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Everything posted by scar988

  1. Dominique Blaylock at UGA is finally healthy. IF he can stay healthy, he looks like a top 10 pick.
  2. Yeah, but that same starting QB who was benched at points once he got back? I'm just saying...
  3. Rodgers is 2 years older than Ryan. When Rodgers goes on the market, Ryan will still be under contract for one more year. When the Falcons replace Ryan, it will be with someone super young. Not Rodgers.
  4. I know a lot about the situation. It mirrors what Dan Quinn did in Atlanta in a lot of ways. Year 4, injuries. Year 5, there's no excuses. Need at least a winning season. Otherwise, it makes no sense to keep them. I get it, but Dan Quinn had injury issues in Atlanta hurting the Falcons in 2018, 2019 and early 2020, and he still got fired. Just saying. I'm ok if the 49ers go 7-10 in perpetuity.
  5. I trust Nagy more than I trust Shanahan has a head coach. I love Shanny as a play caller and an OC, but he's not a head coach. Not yet at least.
  6. Would the pairing in San Francisco not be on some sort of hot seat? I only ask because: 2017 - 6-10 2018 - 4-12 2019 - 13-3 Lost SB 2020 - 6-10 If they go 7-10 or worse, how do they not get the boot? Even with a new, "hand picked" QB? That's going 23-45 (.338 win rate) over a 5 year span. One good year shouldn't save them.
  7. You can only designate players for post-June 1 cap stuff on cuts. Not trades. You have to actually wait until after June 1 for trades. I expect us to see a few trades go down after June 1.
  8. Falcons? I don't see the Falcons being in on him at all. Matt Ryan is going to likely play out his contract. Likely signing an extension next year to push off some cap hit too.
  9. I’m always down. I might be interested in helping you figure out financing with the banks and such for your dealership. Theres a lot of you don’t know what you don’t know in the business.
  10. Mayfield is a guard, though. And his testing at guard is above average. So I don't see the issue there. Graham is a needed true 5-T for the rotation, and adds competition up front. Adding in Ogundeji as a blitzing OLB made a lot of sense for the scheme. He'll fit in fine here. The Darren Hall pick was a bit surprising, but he seemingly was selected for a long-term nickel. Think Mackensie Alexander or Brian Poole type nickel.
  11. Honestly, Olave or Metchie.
  12. just going on per game production for those who played 4 full seasons or more: 1) Calvin Johnson 2) Julio Jones 3) Odell Beckham 4) Antonio Brown 5) A.J. Green 6) Mike Evans 7) Nuke Hopkins 😎 Dez Bryant 9) Tyreek Hill 10) Demaryius Thomas
  13. Tampa Bay Kansas City Baltimore Buffalo Atlanta I don't feel like I'm being a homer for Atlanta either. They were the worst team in the redzone TD conversion percentage last year and they should do much better with a better TE and a coach who knows how to run the red zone offense better.
  14. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/falcons-2021-draft-class-reveal-uniform-numbers Nothing really crazy here for numbers in Atlanta. Some interesting choices, though and the last guy who wore it. 8 for Pitts is unique. Seems like they're reserving single digits for QBs, K/P and great expectations players. 27 for Grant is college #. Kazee wore it last 77 for Mayfield. worn by Hageman and Clabo 34 for Hall, normally worn by scrubs in Atlanta 67 for Dalman, normally worn by fat boys in Atlanta. 95 for Graham, worn by Jack Crawford and Johnathan Babineaux
  15. Yeah, so I did a really good job through 4 rounds. Then the wheels fell off, but late round picks are about who you like for your schemes and fits, not value.
  16. I don't think he's going to eat into Julio's production as much as say, Russell Gage's production and Hayden Hurst's production. 2020 Falcons receiving: Calvin Ridley 1375 yards (ate into Julio's total because of the injury to Julio, was on pace for 1200 before Julio injury) Russell Gage 785 yards (ate into Julio's total because of the injury to Julio, on pace for 400 before injury) Julio Jones 770 yards (on pace for 1350 before injury) Hayden Hurst 570 yards Various: 1100 yards. 4600 yards total. Assuming that there's another say, 300 yards this
  17. In looking at the contracts for the Falcons, the roster is looking like this for 2022: QB: Matt Ryan RB: Mike Davis, Qadree Ollison FB Keith Smith WR: Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage, Frank Darby, Olamide Zaccheaus, Chris Rowland TE: Kyle Pitts OL: Jake Matthews, Kaleb McGary, Chris Lindstrom, Jalen Mayfield, Drew Dalman, Matt Hennessy DL: Grady Jarrett, Marlon Davidson, John Cominsky, Ta'Quon Graham EDGE: Dante Fowler, Ade Ogundeji LB: Deion Jones, Mykal Walker CB: A.J. Terrell, Kendall Sheffield, Darren Hall, Avery Williams S: R
  18. My last 4 picks really skew those #s for me, huh?
  19. This is just a really bad take.
  20. Don't love the Falcons passing on Fields, but Pitts is arguably the Julio Jones of TEs so I guess we'll have to live with Matt Ryan telling other teams to get the F off his field in 2021.
  21. Updated front page with Pitts and McCarron
  22. Great backup signing. LOL @AkronsWitness. McCarron is just a backup. Now and forever.
  23. Good pick for the Falcons in this round. Also, I feel vindicated seeing the Bears trade yesterday knowing how wrong you were about the value of the trade.
  24. New long-term tight end in the Falcons offense. Pitts may have to select a new # tho.
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