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Tice is calling the shots on the Oline and never hesitated on Jake moving to the left side. He told him before the Baker was fully diagnosed to get his head ready during the game was still going on.

Jake is better suited in pass protection from that side as he will face the quicker pass specialist rather than the bigger physical DE type looking to shut down the run as a priority as well.

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Tice is calling the shots on the Oline and never hesitated on Jake moving to the left side. He told him before the Baker was fully diagnosed to get his head ready during the game was still going on.

Jake is better suited in pass protection from that side as he will face the quicker pass specialist rather than the bigger physical DE type looking to shut down the run as a priority as well.

have to agree, sooner is better than later
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Tice is calling the shots on the Oline and never hesitated on Jake moving to the left side. He told him before the Baker was fully diagnosed to get his head ready during the game was still going on.

Jake is better suited in pass protection from that side as he will face the quicker pass specialist rather than the bigger physical DE type looking to shut down the run as a priority as well.

Certainly if Matthews plays well at LT this in effect ends Baker's career in Atlanta. He's too expensive as a backup LT and he's just not physical and strong enough for the right side.

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The Biermann discussion was a big take away for me.

I was surprised when the coach called Biermann the unquestioned leader and seemed to kiss his butt.

I never thought Biermann earned that type of respect based on his body of work.

He was talking to him like he was JJ Watt.

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My knee still hurts, Freeman needs to do a way better job of taking care of his body. Skipping breakfast, was probably too tired to get out of bed. Smh. Kroy may still be on the team because for some reason our coaches like him. Falcons knew as soon as the Baker injury occured they were moving Jake and Tice really did not seem too concerned about Baker..maybe his game face or he really isnt impressed with Baker at all.

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The Biermann discussion was a big take away for me.

I was surprised when the coach called Biermann the unquestioned leader and seemed to kiss his butt.

I never thought Biermann earned that type of respect based on his body of work.

He was talking to him like he was JJ Watt.

agree with this. biermann is a journeyman lucky to be on a roster player. he is in no way shape or form a difference maker on the football field. to me this shows the lack of talent in our LB corp.

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The Biermann discussion was a big take away for me.

I was surprised when the coach called Biermann the unquestioned leader and seemed to kiss his butt.

I never thought Biermann earned that type of respect based on his body of work.

He was talking to him like he was JJ Watt.

I agree 100%. White boy has no game. Hel, he was average BEFORE his injury.Leader??? ROFLMAO!!! That kind of talk makes the coach look clueless.

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The Biermann discussion was a big take away for me.

I was surprised when the coach called Biermann the unquestioned leader and seemed to kiss his butt.

I never thought Biermann earned that type of respect based on his body of work.

He was talking to him like he was JJ Watt.

I agree. It's been a big point of contention on the radio today.

Kroy has never been more than a solid player, he only excelled on Special Teams. I just don't get the amount of loyalty to him. I don't have a problem with him being on the roster, but if loyalty to an average player like Kroy is keeping potential good players like Mass, Smith, or Starr from getting needed reps, that's an issue that this coaching staff isn't developing players.

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The Biermann discussion was a big take away for me.

I was surprised when the coach called Biermann the unquestioned leader and seemed to kiss his butt.

I never thought Biermann earned that type of respect based on his body of work.

He was talking to him like he was JJ Watt.

Perhaps he meant leadership as in "you are the veteran...you are supposed to be the example for the younger guys". Perhaps the same way Joe Horn was a leader for Roddy who was clearly a better player than Horn?

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To me the Biermann thing seemed to be more of a coach concerned that his player is nowhere near were he needs to be. I am wondering if Mass/Maponga get more snaps in 4-3 and biermann only gets 3-4 snaps or passing downs

I have been a fan but he doesn't look good at all

THIS IS WHAT i GOT OUT OF IT... NOT SO MUCH AZZ KISSING, BUT MORE LIKE, "WE'RE NOT SEEING FROM YOU WHAT WE KNOW YOU'RE CAPABLE OF, OR WHAT WE NEED..."
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The Biermann discussion was a big take away for me.

I was surprised when the coach called Biermann the unquestioned leader and seemed to kiss his butt.

I never thought Biermann earned that type of respect based on his body of work.

He was talking to him like he was JJ Watt.

I think it was handled that way so as to save face for him on camara, when the coach questioned his effort/ability.
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