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Ty Sambrailo

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I usually take the chance to applaud TD when I get the chance, so here I go again. 

Of course we never could've expected Schraeder getting hurt, but the trade for Sambrailo was a preparation move - and what a valuable one it already is. 

Ty had a pretty solid game last night being thrown into the fire with just a few weeks in Atlanta. 

I was really impressed with Wes and Ty last night. Big reason why the offense had so much success. 

Brilliant job TD to take a chance on a guy with tons of talent who just needs to get healthy and get in a good system fit. 

We have legit depth on this offensive line, and that's a necessity in today's NFL. 

Well done, Ty. 

 

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We may se Paztor at RT if Shraeder misses significant time as Sambrialo projects as a LT.  I think that may be the way they go similar to what they did with Garland by keeping him on the bench because he backs up multiple positions.  Paztor is more like Schraeder than Sambrialo any way.

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20 minutes ago, lostnmexico said:

We may se Paztor at RT if Shraeder misses significant time as Sambrialo projects as a LT.  I think that may be the way they go similar to what they did with Garland by keeping him on the bench because he backs up multiple positions.  Paztor is more like Schraeder than Sambrialo any way.

Or keep the guy who has already shown he can do it?? 

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Yeah he wasn't very good when he first came in, but he picked it up. I'm glad TD decided to invest in offensive line depth. It took seeing how bad the backups were in the preseason to make the change, but he got it done.

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1 minute ago, Colin_Pernett said:

Yeah he wasn't very good when he first came in, but he picked it up. I'm glad TD decided to invest in offensive line depth. It took seeing how bad the backups were in the preseason to make the change, but he got it done.

That's not true. Paztor would have been signed earlier, but he was coming off injury and Sambrailo wasn't available earlier.

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29 minutes ago, YoungHeezy said:

He had a shaky start. Those stunts were giving him and Wes trouble..they got it together as the game progressed

Yup.....that is to be expected given the fact that wes just finished his second offical game in the nfl and ty has been here a couple weeks.

All thing considered they did a great job imo.

Certainly room for improvement but it could have been much much worse

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57 minutes ago, WiscoFalcon said:

I usually take the chance to applaud TD when I get the chance, so here I go again. 

Of course we never could've expected Schraeder getting hurt, but the trade for Sambrailo was a preparation move - and what a valuable one it already is. 

Ty had a pretty solid game last night being thrown into the fire with just a few weeks in Atlanta. 

I was really impressed with Wes and Ty last night. Big reason why the offense had so much success. 

Brilliant job TD to take a chance on a guy with tons of talent who just needs to get healthy and get in a good system fit. 

We have legit depth on this offensive line, and that's a necessity in today's NFL. 

Well done, Ty. 

 

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Looks like a genius trade now. 

 

It would have have been a great trade regardless because prior to the trade we had hot garbage at the swing tackle position 

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I was very happy when we picked up Sambrialo.  Beasley tearing him up last year is fun and all, but the only real downside that he had in Den was that they are bulking up their Oline and he didn't fit the style.

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1 hour ago, WiscoFalcon said:

I usually take the chance to applaud TD when I get the chance, so here I go again. 

Of course we never could've expected Schraeder getting hurt, but the trade for Sambrailo was a preparation move - and what a valuable one it already is. 

Ty had a pretty solid game last night being thrown into the fire with just a few weeks in Atlanta. 

I was really impressed with Wes and Ty last night. Big reason why the offense had so much success. 

Brilliant job TD to take a chance on a guy with tons of talent who just needs to get healthy and get in a good system fit. 

We have legit depth on this offensive line, and that's a necessity in today's NFL. 

Well done, Ty. 

 

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Well said WiscoFalcon!  Depth in every area of the team is so vital in today's NFL for sure!

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40 minutes ago, SirCzah said:

I was very happy when we picked up Sambrialo.  Beasley tearing him up last year is fun and all, but the only real downside that he had in Den was that they are bulking up their Oline and he didn't fit the style.

There were reports last year that Ty was rehabbing his shoulder and got stuck in the game anyway. He's actually got a lot of potential. 

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1 hour ago, RYNE said:

Looks like a genius trade now. 

 

It would have have been a great trade regardless because prior to the trade we had hot garbage at the swing tackle position 

So Wes still suck and have zero chance of improving?

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