7:14 am November 18, 2010, by D. Orlando Ledbetter
falcon in Memphis
November 18th, 20107:31 am
Just wanted to block that dumb (FIRST) thing! Go Birds I’m out!!
November 18th, 20107:55 am
Wow D’led you’re improving every week. Nice job.
The Rams have scored 30 points once. The other 8 games, 20 points or less.
I’m sure the O and D both have a good plan. The only question – will the players execute the plan?
Mercy on the Rams if the Falcons play for 60 minutes.
(Thanks you! – dol)
November 18th, 20108:02 am
I’ll say it again. Witherspoon is a bust!
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November 18th, 20108:35 am
Lucky November 18th, 2010 8:02 am
You can’t be serious……………………
November 18th, 20108:52 am
The next step in D. Orlando’s career ladder is a stint on Dancing With The Stars. Hmmm, I wonder if he could outlast Bristol, probably not!
GEAUX SAINTS! OUR TIME!!
(I’d outlast Bristol because she can’t dance!. — dol)
November 18th, 20109:06 am
good job DOL. LUCKY give spoon some time, it don’t allways happen overnight
November 18th, 20109:26 am
The guy is injruy prone. How can he improve if he NEVER plays?
Again, he is a bust!
November 18th, 20109:38 am
Haha, DLed, you know you’re from the south when you say “Mizora”
@AJC Blog Master
When are you going to fix this %$#@ BLOG…. its confusing…..you must be from a different world…
@falcon in Memphis
Thank again for not letting the children play with that “FIRST” %$#@
November 18th, 20109:42 am
LUCKY. is perry a bust, is william moore a bust, is berman a bust. it take time and most real football people know this.
November 18th, 20109:54 am
As long as the Falcons stay focused on the Rams and practice hard this week, we should be able to put the Rams to bed early. We need to make sure we do not play down to the competition. Play hard and play perfect. That will earn us a victory.
November 18th, 201010:24 am
Is… falcon in Memphis @7:31am…first or last? It’s hard to tell on this backward blog.
Tea Party Meber
November 18th, 201010:46 am
Glad dat musturd guy aint on hear.
November 18th, 201010:47 am
LMAO @ “Mizzora”! D Led you still aight me though. Enjoy your articles! GO FALCONS!!!!
November 18th, 201011:14 am
Me too, Tea.
Tell it like it is
November 18th, 201011:15 am
Jackson the running back for the Rams, allways has a carrear day vs the falcons.Look for the same in this game. tough game on the road,falcons be ready,and no ledown!
November 18th, 201011:19 am
First key is to stop Jackson. He’s tuff.
November 18th, 201011:35 am
What the hell is this BS about the Spoon? Man that loon lucky needs to buy a clue because he surly doesn’t have one. And now F. Jim and T you guys need to give Musturd a break now how much of a different does it make if he’s a lib or that you’re a conserv don’t matter as a die hard life long (71) Falcon fan I’m proud to be joined by you all in rooting for our NFC leading birds of prey.Oh! that the year I started watching them not my age. GO FALCONS sorry seen who’s time is it again Faaaaaaaaalcons
November 18th, 201011:36 am
Perrier Jerry is a bust. He not even strating. Hes a fist round pick and he spent more time on the bench then playing. That = BUST!
November 18th, 201011:37 am
Who U callin a loon?
November 18th, 201011:39 am
If i through a shoe and it hit ya then it’s you
November 18th, 201011:42 am
Old lucky loon, what up man? what it be? can a brother get a wha wha
Just having a lil fun lol dude.
Jelly Sandwich Meat
November 18th, 201011:45 am
Uh Charles……If you are going to ridicule someone’s intelligence, be sure you spell correctly.
“If i through a shoe and it hit ya then it’s you”
“If I threw a shoe and it hit you, then it is you”
November 18th, 201011:46 am
I dont like you charles.
Resign or Re-Sign?
November 18th, 201011:59 am
OMG DOL! A gold and blue bow tie? Aren’t those the Rams colors?
November 18th, 201012:02 pm
Well to use the word gay in is correct form reading this blog keeps me gay all day. A Sir Lucky I like you berry berry much. JSM man if I was still in the mood for lessons Id be in school some where. So man enjoy the blog and try your best to read through everyones mistakes. You see you are a control freak but the problem with that is you don’t need to be that here. We’re just having fun wit each other. So enjoy and have a bless day today you here. Goooo Faaaalcons
Come on. WM! A Cards cap!
November 18th, 201012:06 pm
that might possibly be the worst reporting piece I have ever seen!!!!
November 18th, 201012:07 pm
Yea i caught that Resign he should have waited until the STL before he put that on
blind guy mcsqueezy
November 18th, 201012:24 pm
ha ha, Missoura!
November 18th, 201012:33 pm
As a Braves fan, I couldn’t care less what baseball hat Willy Mo is wearing. As long as he dons the Falcons helmet, it’s cool with me. Besides, it’s not like they’re in the same division with the Braves and it’s not baseball season.
November 18th, 201012:50 pm
As a TRUE Braves fan; I care what baseball cap anybody wears! Can’t agree with people who live in ATL but root for the opposition. If you condider yourself a Braves fan, then you would know we play the Cards sveral times a year; despite the fact they are in another division. They are still the opposition.
November 18th, 20101:04 pm
Matty Ice is a dweeb & William ” Toast ” Moore will bet burned again this week ! I wish we played you guys twice, it would look like a video game out there with that Spongebob defense you fools play.
November 18th, 20101:08 pm
The Rams began playing in 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio. The NFL considers the franchise as a second incarnation of the previous Cleveland Rams team that was a charter member of the second American Football League. Although the NFL granted membership to the same owner, the NFL considers it a separate entity since only four of the players (William “Bud” Cooper, Harry “The Horse” Mattos, Stan Pincura, and Mike Sebastian) and none of the team’s management joined the new NFL team.
The team then became known as the Los Angeles Rams after the club moved to Los Angeles, California in 1946, opting not to compete with Paul Brown’s Cleveland Browns of the All-America Football Conference. Following the 1979 season, the Rams moved south to the suburbs in nearby Orange County, playing their home games at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim for fifteen seasons (1980–94), keeping the Los Angeles name. The club moved east to St. Louis prior to the 1995 season.
November 18th, 20101:34 pm
Lucky……………..Spoon reagravated an existing injury, the Falcons brass just want to make sure they don’t blow out a knee on a great draft choice………… He probably could have played before this, he’ll be alright
As far as Jerry is concerned this is his first year essentially, give him a chance.
November 18th, 20101:45 pm
So, D’Led, do my eyes deceived me or is the blog going backwards now……………lol……!!!
November 18th, 20101:47 pm
I believe the folks were finally listened to. The blog is like it used to be (for now.)
November 18th, 20102:01 pm
I think D’Led was just sick and tired of all the BS going down in his blog between the Trolls and fans just trying to talk football. Don’t know why they are so drawn here to spew, but they never really talk football, just a bunch of crap about nothing. But we have a tendacy (me included) to feed their hunger for attention. If we ignored them they would get bored and simply just go away. Amazing how some, and most of us know who they are, try to be 3-6 different bloggers…………..the schizoids have a bad case of something. Reminds me of a line in the movie Tombstone:
Wyatt Earp: What makes a man like Ringo, Doc? What makes him do the things he does?
Doc Holliday: A man like Ringo has got a great big hole, right in the middle of him. He can never kill enough, or steal enough, or inflict enough pain to ever fill it.
Wyatt Earp: What does he need?
Doc Holliday: Revenge.
Wyatt Earp: For what?
Doc Holliday: Bein’ born.
Don’t feed the trolls……………..!!!
November 18th, 20102:09 pm
Perrier Jerry is in his second year and he is no good. He was a fist round dfart pick but is playin like a high school band meber. They need 2 cut tuba boy and repalce him with some 1 beter.
November 18th, 20102:40 pm
I’m not worry about Steve Jackson he’s one of the better backs in the league he’ll get his. We need to get off to an early start and build on a two touch down lead. I think Abe should be able to pressure the young Sam Bradford into making a mistake. Our safeties need to step up especially Decoud how many interceptions has this kid had this year? Roddy White will be hard to handle. I like the defense to show up big for this game.
November 18th, 20102:47 pm
Yep, Lucky, Jerry is in his second year, man, did you look that up all by yourself,
…………..but essentially he is a rookie.
November 18th, 20102:50 pm
Lucky, why did you say they need to cut him? I mean after all, he was a first round draft pick 2 years ago that you so succinctly pointed out.
November 18th, 20102:55 pm
Oh Sid U are not very smrat R U? U can only B a rokkie in UR first year. Jerry is in his 2nd year. I explaned why the need 2 cut him. To replace him with a beter player. What else do U need explaned?
in the know
November 18th, 20103:04 pm
Lucky,… your speling is unlucky.
and mine is too.
November 18th, 20103:10 pm
I dont get it
November 18th, 20103:14 pm
The dang trolls are making these blogs unreadable….
You hear that, AJC? Along with fixing the display software, how about implementing registration so these worthless wonders will find some other place to infect.
November 18th, 20103:24 pm
I’m guilty of playing the game. It is fun, at times. But it’s getting old. I agree. Ignore them completely (we all know who) and they will eventually go away.
November 18th, 20103:29 pm
And charles @ 11:35. I’ll I said was, “me too.” SO, F U.
November 18th, 20103:31 pm
Lucky, I said “essentially he is a rookie” (in case you don’t get it the key word there being essentially)
I also said “Yep, Lucky, Jerry is in his second year”
So Lucky, why in the world would I say “essentially he is a rookie”???
C’mon, you can do it……………..!!
November 18th, 20103:35 pm
1911A1 November 18th, 2010 3:14 pm
Aw, registration…………..a marvelous concept………….I agree 100%.
They could easily limit one ID per computer…………..
November 18th, 20103:38 pm
Falcon Jim November 18th, 2010 3:24 pm
I know FJ, I do the same thing, just like responding to Lucky on here………….what is the point……he is a troll with nothing intelligent to say or respond to.
November 18th, 20103:41 pm
U dont like what I right sid? Then dont reed it.
November 18th, 20103:47 pm
BY Jim Thomas St Louis Dispatch-Post
What’s the deal with that scruffy beard St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is sporting these days?
“A couple of the guys are going along with the ‘no-shave November,’ and they asked me to be a part of it,” Bradford said. “So I feel like it’s something I need to do.”
Bradford also has a “no-interception November” going. In fact, he hasn’t thrown an interception since the fourth quarter of the Rams’ Oct. 10 defeat in Detroit. That’s four games-plus without a pick. So what’s the deal with that?
“I think just understanding that I don’t have to force things, that I can take what the defense is going to give me, and keep the chains moving,” Bradford said.
Perhaps a bit superstitious, Bradford didn’t seem anxious to talk about the streak. In fact, he said he doesn’t know how many passes he has thrown without an interception.
“No, and I really don’t care to,” he said.
It’s 138. He’s nine passes away from passing Chris Miller for third place on the Rams’ list for interception-free streaks. Miller went 146 attempts without an INT in a streak that began in 1994 for the Los Angeles Rams and ended in 1995 with the St. Louis Rams.
Marc Bulger holds the franchise record with 249 passes without an interception, spanning the 2005 and ‘06 seasons. Roman Gabriel is second with 206 in 1968 and ‘69.
The NFL record? Cleveland’s Bernie Kosar went 308 passes without an interception in 1990 and ‘91.
November 18th, 20104:01 pm
That’s it Sid. Just don’t “reed” what he “rights.”
November 18th, 20108:55 pm
that’s a marvelous idea. Sid and FJ as much positive that yall bring to the table yall also keep the negatives going too, and lets be real 88% of the haters on here are seen hes a “die hard” aints fan and pretends to be a retarded falcons fan who misspells everything on purpose just to get a response out of yall, and like the blind leading the blind yall march on ahead. and that registering so you can only have one id is a good idea then “seen joe the fishy cheese tea bagger goes for the rams” might chill out a little bit. also did i miss any of his names? and Go Falconsssssssss and wb Spoon but only if you ready rather have you vs pack than the rams, and get hurt bc your not ready. but i do believe if there was any doubt he wouldn’t be playing yet.
True Falcon Fan
November 19th, 20109:01 am
All thoughs that care, cosider this – if Jerry is a bust then what is Trey Lewis? Is he a bust too?
November 19th, 201010:39 am
This particular subject concerns the weekly “talk up the opposition” video. I’ve posted pertinent info concerning the Rams on d’leds blog this week but the subject always seems to be about attacking “trolls” and “liberals”.
I’ll try again. The Rams scored 30 points in their first game; they have not scored more than 20 since then. The best team they played was a San Diego team (20-17 win at home) that hasn’t played nearly as well as the Falcons. How does that equate to a team we should consider anything more than a speed bump?
And, what exactly is a troll?
November 19th, 20101:52 pm
THANK YOU DOL for putting the blog back in the order it used to be. Much easier to read and follow along with the “sometimes” Falcon related posts. I just skip over the ones on here for no obvious reason.
The Dogkiller Returns
November 20th, 201011:24 am
I can’t wait to get this trap game over with. That’s why I HATE 4pm kick-offs!!
November 21st, 20103:06 am
Haiku: (inspired by Dave Choate of the Falcoholic)
The Saint Louis Rams
Get a lesson on their turf
Eight and two sounds good.
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