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El Chingon

Falcons sign DT Tyson Jackson and DT Paul Soliai

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Ouch.

They improve on the DL as our OL fades further into obscurity. It's early though.

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They're also looking to run a lot more 34 looks.

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They signed OG Jon Asamoah too, getting more physical in Atlanta, I guess they don't wanna get slapped around anymore

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When you have two nickles to rub together it is hard to compete in a money game.We have one nickle right now.

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As I said in another thread, fug the falcons.  "winning" in march doesn't equal winning.  
 

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They spent some cash on those two. I think there is $24 million+ guaranteed to those two guys.

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I think there is a thread pinned to the top for this. 

 

 

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I think o line is as big a need as finding Cam weapons. It needs to be all about the offense cause Cam needs to have his damn time too and not get killed. As far as these moves though meh

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