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  1. LOL They cant go 5-12 its a 16 game season. Ill give you a game and call it a 5-11 season. Would they really ban me because the foulcons have another losing season?
  2. 15 winning seasons 30 losing seasons 3 seasons where they were even 48 seasons total Do you know the question to this answer?
  3. New Orleans holds a 12-3 advantage over the Falcons since 2006. I say the trend is your friend Saints - 31 Foulcons-10
  4. Should have called it Soft knocks for this season. Foulcons are a soft team
  5. All those teams have a super bowl win in there history. Ya'll need to quit wanting someone to give you something. Its earned respect
  6. The foulcons have been in the league 48 years and only have 15 winning seasons. Medias are not gonna boast about thatkinda team
  7. http://espn.go.com/blog/chicago/blackhawks/post/_/id/4680201/quenneville-tice-excited-for-derby-hopeful Good luck to you and your partners today on your horse (Midnight Hawk)in the Robert B Lewis Stakes today. Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville will be rooting for a Hawk to win on Saturday. It just won’t be his Blackhawks. Quenneville is part owner of Midnight Hawk, a three-year-old gray/roan colt, who will be racing in the $200,000 Robert B. Lewis Stakes at Santa Anita Park on Saturday. Midnight Hawk is undefeated in three career races and has created some Kentucky Derby buzz. Quenneville owns Midnight Hawk along with Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Kitchen, former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator and current Atlanta Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice, Mike Pegram and John Sikura's Hill 'n' Dale Equine Holdings. Bob Baffert trains Midnight Hawk. Quenneville didn’t have much time to talk horse racing during the Blackhawks’ recent six-game road trip, but he said he hoped to attend Saturday’s race. He was unable to be there when Midnight Hawk won the Sham Stakes at Santa Anita Park on Jan. 11. “I’m excited,” Quenneville said earlier in the week. “I’m looking forward to it.” Tice said he, Quenneville and Kitchen planned to attend Saturday’s race with their wives. Tice and Quenneville developed a friendship through a mutual friend, Pegram, who has owned previous Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winners. “We became friends when I went to the Bears,” Tice wrote in a text Saturday. “I sent Joel a note or text and told him we had a mutual friend, Mike Pegram. He came to some Bears games. I went to some Hawks games. And our friendship was on!! “We both had a common interest -- horses. And horse racing people tend to attract each other. We both speak the lingo.” Tice said he and Quenneville weren’t taking any credit for Midnight Hawk’s success. “We are lucky we have a friend like Mike Pegram who asked us to be a part of this horse,” Tice said. Midnight Hawk is one of eight horses in the 1 1/16 mile Robert B. Lewis Stakes. It will be race 8 on Saturday’s card with a 6 p.m. CST expected post.
  8. On a bright side he now has an opportunity to play with a team that's a contender
  9. Its more amazing how close most games were in 2012 with the starters in
  10. you just could not resist sticking your head up Ryans rump could you
  11. Happy Birthday and hope many many more to come The Big White Cat says Happy Birthday Too
  12. ( I Wish we had a fanbase like the seahawks but we dont. #RISEUP ) Wouldn't it be better to wish for a team like the seahawks instead
  13. Find a better team Foulcons franchise history in 48 seasons is 15 winning seasons 30 losing seasons 3 draw seasons. Foulcons have more experience losing than winning and most logical fans want winners
  14. I agree with you in a sense but I don't think its a if it happens I think when it happens
  15. Should have asked him which Jag coaches he was planning to hire for the 2014 season
  16. Dress up like a loser and they will welcome you with open arms
  17. Heres to hoping the Foulcons go 6-12 in 2014 F-A-L-C-O-N-S Fans Always Left Counting On Next Season Rise up and do the Julio
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