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Category: FALCONS

Looking at NFL Coaches on the Hot Seat

Reading Time: 5 minutes It’s not even December yet, but it’s not too early to look at what teams should be doing in the offseason. A handful of teams have already pretty much given up on their seasons and they are looking towards the offseason.I’ve always been someone who believes that teams should always move on from players and coaches earlier than others because this league waits for no one. Not firing a coach on time could set back their team’s rebuild by a year or two. Here are some of the coaches that I believe should and shouldn’t...

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What’s Next For These Young Quarterbacks: Darnold, Haskins, Jones

Reading Time: 2 minutesThroughout their short NFL careers, Dwayne Haskins Jr., Daniel Jones, and Sam Darnold have been given little support to be able to justify their upper-first round draft selection. In 2020, Washington, the Jets, and the Giants are all likely to finish with bad records and could very likely end up with Justin Fields, Trevor Lawrence, and Trey Lance (in no particular order). So where would these young QBs go if they’re being dumped for a draft prospect. Here’s what I think: Sam Darnold – Indianapolis Colts Sam Darnold has played three seasons in his career, and...

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The NFL’s Latest Breakout Star: Calvin Ridley

Reading Time: 2 minutesThis season, like many, has been filled with unexpected performances from players who flew under the radar in the offseason, such as James Robinson, Mo Alie-Cox, James Bradberry, and more. But there’s been one wide receiver who surprisingly to most, is playing as one of the best players at his position. Falcons Wide Receiver: Calvin Ridley. In the offseason, Ridley was seen as a good WR2 on a team, but I thought otherwise. I had Ridley ranked as my fantasy WR12, wrote a segment of an article about him, and for good reason. This year, Calvin...

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Calvin Ridley: A Very Underrated Player?

Reading Time: < 1 minuteWhen you think of the recent Falcons offense you probably think of two players, in particular, Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. They’ve been a constant QB and WR1 on that offense since 2014. Today I’m going to look at the WR2s on those offenses to see what we can expect out of Calvin Ridley for this upcoming season. The WR2s under Ryan/Julio since 2014 have been Roddy White (2014 -15), Mohammed Sanu (2016-17), and Calvin Ridley (2018-19). 2018 was the only unclear choice since Sanu had 2 more receptions and 17 more yards but I...

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