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Falcons 2016 NFC South Champs Plaque Fail


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Look at the bottom left picture. I had no idea who Reed was until I looked him up. He was on the roster last year as a backup Center. Why in the world would they decide to use that picture for the plaque?! I guess it was too hard to use a pic from this season.

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Jake Reed was an UDFA out of Illinois THIS season. He was waived during the preseason with an injury settlement, after the Redskins game.

This picture is likely from that game, Week 1 of the preseason, WAS at ATL.

So it is from 2016, though I agree with you that it's a very strange picture of choose. It's unfortunately possible that the person who picked this photo assumed it was Brooks Reed...

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1 minute ago, virginiafalcon said:

Jake Reed was an UDFA out of Illinois THIS season. He was waived during the preseason with an injury settlement, after the Redskins game.

This picture is likely from that game, Week 1 of the preseason, WAS at ATL.

So it is from 2016, though I agree with you that it's a very strange picture of choose. It's unfortunately possible that the person who picked this photo assumed it was Brooks Reed...

Ah ok, thanks for the clarification!

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Maybe its just a place holder pic for the advertisement and the actual pic they use there will be different? That does happen from time to time which is why sometimes on commercials you see the little writing at the bottom which will say something along the lines of "actual picture may vary or change without subject to notice."

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