They already moved him once. I don't suspect they'd move him again.
Your are only going to hit on 30 percent of your picks. He was way ahead of that clip early on.
Old man Babineaux is the best pass rusher or if Osi has a flash back.
It's a factor. Drafting and scouting for scheme fits are too. The Southward and Hageman picks were partially why I gave them a C on their draft. I believe it was the lowest grade they received. Southward was an analytics pick. His football tape doesn't suggest that he'll be a starting free safety in the NFL, but the Falcons believe they can "make" him one. Hageman was inconsistent in college. Surprise, surprise, he's inconsistent so far in the NFL.
There are several factors. It's no guarantee any of those draft picks were going to be any good.
No word. They didn't workout any players last week. There are not any good players on the street right now as free agents. Teams don't trade good offensive linemen in season.
The scouting department has to hit on late round and undrafted talent. The injuries could catch up to the Bengals later.
I will put that on my list of questions.
The Falcons are built like the Colts when Peyton Manning got his money. They recycled linebackers on the low-low. That's what the Falcons are doing.
They are only 1-1. There's a lot of football league. They believe they can generate a pass rush as currently constituted.
We don't know. Everybody's guessing. My guess is 3 to 4 weeks. Smith is going to be careful with him after he rushed Roddy White and Michael Turner back too soon from high ankle sprains.
I don't know on Biermann. But when you pay the QB big money, you have to get cheap talent somewhere. The Falcons have cheap talent at linebacker.
No. Julio Jones appeared concerned about his foot, but he went back in the game. There were no injuries announced in the press box.
Kind of hard to replace him at this point. Perhaps when Matthews comes back, Carimi goes to RT and Holmes to the bench.
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Probably about 10 to 15 times a game. I expect four wides in seconds and mid-range.
Um, I think you can. But let's call Atl-Sea a tie. SF had the upper hand because of a far superior defense. Zach Miller torched the defense. ZACH MILLER. Not Kellen Winslow Sr. San Fran's defense was elite. The 49ers' offense figured out the Falcons couldn't cover tight ends and Vernon Davis AND Delanie Walker killed them. Mix in a little Frank Gore and some LaMichael James and the defense crumbled.
Todd O - This is a major test for the O.line.
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Not yet. I didn't want eat it all Week. But have been saving tonight for a good BBQ dinner.
Yes, their offense is a pop-gun operation. I had to focus on the Falcons Oline. I've discussed the Houston offense with John McClain and Brian Smith. Chuck Barkley would call them "Turrrible." Most Houston fans believe they cut the wrong quarterback and should have kept T.J. Yates.
Yeah, I know. He has the unit looking tight and cohesive. I've been impressed with his work and demeanor. Admittedly, I like Maryland guys since my little cousin (Duane Dunham) played for the Terps and Boomer was always good to me back in my Bengals days. You have to give him kind of pass on those Chicago lines. They were just a bunch of "guys" and coach Martz was trying to do deep pass drops with a line that couldn't block. Wasn't really his fault. He had some good groups in Minnesota.