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durst

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Will the Falcon's Julio Jones set an NFL rookie record for receiving?

Not very likely, although he does have a shot at second place. After four games, Julio is averaging 85.5 yards/game.  If he continues at that current place, that will give him 1368 yards, assuming...

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A much closer look at 2011 NFL draft

From ESPN,   Read more: http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/40488/a-much-closer-look-at-2011-nfl-draft The NFL has become so specialized, particularly on defense, that players are...

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State of the Bucs: Before and After the Draft

BEFORE:      2010 record: 10-6     Record vs. Quality Opponents: 1-5     Last five seasons overall: 35-45 (.438) Despite 10 victories the Bucs didn't get into the postseason. Tampa Bay finished...

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Will Matt Ryan + Julio Jones = Joe Montana + Jerry Rice?

Ryan and Jones may not have careers that equal Rice and Montana's, but their first seasons together may be similar.  Much to my surprise, that may not be a good thing. For many years, people have...

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The Broncos: Pre and Post-Draft

Before: The Broncos defense could not stop anyone in 2010, ranking near the bottom of every defensive metric imaginable. They were last in total defense (6,253) and gave up more points than any...

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What the experts are saying: post draft

MOST SURPRISING MOVE By Pat Yasinskas ESPN[+] Enlarge Jones had 2,653 yards on 179 catches with 15 touchdowns in three seasons. The rumors started flying a few days before the draft that the...

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Personally I don't like any of the NFC South's drafts

I just don't like trading future 1st round picks, one could argue thats how the Panthers got where they are now:   Back in 2008 they traded a future (2009) 1st round pick for RT Jeff Otah (19th...

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Falcons "copycat" the Colts, instead of the Patriots

 It now seems like the Falcons may indeed be a team looking to copycat the Indianapolis Colts, and how they approach the draft.  Do the Colts trade five draft picks to move up and get one? No, but...

Durst's revised 2011 draft (with trades and explanations)

The Falcons  follow my plan! see what all 32 teams will do after the  jump: NFL Mock Draft - 04/26/2011 Round 1 1. Carolina Panthers Cam Newton, QB Auburn.  ESPN's Sal...

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Durst's 32 team Mock Draft with trades

The Falcons  follow my plan!see what all 32 teams will do after the  jump:

would you want your team to "sit out" the draft?

By "sit out" I don't mean they should not attend the draft, or pick players.   I mean should they attempt to trade 2011 picks for 2012 picks. Knowing there likely wont be any mini-camps and...

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If the Patriots can do it, why can't we?

By Michael Lombardi from NFL.com: The New England Patriots will have many teams vying for their first pick in the second round (No. 33 overall), but their most coveted pick will be the 28th pick...

Is Patrick Peterson is the best SAFETY in this draft?

Finally someone agrees with me..... Ex-49ers CB Eric Davis, who started 151 games from 1990-2002, believes Nebraska's Prince Amukamara will be a better corner at the next level than LSU's Patrick...

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Jabaal Sheard, DE Pittsburg (trade down target)

Sheard racked up 52 tackles, 14.5 tackles for a loss, 9 sacks and 4 forced fumbles in 2010 on his way to being named Big East Defensive Player of the Year.  During his 3 years as a starter Sheard...

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running back Taiwan Jones = the next Jamal Charles?

Eastern Washington running back Taiwan Jones had the kind of pro day everyone kind of expected from him on Thursday, displaying the type of elite straight-line speed that was evident on tape. Jones...

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what "others" are saying about the Falcons

I am somewhat of an internet addict, and have been surfing the web finding information about the upcoming NFL draft, and what "others" are saying about the Falcons....   From CBSSports.com  Speed...

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Scouting the enemy : Tampa Bay

Despite 10 victories the Bucs didn't get into the postseason. Tampa Bay finished third in the NFC South behind Atlanta and New Orleans last season. To leap them, the Bucs have to improve their pass...

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Titus Young: WR, Boise State (5-foot-11, 170 pounds)

INTRO (From National Football Post):  Unlike Torrey Smith, Young is a much more fluid and cleaner router who possesses the flexibility in his hips to sharply get out of his breaks. He offers the...

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Scouting the enemy : Carolina Panthers

For the 2010 NFL season, the Carolina Panthers were the doormat of the NFL.  The Falcons beat them twice, both times 31-10.  Carolina ended the year with just nine touchdown passes all season, the...

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Jonathan Baldwin (6’5 224 lbs.) WR, Pittsburgh Panthers

Who is the draft's third best WR? While first-round locks A.J. Green and Julio Jones get most of the pre-draft hype, Baldwin joins an athletic group of receiving prospects that includes Kentucky's...

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Common Sense: Why Not Trade Down? PART TWO

NFL Network's Albert Breer "keeps hearing -- from everyone" that a "ton" of trades will be made on April 28 by teams looking to acquire quarterbacks late in the first round. The feeling around the...

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Randall Cobb WR, Kentucky

Last season, as a receiver in 2010, he cautght 84 passes for 1,017 yards and seven touchdowns, he also threw three touchdown passes out of the "WildCobb" formation, and he broke the SEC...

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want to do a mockdraft?

we are doing a community mock draft and are in need of representation for the Chargers! if you are interested, signup is here: h...

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Falcons have their eye on Miami DL Allen Bailey

According to National Football Post report , Georgia native, Allen Bailey is on the Falcons radar.  A converted LB, draft analysts have questioned whether Bailey fits best at DT or DE. He said he...

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Joseph Barksdale: OT, LSU (6'5 - 315 lbs)

Entering the 2010 College football season, Walterfootball was the most optimistic about Barksdale:   "I don't understand why Barksdale isn't more well regarded as a 2011 NFL Draft prospect...

Julio Jones vs AJ Green (many opinions)

  In todays Monday Morning Quarterback (Tuesday edition) Sports Illustrated's Peter King discussed this topic: That's why I believe there's a better chance now, five weeks before the draft, that...

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Bruce Carter: OLB, North Carolina

Bruce Carter was supposed to be among a possible 3-5 first round draft choices selected in the 2011 draft from the Tar Heels, but suspension and injury sabotaged the possibility.  Carter wasn't...

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Common Sense: Why Not Trade Down?

I enjoyed reading Common Sense: Why Not Trade Up? and think the author made some excellent points. I decided to write about a contrasting option....    

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Justin Houston: DE, Georgia

 Houston has a light workout scheduled on March 25 with the Atlanta Falcons at the University of Georgia, speculating that the Falcons are seriously considering grabbing Houston with the No. 27...

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Adrian Clayborn: DE, Iowa

Clayborn is currently "mocked" to be the Atlanta Falcons 2011 1st round pick by Wes Bunting of  www.NationalFootballPost.com, both Chad Reuter, and Rob Rang of www.NFLDraftScout.com, and Don Banks...

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