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Who thinks that Julio's "hamstring injuries" are because he's tired of this coaching staff's BS?


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When Dan Quinn was first fired Julio's hamstring injury got magically got better in one week. He said he felt great. Maybe now Julio realizes Raheem Morris isn't the answer because he blames it on player execution and not Dirk Koetter's play calling. So now maybe Julio is fed up with this current coaching staff. Is it possible?

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Come on now. 

That's super insulting to one of the greatest Falcons 

If there's one single player in the NFL who wouldn't do some primadonna bs like this, it's Julio.

1 minute ago, RYNE said:

I think it’s a sign that he’s getting older and his race car body is starting to fail him. Especially after he talked about all the preventive maintenance he has been doing. 

He's only like 31. He should be able to go another 2-3 years at minimum unless he gets a serious injury. 

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47 minutes ago, ROMERO said:

Julio would never fake anything. Dont disrespect that man. Man has bad luck with injuries. 

Truth.

TAFT narrative on Julio and injuries is greatly exaggerated. Over last 7 seasons, hes played in something like 100 games (out of last 106)....Compare that to Beckham, Brown, Evans, Allen,  Thomas (this year)....

TAFT is full of crapola on this. Julio Jones has been one of most durable receivers in league over a long period of time.

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6 minutes ago, Vandy said:

Truth.

TAFT narrative on Julio and injuries is greatly exaggerated. Over last 7 seasons, hes played in something like 100 games (out of last 106)....Compare that to Beckham, Brown, Evans, Allen,  Thomas (this year)....

TAFT is full of crapola on this. Julio Jones has been one of most durable receivers in league.

and throw in when he's hurt, he still plays a lot of the time. I'd rather have 85% julio than 100% of all but just a few other WR in the league

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22 minutes ago, mtldirtybird said:

Yeah, the least selfish player who was standing with the helmet on wanting to go back in the game and known for his never quit work-ethic is faking it and watching the team lose with a close up view from the sideline...

Not to mention, if you’re faking an injury, would you really go back in late in a game to pick up fourth down to keep a meaningless drive going?

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