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18 hours ago, VTCrunkler said:

Nice. Just more evidence TD and co are slaying it. 

And I recall when we drafted Gage and Foye posters bemoaning the notion TD was yet again wasting late round picks on what could only ever be special teams players. 

I pushed back on that, asking how they are concluding such nonsense. To be sure, I  had no idea Foye would play like this, and Gage is even showing he might be able to play snaps at receiver. I’m surprised they are both looking so good. 

 

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36 minutes ago, gazoo said:

And I recall when we drafted Gage and Foye posters bemoaning the notion TD was yet again wasting late round picks on what could only ever be special teams players. 

I pushed back on that, asking how they are concluding such nonsense. I had no idea Foye would play like this, and Gage is even showing he might be able to play snaps at receiver 

 

Late round picks becoming contributors. Just more shine. More icing on the cake. We need those guys. Solid all around. 

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2 hours ago, gazoo said:

And I recall when we drafted Gage and Foye posters bemoaning the notion TD was yet again wasting late round picks on what could only ever be special teams players. 

I pushed back on that, asking how they are concluding such nonsense. I had no idea Foye would play like this, and Gage is even showing he might be able to play snaps at receiver 

 

I’m still shocked fans are still trying to escort TD to the stateline.

Only thing he hasn’t done is win it all he’s pretty much done everything else as a GM.

I’d be worried about these fans that doubt the guys ability to do this job considering he’s been light years ahead of anyone else we’ve had.

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4 hours ago, kiwifalcon said:

I’m still shocked fans are still trying to escort TD to the stateline.

Only thing he hasn’t done is win it all he’s pretty much done everything else as a GM.

I’d be worried about these fans that doubt the guys ability to do this job considering he’s been light years ahead of anyone else we’ve had.

Hasn't he won GM of the year twice?

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14 hours ago, gazoo said:

And I recall when we drafted Gage and Foye posters bemoaning the notion TD was yet again wasting late round picks on what could only ever be special teams players. 

I pushed back on that, asking how they are concluding such nonsense. I had no idea Foye would play like this, and Gage is even showing he might be able to play snaps at receiver 

 

Mike Mayock had Gage listed as one of his top (100) draft prospects for 2018. He has all the measurables to be a really good WR. 

The 2018 draft will wind-up producing more Starters, than the 2016 Draft (did not say it was better yet, but will produce higher number of starting players).

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34 minutes ago, Cheap Talk said:

Mike Mayock had Gage listed as one of his top (100) draft prospects for 2018. He has all the measurables to be a really good WR. 

The 2018 draft will wind-up producing more Starters, than the 2016 Draft (did not say it was better yet, but will produce higher number of starting players).

Given what we already saw of rookie Foye, which to me is astounding given him playing at Yale,  and what we are hearing about Russell Gage out of OTAs, the 2018 draft is starting to shape up as a phenomenal haul for talent. 

No question Ridley is the real deal, Senat has already proven to be at very  least a rotational DL, Ito Smith I freaking LOVE, so it Oliver can prove himself a starter wow what a draft 

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8 hours ago, red falcon said:

Hasn't he won GM of the year twice?

Sure has and has adapted well to change not many will dare mention that.In a league where the environment is always changing our GM has done a pretty decent job adapting and keeping this team competitive.There are far more ups than downs.But for a bit of better decision making on the field I’d be escorting a few of these doubters to the state line before TD lol.

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2 minutes ago, kiwifalcon said:

Sure has and has adapted well to change not many will dare mention that.In a league where the environment is always changing our GM has done a pretty decent job adapting and keeping this team competitive.There are far more ups than downs.But for a bit of better decision making on the field I’d be escorting a few of these doubters to the state line before TD lol.

I think he’s done a great job. 

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18 minutes ago, xSICKxWITHxITx said:

Lol at people who think this. TD was good before Pioli and will be good after Pioli. Who hired Pioli away?

Sick I think he was pretty decent before Pioli was here and that’s not saying he won’t be a loss.As long as DQ is clear and the message doesn’t change to what sought of players he wants I think he’ll be ok.

Just think of Piolis farewell gift is loading up this Oline for the next decade fingers crossed.I mean we lost Caldwell and Snead in a short time and managed to stay a float.We still have plenty of experience in that scouting room even though Pioli has left.

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44 minutes ago, gazoo said:

Given what we already saw of rookie Foye, which to me is astounding given him playing at Yale,  and what we are hearing about Russell Gage out of OTAs, the 2018 draft is starting to shape up as a phenomenal haul for talent. 

No question Ridley is the real deal, Senat has already proven to be at very  least a rotational DL, Ito Smith I freaking LOVE, so it Oliver can prove himself a starter wow what a draft 

See this is where the naysayers have to eat it when it comes to signing our premier talent.Who gives a flying F**k about the salary cap if we keep drafting guys like you mention.

This too me is the key for the Falcons so called lack or size of a SB window.Stack the roster with developed talent,pay the cornerstones of it,make some tough decisions.Yes good players will be let go and keep moving foward.

All these dumb *** threads about the cap and we can’t hold this who cares if we keep drafting well.

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