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9 minutes ago, Falconsfan567 said:

Love it!! Need the backs to make plays in the passing game!! Can be such a dangerous weapon as it was in 2016. Remember how impressively the Falcons used Coleman to beat the Broncos defense time and time again?

Sark should have a field day this season with the talent and experience he has with this offense. There should be a way to beat every team in the league because no defense is capable of stopping all of our offensive weapons if they're used to the maximum on every play. Just too much to deal with.

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1 minute ago, Falconsfan567 said:

Yet we don't know which one you're replying to because it doesn't show up because it's in a quote box. Which takes me back to my question, why? It's annoying.

Gage. His route wasn't crisp. He wasn't driving before his cut. And then he just round his cut off.

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Just now, celtiksage said:

They all look like they are going half speed. Must just be warmups.

But still shouldn't round your cuts off. You have to chop your steps, plant, and turn.

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3 minutes ago, BoomGoesTheDynamite said:

Who did Vic just run over?

Looked like 77 again. Same guy he's been owning all training camp. I don't know who 77 is but dude is quickly working himself onto the first cut list.

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7 minutes ago, PokerSteve said:

Sark should have a field day this season with the talent and experience he has with this offense. There should be a way to beat every team in the league because no defense is capable of stopping all of our offensive weapons if they're used to the maximum on every play. Just too much to deal with.

Yep. No excuses this year.

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5 minutes ago, Flying Falcon said:

But still shouldn't round your cuts off. You have to chop your steps, plant, and turn.

True dat.

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Falcons should be able to stretch the field vertically and horizontally every single play, make the defense defend every single inch of territory every single play, and have every defense worn out and dragging by the 4th quarter, then close them out with say, Ito Smith running every play in the 4th quarter [ with a 2-3 score lead]

 

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4 minutes ago, falconidae said:

Falcons should be able to stretch the field vertically and horizontally every single play, make the defense defend every single inch of territory every single play, and have every defense worn out and dragging by the 4th quarter, then close them out with say, Ito Smith running every play in the 4th quarter [ with a 2-3 score lead]

 

If the pieces come together, and we can protect Matt, it'll be all up to Sark and his play calling because we have enough talent now to get nearly anything done IMO.

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29 minutes ago, FentayeJones said:

Peter King visited camp last Friday, here's his takeaway

 

I expect Hooper, with that f'n killer stiffarm of his, to get at least 10+ TDs this season.

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35 minutes ago, FentayeJones said:

Peter King visited camp last Friday, here's his takeaway [Hoop can get 68 catches this year]

 

Don't see Hoop with 70 catches this year, simply because, even if he's gotten better, he's still going to be the 4th or 5th option on every play. That does assume Ridley is as good as advertised and Saubert takes a big jump in his second year. Still- Julio, Sanu, Ridley, Free, Coleman are going to be ahead of him pretty much every play. Then you have Hardy, Hall, Saubert as possibilities.

I think 50-55 catches, with 600-700 yards and 5-6 TDs would be a very good year from him.

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Just now, falconidae said:

Don't see Hoop with 70 catches this year, simply because, even if he's gotten better, he's still going to be the 4th or 5th option on every play. That does assume Ridley is as good as advertised and Saubert takes a big jump in his second year. Still- Julio, Sanu, Ridley, Free, Coleman are going to be ahead of him pretty much every play. Then you have Hardy, Hall, Saubert as possibilities.

I think 50-55 catches, with 600-700 yards and 5-6 TDs would be a very good year from him.

Yeah, its too many mouths to feed on the team for Hoop to have 70 catches. 

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