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2023.05.30 06:44 Papermario123 Is Family creation important to be a High Value Man?

Would you consider Bradley Martyn and Kevin Durant High Value Men? Both have been ridiculed by HVM for not having kids in their mid 30s with over a decade of success in their profession and financially.
The RP community ridicules women over 30 who aren’t married. At what age is it important for a man to have kids?
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2023.05.29 22:50 Dull_Tumbleweed6353 My ideal cast for a Super Mario cartoon (Part 2)

Second line-up! Couldn't forget the Star Spirits, the Koopalings and the rest, could I?

Eldstar: Bill Tost (Dace from the Pokémon anime)
Mamar: Hynden Walch (Princess Bubblegum from Adventure Time)
Skolar: Stan Hart (Professor Oak)
Muskular: Christopher Sabat (Giroro from Sgt. Frog)
Misstar: Michele Knotz (Jessie from Team Rocket)
Klevar: Jason Griffith (Cilan from the Pokémon anime)
Kalmar: David Wills (Merrick from the Pokémon anime)
Petey Piranha: Fred Tatasciore (Reptar)
King Boo: Nolan North (HIM from Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion)
Funky Kong: Sam Riegel (Emperor Awesome from Wander Over Yonder)
Kamek and King Bob-omb: Kevin Michael Richardson (Ojo Tango from The Powerpuff Girls Movie; reprising his role from The Super Mario Bros. Movie as well)
Boom Boom and the Goombas: Aaron LaPlante (Spear from Primal and the Gremlins from Hotel Transylvania)
Larry Koopa: Frank Welker (Lazlow from The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy)
Morton Koopa Jr.: Brad Garrett (Torque from Buzz Lightyear of Star Command)
Wendy O. Koopa: Jennifer Hale (Princess Morbucks from The Powerpuff Girls)
Iggy Koopa: Dee Bradley Baker (Daffy Duck)
Roy Koopa: Jeff Bennett (Baboon Kaboom from The Powerpuff Girls Movie)
Lemmy Koopa: Eric Bauza (Woody Woodpecker)
Ludwig Von Koopa: Ben Diskin (Numbuh One from Codename: Kids Next Door)
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2023.05.27 23:26 Ok-Job-8367 Boxers and Coaches picking Terence Crawford to beat Errol Spence

Boxers and Coaches picking Terence Crawford to beat Errol Spence:
Mike Tyson
Roy Jones Jr.
James Toney
Bernard Hopkins
Sugar Ray Leonard
Manny Pacquaio
Oscar De la Hoya
Shane Mosley
Nonito Donaire
Tim Bradley
Antonio Tarver
Demetrius Andrade
Amir Khan
Ryan Garcia
Jessie Vargas
Emiliano Vargas
Freddie Roach
Robert Garcia
Buddy McGirt
Joel Diaz
Chris Colbert
Keyshawn Davis
Shakur Stevenson
Kell Brook
Shawn Porter
Conor Benn
Jose Benavidez Jr.
Andre Rozier
Mykal Fox
Delante "Tiger" Johnson
Jonathan Banks
Sergei Lipinets
Vergil Ortiz
Andy Ruiz
Julian Jackson
Eddy Reynoso
Mikey Garcia
Gabe Rosado
Oscar Valdez
Sadam Ali
Mean Machine
Carlos Adames
Yoel Judah
Josh Taylor
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2023.05.27 04:48 mostreliablebottle If Best Picture was decided by Critics Polls (1940-2021)

Roughly 7 years ago u/TheGreatZiegfeld did an experiment of a post to determine what the best films of each year would be from 1940 to 2011 (before the 2012 S&S polls).
With the recently updated TSPDT and the 2022 S&S list, I decided to do the same from 1940 to 2021 regarding what critics thought were the best of each year.
Keep in mind this is all from a critics' poll, not from one specific critic's list. Also no short films or miniseries (meaning no Twin Peaks or Meshes of the Afternoon), as well as those from 2022 and beyond because of the last S&S poll.
With all that in mind, let's begin.
Winner: His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks)
Other nominees: The Great Dictator (Charlie Chaplin), The Grapes of Wrath (John Ford), The Shop Around The Corner (Ernst Lubitsch), The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor)
Winner: Citizen Kane (Orson Welles)
Other nominees: The Lady Eve (Preston Sturges), Sullivan's Travels (Preston Sturges), The Maltese Falcon (John Houston), How Green Was My Valley (John Ford)
Winner: Casablanca (Michael Curtiz)
Other nominees: The Magnificent Ambersons (Orson Welles), To Be Or Not To Be (Ernst Lubitsch), The Palm Springs Story (Preston Sturges), Cat People (Jacques Tourneur)
Winner: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Powell and Pressburger)
Other nominees: Day of Wrath (Carl Theodor Dreyer), Shadow of a Doubt (Alfred Hitchcock), I Walked with a Zombie (Jacques Tourneur), Ossessione (Luchino Visconti)
Winner: Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder)
Other nominees: Ivan the Terrible, Part I (Sergei Eisenstein), Meet Me in St. Louis (Vincente Minnelli), A Canterbury Tale (Powell and Pressburger), To Have and Have Not (Howard Hawks)
Winner: Children of Paradise (Marcel Carné)
Other nominees: Rome, Open City (Roberto Rossellini), Brief Encounter (David Lean), I Know Where I'm Going (Powell and Pressburger) Les Dames du bois de Boulogne (Robert Bresson)
Winner: It's a Wonderful Life (Frank Capra)
Other nominees: A Matter of Life and Death (Powell and Pressburger), Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock), My Darling Clementine (John Ford), Paisan (Roberto Rossellini)
Winner: Black Narcissus (Powell and Pressburger)
Other nominees: Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur), Monsieur Verdoux (Charlie Chaplin), The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles), The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Winner: Bicycle Thieves (Vittorio De Sica)
Other nominees: The Red Shoes (Powell and Pressburger), Letters from an Unknown Woman (Max Ophüls), Spring in a Small Town (Mu Fei), Germany Year Zero (Roberto Rossellini)
Winner: The Third Man (Carol Reed)
Other nominees: Late Spring (Yasujirō Ozu), Kind Hearts and Coronets (Robert Hamer), She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (John Ford), White Heat (Raoul Walsh)
Winner Rashomon (Akira Kurosawa)
Other nominees; Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder), All About Eve (Joseph L. Mankiewicz), Los Olvidados (Luis Buñuel), In a Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray)
Winner: The River (Jean Renoir)
Other nominees: Diary of a Country Priest (Robert Bresson), Miracle in Milan (Vittorio De Sica), Early Summer (Yasujirō Ozu), Strangers on a Train (Alfred Hitchcock)
Winner: Singin' in the Rain (Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly)
Other nominees: Ikiru (Akira Kurosawa), Umberto D. (Vittorio De Sica), The Life of Oharu (Kenji Mizoguchi), The Quiet Man (John Ford)
Winner: Tokyo Story (Yasujirō Ozu)
Other nominees: Ugetsu (Kenji Mizoguchi), The Earrings of Madame de (Max Ophüls), The Band Wagon (Vincente Minnelli), Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (Jacques Tati)
Winner: Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa)
Other nominees: Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock), Journey to Italy (Roberto Rossellini), La Strada (Federico Fellini), Sansho the Bailiff (Kenji Mizoguchi)
Winner: Ordet (Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Other nominees: The Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton), Pather Panchali (Satyajit Ray), All That Heaven Allows (Douglas Kirk), Floating Clouds (Mikio Naruse)
Winner: The Searchers (John Ford)
Other nominees: A Man Escaped (Robert Bresson), Written on the Wind (Douglas Sirk), Aparajito (Satyajit Ray), Bigger Than Life (Nicholas Ray)
Winner: Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman)
Other nominees: The Seventh Seal (Ingmar Bergman), Nights of Cabiria (Federico Fellini), Throne of Blood (Akira Kurosawa), Sweet Smell of Success (Alexander Mackendrick)
Winner Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock)
Other nominees: Touch of Evil (Orson Welles), Ashes and Diamonds (Andrzej Wajda), Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Sergei Eisenstein), The Music Room (Satyajit Ray)
Winner: The 400 Blows (François Truffaut)
Other nominees: Some Like It Hot (Billy Wilder), North by Northwest (Alfred Hitchcock), Rio Bravo (Howard Hawks), Pickpocket (Robert Bresson)
Winner: Breathless (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock), La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini), L'Avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni), The Apartment (Billy Wilder)
Winner: Viridiana (Luis Buñuel)
Other nominees: Last Year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais), La Notte (Michelangelo Antonioni), West Side Story (Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins), Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa)
Winner: Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean)
Other nominees: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford), Jules and Jim (François Truffaut), Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnes Varda), L'Eclisse (Michelangelo Antonioni)
Winner 8 1/2 (Federico Fellini)
Other nominees: Le Mepris (Jean-Luc Godard), The Leopard (Luchino Visconti), The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock), The Executioner (Luis García Berlanga)
Winner: Dr. Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Gertrud (Carl Theodor Dreyer), The Gospel According to St. Matthew (Pier Paolo Pasolini), The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Jacques Demy), Black God, White Devil (Glauber Rocha)
Winner: Pierrot Le Fou (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: Chimes at Midnight (Orson Welles), Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (Sergei Parajanov), Le Bonheur (Agnes Varda), Doctor Zhivago (David Lean)
Winner: Persona (Ingmar Bergman)
Other nominees: Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky), Au Hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson), The Battle of Algiers (Gillo Pontecorvo), Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)
Winner: Playtime (Jacques Tati)
Other nominees: Mouchette (Robert Bresson), Le Samouraï (Jean-Pierre Melville), Belle de Jour (Luis Buñuel), The Graduate (Mike Nichols)
Winner: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone), Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski), Memories of Underdevelopment (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea), Faces (John Cassavetes)
Winner: The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah)
Other nominees: The Color of Pomegranates (Sergei Parajanov), Kes (Ken Loach), My Night at Maud's (Eric Rohmer), Army of Shadows (Jean-Pierre Melville)
Winner: The Conformist (Bernado Bertolucci)
Other nominees: Wanda (Barbara Loden), Performance (Nicholas Roeg), Husbands (John Cassavetes), Tristana (Luis Buñuel)
Winner: A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Death in Venice (Luchino Visconti), McCabe & Mrs. Miller (Robert Altman), A Touch of Zen (King Hu), Out 1 (Jacques Rivette)
Winner: The Godfather (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Aguirre, the Wrath of God (Werner Herzog), Cries and Whispers (Ingmar Bergman), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Luis Buñuel), Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky)
Winner: Amarcord (Federico Fellini)
Other nominees: The Mother and the Whore (Jean Eustache), The Spirit of the Beehive (Victor Erice), Don't Look Now (Nicholas Roeg), Badlands (Terrence Malick)
Winner: The Godfather: Part II (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Chinatown (Roman Polanski), A Woman Under the Influence (John Cassavetes), Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (Rainer Werner Fassbinder), Celine and Julie Go Boating (Jacques Rivette)
Winner: Jeanne Dielman (Chantal Akerman)
Other nominees: Mirror (Andrei Tarkovsky), Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick), Nashville (Robert Altman), Jaws (Steven Spielberg)
Winner: Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese)
Other nominees: News from Home (Chantal Akerman), Kings of the Road (Wim Wenders), In the Realm of Senses (Nagisa Oshima), The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (John Cassavetes)
Winner: Annie Hall (Woody Allen)
Other nominees: Star Wars (George Lucas), Close Encounter of the Third Kind (Steven Spielberg), Eraserhead (David Lynch), The Ascent (Larisa Shepitko)
Winner: Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett)
Other nominees: Days of Heaven (Terrence Malick), The Deer Hunter (Michael Cimino), The Tree of Wooden Clogs (Ermanno Olmi), In a Year with 13 Moons (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
Winner: Apocalypse Now (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky), Alien (Ridley Scott), Manhattan (Woody Allen), All That Jazz (Bob Fosse)
Winner: Raging Bull (Martin Scorsese)
Other nominees: The Shining (Stanley Kubrick), The Empire Strike Back (Irvin Kershner), Heaven's Gate (Michael Cimino), The Elephant Man (David Lynch)
Winner: Raiders of the Lost Ark (Steven Spielberg)
Other nominees: Possession (Andrzej Żuławski), Blow Out (Brian de Palma), Mad Max 2 (George Miller), An American Werewolf in London (John Landis)
Winner: Blade Runner (Ridley Scott)
Other nominees: Fanny and Alexander (Ingmar Bergman), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Steven Spielberg), The Thing (John Carpenter), The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese)
Winner: Sans Soleil (Chris Marker)
Other nominees: L'Argent (Robert Bresson), Videodrome (David Cronenberg), Nostalgia (Andrei Tarkovsky), A Nos Amours (Maurice Pialat)
Winner: Once Upon a Time in America (Sergio Leone)
Other nominees: Paris, Texas (Wim Wenders), Love Streams (John Cassavetes), Amadeus (Milos Forman), Stranger Than Paradise (Jim Jarmusch)
Winner: Shoah (Claude Lanzmann)
Other nominees: Come and See (Elem Klimov), Ran (Akira Kurosawa), Vagabond (Agnes Varda), Brazil (Terry Gilliam)
Winner: Blue Velvet (David Lynch)
Other nominees: The Green Ray (Eric Rohmer), The Sacrifice (Andrei Tarkovsky), Aliens (James Cameron), Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen)
Winner: Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders)
Other nominees: Where is the Friend's House (Abbas Kiarostami), The Dead (John Huston), Withnail and I (Bruce Robinson), Yeelen (Souleymanne Cisse)
Winner: My Neighbor Totoro (Hayao Miyazaki)
Other nominees: Cinema Paradiso (Giuseppe Tornatore), Distant Voices, Still Lives (Terence Davies), The Thin Blue Line (Errol Morris), Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata)
Winner: Do the Right Thing (Spike Lee)
Other nominees: A City of Sadness (Hou Hsiao-hsien), Crimes and Misdemeanors (Woody Allen), When Harry Met Sally (Rob Reiner), The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (Peter Greenaway)
Winner: Close-Up (Abbas Kiarostami)
Other nominees: Goodfellas (Martin Scorsese), Days of Being Wild (Wong Kar-wai), An Angel at My Table (Jane Campion), Paris is Burning (Jessie Livingston)
Winner: A Brighter Summer Day (Edward Yang)
Other nominees: Daughters of the Dust (Julie Dash), The Double Life of Veronique (Krzysztof Kieslowski), The Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme), Raise the Red Lantern (Zhang Yimou)
Winner: Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
Other nominees: The Quince Tree Sun (Victor Erice), Orlando (Sally Potter), Life, and Nothing More (Abbas Kiarostami), Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino)
Winner: The Piano (Jane Campion)
Other nominees: Schindler's List (Steven Spielberg), Three Colors: Blue (Krzysztof Kieslowski), Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis), The Puppetmaster (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
Winner: Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino)
Other nominees: Satantango (Bela Tarr), Chungking Express (Wong Kar-wai), Three Colors: Red (Krzysztof Kieslowski), Through the Olive Tree (Abbas Kiarostami)
Winner: Heat (Michael Mann)
Other nominees: Underground (Emir Kusturica), Safe (Todd Haynes), Casino (Martin Scorsese), Dead Man (Jim Jarmusch)
Winner: Breaking the Waves (Lars von Trier)
Other nominees: Fargo (Joel Coen), A Moment of Innocence (Mohsen Makhmalbaf), Secrets and Lies (Mike Leigh), Crash (David Cronenberg)
Winner: Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami)
Other nominees: Happy Together (Wong Kar-wai), Lost Highway (David Lynch), Boogie Nights (Paul Thomas Anderson), Princess Mononoke (Hayao Miyazaki)
Winner: Histoire(s) du Cinema (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: The Thin Red Line (Terrence Malick), The Big Lebowski (Joel Coen), The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg), Flowers of Shanghai (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
Winner: Beau Travail (Claire Denis)
Other nominees: Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson), The Matrix (Wachowskis), Eyes Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick), All About My Mother (Pedro Almodovar)
Winner: In The Mood for Love (Wong Kar-wai)
Other nominees: Yi Yi (Edward Yang), The Gleaners and I (Agnes Varda), Werckmeister Harmonies (Bela Tarr), In Vanda's Room (Pedro Costa)
Winner: Mulholland Drive (David Lynch)
Other nominees: Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki), La Ciénaga (Lucrecia Martel), A.I: Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg), The Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson)
Winner: City of God (Fernando Meirelles)
Other nominees: Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks (Wang Bing), Talk to Her (Pedro Almodovar), Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sukurov), Morvern Callar (Lynne Ramsay)
Winner: Goodbye, Dragon Inn (Tsai Ming-liang)
Other nominees: Dogville (Lars von Trier), Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola), Elephant (Gus van Sant), Oldboy (Park Chan-wook)
Winner: Tropical Malady (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michel Gondry), The Intruder (Claire Denis), Before Sunset (Richard Linklater), Sideways (Alexander Payne)
Winner: Caché (Michael Haneke)
Other nominees: The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (Cristi Puiu), Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee), The New World (Terrence Malick), Grizzly Man (Werner Herzog)
Winner: Syndromes and a Century (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Inland Empire (David Lynch), Pan's Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro), The Lives of Others (Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck), Children of Men (Alfonso Cuaron)
Winner: There Will Be Blood (Paul Thomas Anderson)
Other nominees: No Country for Old Men (Coens), Zodiac (David Fincher), Silent Light (Carlos Reygadas), 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (Cristian Mungiu)
Winner: The Headless Woman (Lucrecia Martel)
Other nominees: WALL-E (Andrew Stanton), Synecdoche, New York (Charlie Kaufman), The Dark Knight (Christopher Nolan), Hunger (Steve McQueen)
Winner: The White Ribbon (Michael Haneke)
Other nominees: A Prophet (Jacques Audiard), Fish Tank (Andrea Arnold), Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino), Avatar (James Cameron)
Winner: Uncle Boonmee (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Nostalgia for the Light (Patricio Guzman), The Social Network (David Fincher), Mysteries of Lisbon (Raul Ruiz), Meek's Cutoff (Kelly Reichardt)
Winner: The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick)
Other nominees: A Separation (Asghar Farhadi), Melancholia (Lars von Trier), The Turin Horse (Bela Tarr), Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)
Winner: Holy Motors (Leos Carax)
Other nominees: The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer), The Master (Paul Thomas Anderson), Amour (Michael Haneke), Tabu (Miguel Gomes)
Winner: Under the Skin (Jonathan Glazer)
Other nominees: The Great Beauty (Paolo Sorrentino), Blue is the Warmest Color (Abdellatif Kechiche), Ida (Pawel Pawlikowski), 12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen)
Winner: Boyhood (Richard Linklater)
Other nominees: Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard), The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson), Girlhood (Celine Sciamma), Interstellar (Christopher Nolan)
Winner: Mad Max; Fury Road (George Miller)
Other nominees: Carol (Todd Haynes), Cemetery of Splendor (Apichatpong Weerasethakul), The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-hsien), No Home Movie (Chantal Akerman)
Winner: Moonlight (Barry Jenkins)
Other nominees: Toni Erdmann (Maren Ade), American Honey (Andrea Arnold), Arrival (Denis Villeneuve), Certain Women (Kelly Reichardt)
Winner: Get Out (Jordan Peele)
Other nominees: Zama (Lucrecia Martel), Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson), You Were Never Really Here (Lynne Ramsay), Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig)
Winner: Roma (Alfonso Cuaron)
Other nominees: Happy as Lazzaro (Alice Rohrwacher), Burning (Lee Chang-dong), An Elephant Sitting Still (Hu Bo), Shoplifters (Hirokazu Kore-eda)
Winner: Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Celine Sciamma)
Other nominees: Parasite (Bong Joon-ho), Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino), Atlantics (Mati Diop), First Cow (Kelly Reichardt)
Winner: Nomadland (Chloe Zhao)
Other nominees: Time (Garrett Bradley), Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Eliza Hitman), Days (Tsai Ming-liang), Quo Vadis, Aida? (Jasmila Zbanic)
Winner: Petite Maman (Celine Sciamma)
Other nominees: The Power of the Dog (Jane Campion), Drive My Car (Ryusuke Hamaguchi), Titane (Julia Docournau), Memoria (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
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2023.05.24 19:58 TheClipShow_ Bradley Martyn on Full Send Podcast.

What did you guys think about that episode? :D
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2023.05.24 19:43 besthotelshome How tall is Bradley Martyn? Bradley Martyn Height, Age, Weight and Much More

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2023.05.22 15:40 ssovm Defending the Draft 2023: Atlanta Falcons

"Year 1 After the Reset"
I'll start by saying a lot of Falcons fans are pretty excited for the upcoming year. The previous GM, Thomas Dimitroff, is still regarded as one of the greatest GMs we've ever had if you look at the record, but the state of the team with his departure was in rough shape. Matt Ryan, with his bloated contract due to restructures and extensions, was not performing at a high level. Julio Jones got his bag and after years of injured seasons got traded to the Titans. Despite not being on the team for 2022, their contracts hung around the necks of the Falcons like Frodo approaching Mount Doom - $56M in dead cap JUST from these two guys. As a result, for the first two years of new GM Terry Fontenot and new HC Arthur Smith, they've had to scrap together a team with prove-it deals just to get by. When you think about how devoid of talent this team has been for two years, then two straight seasons of 7-10 records is actually quite good.
2022 was like walking in mud up a mountain. We've reached the top and now the real work begins.
The team's offensive vision now couldn't really be more clear. And it also couldn't be more different than the previous regime. Instead of a vertical passing game with Matt Ryan, Julio, and other great receivers, the Falcons are now focused on "positionless football" on the offense.
I personally believe the media gets it wrong with what the Falcons are supposed to be. They're not trying to run a "prehistoric offense." They CAN run a smashmouth offense if they want, but they can also go vertical. Many teams talk positionless football, but the Falcons are perhaps one of the few who actually preach it. What's required in that case is a bunch of in between skill players with great/elite level traits:
· Cordarelle Patterson: WRB
· Kyle Pitts: TE/WR
· Jonnu Smith: TE/FB
· Drake London: WTE
· Bijan Robinson: RB/WR
Even Desmond Ridder, who boasts an unofficial 4.49 40 time can pick up chunks on a scramble. And speaking of Ridder, much hoopla has been swirling on the alleged missteps by the Falcons FO on the QB situation. To put it briefly the FO clearly believes in him (and his <$1M cap hit for 2023), and they want a system that isn't heavily reliant on an elite QB and rather devote resources to the rest of the team. Ridder's job is to identify the defensive coverages, adjust the play if needed, and execute. The strategy is to limit too many out-of-structure plays and moments where he has to put the team on his back a la Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. After all, this is what he's good at - he was always lauded as an excellent processor and he's athletic when needed.
The defense has renewed purpose and vision as well. Ryan Nielsen, ex-Saints co-DC, is now the Falcons DC, and if anyone paid attention, this man is a defensive line guru. Fun fact, in 2016 before Nielsen joined as the Saints DL coach, the Saints had the 6th fewest sacks in the league. From 2017-2022, the Saints were top 5 in sacks 4 years and top 8 for the other two years. So while Saints fans will tell you they'll be just fine without him, Cam Jordan voiced his displeasure by the fact that we hired him. Nielsen likes big, explosive guys up front who have sound technique and can stop the run even with a light box, giving more help to long defensive backs who can bottle up receivers until the big guys can get home. Since Nielsen is brand new, I consider the offensive vision and make-up much more well-defined than the defense. The defense just got an enormous infusion of talent and is likely adjusting its scheme. It'll take more than a year for this defense to be what Nielsen wants it to be. But even going from 23rd in the league to even maybe 15th will immediately translate to a few more wins, which should put us in playoff contention on that alone.
So in summary, the Dirty Birds have reset, and this year will be very telling on how the FO's strategy will look like on the field. Many regard this as "Year 1 After the Reset" because the dead weight of the previous regime is finally removed.
Notable Falcons Free Agent Additions, Trades, and Resignings/Extensions
· RG Chris Lindstrom (5 yr $102.5M) - Extension
· RT Kaleb McGary (3 yr $34.5M) - FA resigning
· P Bradley Pinion (3 yr 8.65M) - FA resigning
· LB Lorenzo Carter (2 yr $9M) - FA resigning
· S Jessie Bates III (4 yr $64.02M) – FA
· DT David Onyemata (3 yr $24.5M) - FA
· LB Kaden Elliss (3 yr $21.5M) - FA
· QB Taylor Heinicke (2 yr $14M) - FA
· CB Mike Hughes (2 yr $7M) – FA
· DE Calais Campbell (1 yr $7M) - FA
· OLB Bud Dupree (1 yr $3M) - FA
· WR Mack Hollins (1 yr $2.5M) - FA
· WR Scotty Miller (1 yr $1.2M) - FA
· CB Jeff Okudah (Trade 5th rounder 159th - $3.6M cap hit for 2023)
· TE Jonnu Smith (Trade 7th rounder - $6M cap hit for 2023)
As evidenced by the very active offseason, the Falcons have remade the team with the 2nd most cap space in the league going into the 2023 offseason. The Falcons have a very intentional mindset about the offseason. The draft is not where you fill holes - you do that in FA. So their FA was a ton of need signings. And while there were a few big signings - S Jessie Bates, DT David Onyemata, and LB Kaden Eliss being the three significant ones on defense, GM Fontenot still didn't get too crazy with the available cash. He still sought after high upside 1-year deals and depth signings, as well as two fairly significant trades in CB Okudah and TE Smith. You can see a very large portion of the free agency period spent on the defense. If every guy here as well as who we drafted were to repeat their 2022 sack numbers, we would double our total team sacks and be borderline top 10 in the league. This is important because the biggest complaint in the draft about the Falcons was a perceived lack of attention on the defense.
NFL Draft
In one of the most unpredictable drafts in recent memory, the options for the Falcons in the first round were much discussed. Sitting at Pick #8, they had the ability to move up for a QB, sit and take BPA, or move back and collect more picks. Many national media types felt they were going for a QB given their due diligence spent on top-30 visits with most of the top 4 QBs in the draft. Others focused on drafting for need and said the Falcons would be absolutely stupid not to go for an edge rusher, whoever might be available. Cynthia Frelund even had the Falcons staying pat at 8 and drafting Will Levis because he can throw the ball hard (probably the laziest take I saw the whole offseason).
Falcons fans who understand this regime however understood that Fontenot has repeatedly since the very first press conference said they draft BPA and don't care for positional value. This was evidenced by the Kyle Pitts pick two years ago at #4 overall. So with that in mind…
Round 1, Pick 8 - RB Bijan Robinson, Texas – 5’11” 215 lbs – Grade: A-
Cue the laugh track that Head Coach Arthur Smith and GM Terry Fontenot couldn't give two shits about. They wanted the most elite player in the draft and they got him. This was actually who they always wanted and you could tell with how Arthur Smith was positively beaming during the introductory press conference.
Some have him as the greatest RB prospect in the last ten years. Some say he's the best since AP or LT21. When you watch his highlight reel, there are many things about his game that nobody argues against - he's a do-it-all, true 3-down back who has incredible vision, contact balance, body control, and acceleration to turn a 2 yard gain into a house call. He can line up in the slot and make incredible catches too. When looking at the skill players on this team, Bijan couldn't fit more perfectly. He comes into a situation with a top 5 OL in run-blocking and should hit the ground running day 1. He has to potential to elevate this offense to truly unstoppable levels.
Let's talk a little bit about positional value. This pick was panned by media heads because of the fact that he's an RB. Regardless of Bijan's talent, the numbers about positional value don't really lie, and if you manage your NFL franchise trying to maximize value, you will absolutely abhor this pick. The Falcons even passed up DT Jalen Carter for Bijan which shows you they aren't playing money ball. Will it come back to bite them? Maybe. But there are other factors to consider - will the team fit increase the value of an elite RB like Bijan? If he frequently plays in the slot, does that change his value? What is even the value of a guy who can elevate everyone else like Bijan can?
The Falcons clearly believe in other things too. Bijan is not only an elite RB prospect coming into a team tailor-made for him. He's also an amazing human being and a natural leader. When you have a guy who beams positivity coming into a locker room (his nickname he says is “Smiley”), when those moments get tough, he will put the team on his back and tell the locker room he's going to score for them. This is all intangible roll-your-eyes type of stuff, but the coaching staff really believes in it and thinks this is how they win a Super Bowl.
The last and perhaps most important thing about this pick that gets me excited is how versatile he makes our offense. He's "positionless." Arthur Smith could call a play with a power run formation with Pitts, Bijan, Jonnu, and London, and Ridder could audible that into an empty backfield. All Ridder has to do is make the read on the coverage and execute. I slightly joke that we may even see the first play run out of 32 personnel grouping in the NFL.
Round 2, Pick 38 - OT Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse – 6’5” 318 lbs – Grade: B+
Falcons traded a 4th round pick to the Colts to move up six spots to select Bergeron from Quebec. I was not overly excited about losing that 4th round pick, but to give up that much to move up, there must have been conviction that Bergeron would not have lasted another six picks. As evidenced by the Cowboys debating their first round selection between Bergeron and DT Mazi Smith, Bergeron was highly thought of in the NFL as a draft prospect. At 6' 5" 318 lbs, he finished his last year with a 75.2 PFF overall grade. He actually did better at pass blocking, but most people looking at his tape tell a story of an excellent run blocker with some deficiencies at movement to get in front of quick edge guys.
His weaknesses can be potentially rectified by kicking him inside to play at LG, which was by far the biggest hole on the Falcons offense. The thought here is to take his excellent run-blocking, immediately plug a hole on the line, and perhaps when LT Jake Matthews is done in ATL, move Bergeron outside to play at LT. They love him as a prospect and adding another big guy on the line who loves to enforce his will on running plays will make this offense even more potent. With the addition of Bergeron, we have now 5 locked in guys to develop together, giving the QB the confidence to execute.
Round 3, Pick 75 - DE Zach Harrison, Ohio State – 6’5” 274 lbs – Grade: B-
Falcons stood at their 3rd round selection and picked Zach Harrison out of Ohio State. Zach was a top five overall recruit and the top defensive end prospect out of high school. He's 6'5" 274 lbs with enormous length at 36 1/4" arms. His story: a top end prospect with elite measurables who basically couldn't live up to his potential at Ohio State. He fits what Nielsen is looking for his defensive ends, and if the concerns here are around his movement and effort, then Nielsen likely sees this as a great project. With returning players and new additions (such as Calais Campbell), he will begin as a rotational edge player at the bottom of the depth chart, so he has plenty of time to learn.
Round 4, Pick 113 - CB Clark Phillips III, Utah – 5’9” 184 lbs – Grade: A+
In the fourth round, Falcons selected Clark Phillips III, potentially a steal in the draft. At 5'9" 184 lbs with a 4.51 40 time, he likely fell in the draft due to his measurables. But as he would say, "Take a look at my tape and tell me where I got burned." He has excellent technique and football IQ - you watch him talk and he already sounds like a coach with how he's able to speak to defensive concepts, his analysis of film study, and how he can manipulate QBs. His experience is mostly on the outside, but his size might relegate him to nickel corner where he could potentially be Clark Phillips Island there. He even matched up in college against Drake London who has 7 inches on him and held his own. Now he gets to do that every day. I'm very excited for this player - he has the potential to make a big impact on the team even in his rookie year.
Round 7, Pick 224 - S DeMarcco Hellams, Alabama – 6’1” 203 lbs – Grade: B-
In the 7th round, the Falcons selected DeMarcco Hellams out of Alabama. He's a bigger defensive back at 6'1" 203 lbs, so he fills a bit of an "enforcer" need. He can line up close, cover tight-ends, and lay the hammer on run plays. He also has good special teams value. He led Alabama with 108 tackles (3 for loss), had one interception, and started all 13 games.
Round 7, Pick 225 - G Jovaughn Gwyn, South Carolina – 6’2” 297 lbs - Grade: D+
Right after Hellams, Falcons had the next pick where they selected Jovaughn Gwyn out of South Carolina. If I had to say what my least favorite pick was, it's probably this one. This is only because the OL room is pretty deep at the moment, so he comes in already on a bubble to make the 53-man roster. A guy with his height would need great technique to overcome his physical limitations. His experience is primarily on the RG, so it's possible he may compete to backup Lindstrom or our presumed starting center Drew Dalman. One thing Fontenot made clear was that he wanted it to be "difficult to make the team." So bringing in competition could be regarded as valuable, even if they may likely not make the team. Still, I’m not in love with the pick. Even a wide receiver would’ve been more helpful at this spot.
Final Roster Prediction
QB: (2) Desmond Ridder, Taylor Heinicke
RB: (4) Bijan Robinson, Tyler Allgeier, Cordarrelle Patterson, Avery Williams
FB: (1) Keith Smith
TE: (4) Kyle Pitts, Jonnu Smith, Parker Hesse, John FitzPatrick
WR: (5) Drake London, Mack Hollins, Scotty Miller, KhaDarel Hodge, JJ Arcega-Whiteside
OL: (9) LT Jake Matthews, LG Matthew Bergeron, C Drew Dalman, RG Chris Lindstrom, RT Kaleb McGary, G/T Barry Wesley, C/G Matt Hennessy, G/T Josh Miles, G Jalen Mayfield
EDGE: (6) Calais Campbell, Arnold Ebiketie, Lorenzo Carter, Bud Dupree, DeAngelo Malone, Zach Harrison
IDL: (5) Grady Jarrett, David Onyemata, Ta'Quon Graham, Eddie Goldman, Joe Gaziano
LB: (4) Kaden Elliss, Troy Andersen, Mykal Walker, Nate Landman
CB: (6) AJ Terrell, Jeff Okudah, Clark Phillips III, Mike Hughes, Darren Hall, Dee Alford
S: (4) Jessie Bates III, Richie Grant, Jaylinn Hawkins, DeMarcco Hellams
ST: (3) K Younghoe Koo, P Bradley Pinion, LS Liam McCullough
Looking Ahead
With the addition of Bijan, we now have an extremely young and high-potential offensive core group (ages starting the 2023 season):
Desmond Ridder, QB: 24
Bijan Robinson, RB: 21
Tyler Allgeier, RB: 23
Drake London, WR: 22
Kyle Pitts, TE: 22
Falcons are projected with $40.7M in cap space for 2024 according to after getting back another $12M of dead cap to Deion Jones's contract in 2023. Restructures are likely for next year to open up some more space and give the team another splashy offseason, though not likely to be as splashy as this year.
The biggest question mark will be concerning Desmond Ridder. He has all the tools now to succeed: a redshirt year + full offseason, good OL unit, elite playmakers, top level run game, a favorable offensive system, and the confidence from his head coach. He has no "excuse" if he plays badly, but even still, he will get a long leash. I've seen people say "if he doesn't play up to par, he'll lose his job by week 5." What we've learned with Mariota is that Arthur Smith goes into the season with a plan and very rarely deviates his plan, saying "we don't want to make emotional decisions." Mariota lasted until the bye week which probably was the idea from the beginning. Ridder will likely get the full season, regardless of his performance because that's Arthur Smith's plan for him.
If Ridder is not the guy, they'll know after this season. And if they need to move on from him, the pieces are already set on this team. Trading the house to move up in the draft for a QB or for a veteran is in the cards, which will allow the Falcons to make a push in the following years.
Parting Thoughts
Falcons fans are understandably more excited about this season than they have been in a long while. The baggage of the previous regime has finally been dropped off, and the team feels refreshed, young, and ready. We have coaching and team management we mostly agree with. The only direction at this point appears to be pointing up. It's reassuring when Calais Campbell, a future HOFer, chose the Falcons as his team for the next year because he believes the team will "surprise a lot of people this year." The Falcons are beginning to have a team where the coaching staff wants it to be "hard to make the roster." Ask any Falcons fan - going through 5 straight losing seasons is difficult (you have to go back to the late 1980s to find a stretch like that), but it feels amazing once the reset button is hit and you can focus on the future.
2023 Expectation: 10-7 and playoff bound.
Edit: Updated 53-man roster with a few changes over the past week.
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2023.05.20 10:18 iAmVengeance- About gear and side effects

So i saw a video of coach greg where the dude takes steroids on first day of the gym and gets terrible back acne
So it made me wonder why dont people like Chris Bumsted, Mike O Hearn, Bradley Martyn and other bodybuilders/influencers who blast gear have same kind of acne
People say steroids give acne/gyno but all the classic mr olympia competitors dont have either of those.
How come professionals and rich guys dont have negative symptoms ?
Its always a normal/newbie guy getting negative effects of steroids in those "steroids gone wrong videos"
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2023.05.19 21:26 uhhhhh_reddit 4.6k VS 754 viewers 😭

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2023.05.19 12:35 Aggravating-Wing-218 Why is the whole red pill in miami

How come all the red pill YouTubers like sneako, fresh and fit, nelk, Martyn Bradley, fresh prince ceo, destiny, etc live in Miami? What makes it so special compared to everywhere else.
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2023.05.15 10:32 Gingerpics Bradley Martyn being a menace at in-n-out

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2023.05.12 22:35 Responsible_Speed782 Who is bradley martyns girlfriend

anyone know
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2023.05.12 04:17 Mister-DayDream The REAL Brad the Bull

The REAL Brad the Bull
I felt gay.
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2023.05.11 18:58 bigt8409 Cardiff asked Chat GPT to pick an all time 23… some interesting selections/people left out

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2023.05.09 15:42 frog9913 Steiny says 3 Latina hookers in Cabo started calling him 'Steiny Sins' after he fucked them all when Bradley Martyn chickened out

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2023.05.07 10:48 IzoStarr Bradley Martyn and Sneako in a video together

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2023.05.07 05:17 SeleneBear Bradley Martyn and Sneako in a video together

Bradley Martyn and Sneako in a video together
from this tweet (and the video) they seem cool with eachother and are training along side one another
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2023.05.05 04:03 Eeluminati Devin Haney Reckons He'd Beat Bradley Martyn in a Street Fight

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2023.05.04 00:17 Reasonable-Island661 Remove bummy’s mic and soundboard

Everytime he uses it, its cringe/straight up hating, mixed with peanut butter noises. Dude is a literal incel.
As bradley martyn said, STICK TO THE CAMERAS BUM
Ps bum is a bum
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2023.05.03 07:15 Bapabooi WWYD? (Long post)

So, 12 team superflex,PPR. Start 10/Kicke6idp. (2DL/2LB/2DB) (20bench/8I8taxi)
Idp’s are a bit juiced in scoring but it might get nerfed a bit this year
I have 1.01,1.11,3.02, this year. But, in december I sent my : 1.06 (earned), 1.09,1.11, 2.08,5.02 AND my 24 1st for 1.01 and 3.02.
I have 2 seconds next year and then all my picks rds 3-5.
My team is bottom end and my league is very top heavy. I would die if my 24 1st turned into Caleb Williams.
If it was week 1 today I’d have Samaje Perine and Eli Mitchell as RB1/2 and be flexing Mack Hollins and Josh Reynolds… I have no depth. But some great pieces.
IDP starters are solid.
I currently have a trade back from 1.01 in line to receive back, the 1.05,1.09,2.06,2.10. (most likely best offer I’ll get) Judging by my roster below should I trade back to try and recover some value/score points this year to avoid 24 1st being 1.01 or just take Bijan and my other picks?
Players worth a damn or a half:
Jamarr Chase Jaylen Waddle Chris Olave Mark Andrews Deshaun Watson Kenny Pickett Ryan Tannehill Mack Hollins Josh Reynolds Fred Warner Nick Bolton Sauce Gardner Kayvon Thibodeaux Jaycee Horn Greg Rousseau Jeff Simmons Josh Reynolds Kwity Paye Bradley Chubb Jessie Bates Kamren Curl
Thanks a bunch for reading all this !
Edit: I have my picks 3-5 next year after 2 2nds not 1-5.
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2023.04.22 15:58 missymac77 Jacked man bad

Jacked man bad
What a pig
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2023.04.21 18:21 domrob47 Bradley Martyn Tweet

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