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Takk McKinley Takes A Shot At Daryl Williams On Twitter

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7 minutes ago, Saca312 said:

I mean, yes Daryl Williams isn't the best. But you got to remember these guys are human. That's not at all warranted and pretty immature of Takk.

For reference, Daryl locked his twitter account. Assume this played a role.

 

I agree and I hope Williams doesn’t take it personally but takes it as fuel to get better.

 

As far as Rivera, he’s the one who should feel ashamed for this poo show he is responsible for prepping and putting on the field. You resign an injured vet who hasn’t played in over a season, you’re clearly favoring, with zero back up plan, when he has absolutely no business on the field not only that but you try and plug him in all these positions he can’t play, let alone RT, making him look like a fool. What a joke.

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3 minutes ago, Borat said:

Not sure if Takk and his 1.5 sacks (0.5 before today) should be running his mouth. 

Falcons should be running all there mouths they wrecked our offensive line today. 

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Mario Addison started it by saying the Panthers were gonna send that crybaby home (referring to Matt ryan) 

If you can't back up your poo talking, then shut the fug up. And don't cry foul when the opposition returns the favor

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1 minute ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

Good news is we play them again, for the love of god please beat there ass in atl next go around 

Why is next time going to be any different? As Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. We have not beat the falcons in forever and MoRon still comes out with the same poo.

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Williams suck, but that’s a lousy thing for Takk to say after a game.  There’s a reason you don’t see great players going on social media and trashing their opponent

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