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Yngwie Malmsteen

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  1. These announcers are so biased it's unreal. Not even trying to hide it.
  2. The only opinion I have after that first half is: Shut up Vilma. Just terrible.
  3. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but these Refs? No way are they calling a fair game here.
  4. At some point you have to stop solely blaming the coaches and start questioning the players as well. I never bought into the narrative that this team is full of talent like some on here claimed.
  5. I can't stand watching Koetter's offence either. Just horrible.
  6. Blank is a huge part of the problem in Atlanta. Alarm bells were ringing for me when he was announcing certain players would be 'Falcons for life'. That's not a smart way to run a football team.
  7. A copy and paste from a post I made in the game thread: The Superbowl loss ripped my heart out as a fan and I genuinely never felt so low and devastated over any sporting event outcome in my life. I felt that way for days afterwards and it scared me how depressed I was and for how long. I vowed to never let a sports team dictate my mood or mental health to that extent again. I still watch the games and support the team but in a sort of 'detached' way. I'm glad I made that decision as that today was up there as one of the most embarrassing loses in NFL history IMO. Did it affect me like the Superbowl loss? Not even close. Still watched in disbelief though. I'm not one for knee jerk reactions and hyperbole, but I think Quinn needs to be fired after that. I've never seen a team so unprepared to play with a lead. It's like everyone panics and expects the comeback. That's mainly on coaching IMO.
  8. The Superbowl loss ripped my heart out as a fan and I genuinely never felt so low and devastated over any sporting event outcome in my life. I felt that way for days afterwards and it scared me how depressed I was and for how long. I vowed to never let a sports team dictate my mood or mental health to that extent again. I still watch the games and support the team but in a sort of 'detached' way. I'm glad I made that decision as that today was up there as one of the most embarrassing loses in NFL history IMO. Did it affect me like the Superbowl loss? Not even close. Still watched in disbelief though. I'm not one for knee jerk reactions and hyperbole, but I think Quinn needs to be fired after that. I've never seen a team so unprepared to play with a lead. It's like everyone panics and expects the comeback. That's mainly on coaching IMO.
  9. Exactly my thoughts. I know a lot on here don't like Quinn, but I do.
  10. The only one that I'm delighted is going is Armstrong. Think getting rid of Sark in particular is harsh.
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