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  1. Neal will go down again, so let’s address FS now.
  2. Being a Falcons fan is like having a terminal illness: there is no cure, and we have to live with it and take it a day at a time. Periodic wins, preseason excitement, and venting through the message boards treat the symptoms. Another losing season is always inevitable.
  3. After dealing with Packers fans up here, I only hate the Saints a little more.
  4. Say what you will about the media or Mark Bradley, but you can’t dispute the results on the field for the last 3 years. Now, we are going to repeat it. But hey, gotta love Paul Bunyan.
  5. I guess you have the golden answer. Why don’t you pay for 2 plane tickets from Milwaukee to Atlanta, Hotwire is a room for two days, pay student loans x 2, pay a mortgage, and pay child support. I guess since I choose not to pay for a two seats to see a bad football team (even though I have had season tickets in 2004 and 2005) and flew from St. Louis to catch home games) and watch them on the Ticket every Sunday, then I’m fairweather. Some of you need to self-reflect before you judge.
  6. Nope, I only cheer for one team and one team only, and that’s my Falcons. I’ve done so for 41 years and have dealt with the pain. I’m sure you love them just like I do, but we differ on how. I won’t tell you how to spend your money or diminish your loyalty as a fan. It’s be great if the Falcons wanted to commit to winning as much as we commit to to being faithful fans. But like I said, I’m not spending my money to see that s*** on the field.
  7. Just because you’re making excuses for the mediocrity we see on the field and accept it doesn’t mean that we have to. I’m a grown man with a family, but I’m not going to pay my hard-earned heavily-taxed dollars to continue seeing that s***.
  8. The one thing that I get from all of this is that excuses and bad decisions from Blank to Quinn have resulted in some good QB stats, a few winning seasons, some insanely inflated contracts, empty seats in a new stadium, an almost non-existent fan base (relatively), no Super Bowl wins, and a bleak future.
  9. I get your point. Just imagine how much of a two-man wrecking crew they’d be with an offensive line and a defense that gives them 3-and-outs.
  10. Nah, he’s behind his desk affecting the outcomes of these games.
  11. I dunno, man. When I see this organization, I think it’s been decimated by poor decisions over several years which have culminated into a team with overpaid average players and a couple of aging good players. They didn’t think us through long term. I think Julio and MR are good players, but we need quality at all positions where we don’t break the bank on 2 or 3. I would be fine with offloading the contracts of Our highest paid players and starting from scratch if we get a new brain trust with new fresh winning ideas for this organization moving forward.
  12. If we don’t have the right foundation, a brand new coaching staff won’t matter. Get a new president with a winning vision, and let’s slowly rebuild (or BUILD) a quality organization that doesn’t believe in excuses and mediocrity. I can have patience with that.
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