookie so - 4 yrs is alot in NFL terms, even at that Brees has 2 or 3 yrs left in him for sure, I would do all i could to keep him happy while the window is still there.....

Ahhhhh, I didn't get a nickle Shred.....it's probably not MY fault.

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Saints started rebuilding in 2006 and it APPEARS our window is closing rapidly. Of course we did win it all in 2009.

I don't see the Saints window as closing. As long a Brees is under center and Peyton calling the plays, the Saints still have to be considered a SB contender.

Now if Goodell drops a post season ban on the Saints for a few years, then yes, it's time to start rebuilding.

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