I'm concerned about him, too. It's been four straight years of early soft tissue injuries.
No. I don't have Roddy's loot.
He'll get in a fight and get tossed. I'd rather have him out there fighting over what we saw last season.
There aren't any moves to be made. That period over with. There are 90 players on 32 teams. About all you can do now is watch the waiver wire. Nobody is cutting any All-Pro players. Enjoy the ride back to respectability.
Mike Cunningham of the AJC. He helps on the beat. He's a legend!!!
They should be fine with the massive front line. Their job -- find the ball-- should be easy.
You can't go wrong with the Ribeyes!!! Cut a head of cabbage into quarters, wrap in foil and get some veggies.
Joe Hawley is fine.I loved him snapping on the rookie and then sending Ryan Schraeder to deliver the message. Hey, it's football. Rookies don't talk. Hawley's had the toughest camp because he goes against Paul Soliai every day!!!! I love Joe Hawley!!! Cunningham is not so big on him though.
.....they keep Matt Ryan clean, Julio's back healthy, Steven Jackson has a flashback and the defense stops the run and sacks the opposing QB. (That's a lot!)
Quizz is steady and assignment sure. Coaches like that. Antone Smith is doing well. Look for him to have a big exhibition season.
He might have a little gas left in the tank. Might as well find out at this point.
The Falcons will work the wire, but I think linebacker is the major area of concern. They like their plan to play three and four wide receivers more.
I'm going 8-8, 9-7 right now.
Tay (that's what we called him when played QB for the Spartans) is doing well. They like his size. He's studying hard in the class room and now has to impress on the field. If he can't make the team, perhaps he could help on the practice squad.
He has looked good, but I worry about his toughness after seeing him complain about getting popped by a linebacker at Friday Night Lights. You never expect much from rookies. Whatever they can contribute is "extra."
Yes. Especially, if the owner called out his team for letting Matt Ryan get popped last year.
Pretty sure, he meant "contenders." Keep it moving.
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If the offensive line can pass protect if Matt Ryan is in an obvious passing situation. Also, I'd like to see a pass rush.
No very impressive. He's coming off an undisclosed injury and is coming along slowly. If he catches 30 passes and 5 touchdowns, that would be awesome. He'll be a red zone threat.