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PFF’s State of the Franchise: Atlanta Falcons

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On 7/13/2019 at 9:07 PM, VTCrunkler said:

So Lindstrom was 90 does that make his conversion a 70 at the next level

i think a good grade is a high seventy?

Not sure, I think it’s more they are graded on if they did their job, if they won or lost on a play.  Because Lindstrom played against people that will never sniff the NFL, he won a lot more than he likely will in the NFL because level of competition goes way up.  So I think that’s why you will see a player entering the draft look dominate in a certain grade.  Again, I could be wrong but that’s my understanding of it.

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1 hour ago, rings639 said:

Not sure, I think it’s more they are graded on if they did their job, if they won or lost on a play.  Because Lindstrom played against people that will never sniff the NFL, he won a lot more than he likely will in the NFL because level of competition goes way up.  So I think that’s why you will see a player entering the draft look dominate in a certain grade.  Again, I could be wrong but that’s my understanding of it.

Hey he held his own against future first rounders @ Clemson d line. But I get your point. 

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On 7/12/2019 at 1:05 PM, The Legendary SB said:

I've heard fantasy football gurus writing off Freeman this year because of Koetter.  Maybe they are not factoring in Mularkey and I hope Mularkey can keep the run game moving.  

2012 - Turners age 30 season after the mileage that was put on him his first several years on the Falcons.

2013 & 14 - Steven Jackson's age 30 & 31 seasons when he was clearly done.

2015 - Dough Martin runs for 1400 yards and another 270 receiving.  Pro Bowl and All Pro this season

2016 & 17 - Doug Martin plays limited games and Quizz and Peyton Barber are underwhelming as expected.

2018 - Peyton Barber is the lead back

I don't know what our running game will look like this season but this is not a recipe for success.

 

 

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