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lrreamon

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  1. So wouldn't it still be a joke if Matt had gotten the MVP award?
  2. I know he is very pissed. The team handed their critics everything they wanted, a big meltdown on national television.
  3. I would think so. Seeing as even in the playoffs, the NFC wildcard game still got 9 million more viewers than the divisional game - I'd say its obvious who the public would rather be watching.
  4. He's registered under "#1 Draw" which is why he gets the best at the resort.
  5. Why you let the bigot off the hook? Call him out, he was asking for it.
  6. Sweet. At $4k a night that must be a helluva suite.
  7. Considering the Philly and Chicago wins, I'd have to say the Falcons were just that bad in the divisional game. Green Bay beat down the Falcons but had to play till the last 40 seconds for both the Eagles and Bears games.
  8. I know he not so hot...he so Icey...burrr
  9. That is truly the attitude of a loser. Gotta laugh its so stupid.
  10. What is amazing is how silent other commenters are about it. Its my hope that numerous others submitted reports to the mods and complained about this racist, but I won't be so naive as to think that actually happened.
  11. I never liked that "Rise Up" marketing strategy. I hope they come up with something else for next season.
  12. Its true....sad, but true. Saturday’s Divisional matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons was watched by 30.8 million viewers and scored a 17.0/29 household rating/share. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/01/17/2011-nfl-playoffs-are-most-watched-ever-on-fox/78983 The quarterback battle between Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Philadelphia’s Michael Vick was watched by a record 39.3 million viewers and scored a 22.1/37 household rating/share. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/01/10/packers-eagles-on-fox-is-most-watched-wildcard-game-ever-averaging-39-3-million-viewers/
  13. The Falcons will get a national game against the Saints, in New Orleans no doubt. The league will probably want the Philly game to be national, but that's about it. The fact that somehow 9 million people LESS watched the Packers-Falcons game, than watched the Packers-Eagles game the week before is not the type of drop that the league and their advertisers like.
  14. But my goodness, Ryan's interception resulted in 6 points the other way - is that better? The outcomes are the same...but there is no way anyone can pretend like the Falcons loss was not so bad, because the team was the #1 seed playing at home after a bye. No need to get mad now that a bunch of saints and eagles fans bout to come talk a whole lot of smack. The Falcons got embarrassed. They didn't even lose respectably. All that talk about 13-3 and "the NFC goes through Atlanta!!!"...yeah, it went thru Atlanta, and on up to Chicago. This bashing won't be stopping anytime soon, thank the team f
  15. More than likely even if the score had been 27-24 and the Falcons lost, there would still be these posts...but it certainly doesn't help that instead of a close game it was a blow out - a playoff game blow out no less. Its already known the QB will be blamed the most regardless.
  16. Well based on all the ratings for this season, we'll see how the league views it when they announce the schedule. Everybody knows the teams that generate the most national interest get more national games, the networks and advertisers prefer it that way.
  17. This was an entire team loss. But the worst part will be the confirmation that the Falcons were clearly not as good as being pumped up by what happens with the Packer-Bears NFC Championship game. Week 17, the Packers and Bears go at it for the full 60 minutes and the Packer win scoring only 10 points Wildcard game, the Packer and Eagles comes down to the last 40 seconds and ends on the Vick pick, the Packers score 21 points and win by 5 points Then the Packers come to Atlanta, to play the Falcons, the #1 Seed and 13-3 3 record, and basically whup the Falcons a**, scoring 48 points, winning by
  18. The NFC East must not be too boring - The Packers still played but 9 million viewers LESS watched them play the Falcons the next week? The Eagles had to be the reason for the extra people watching. Saturday’s Divisional matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons was watched by 30.8 million viewers and scored a 17.0/29 household rating/share. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/01/17/2011-nfl-playoffs-are-most-watched-ever-on-fox/78983 The quarterback battle between Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Philadelphia’s Michael Vick was watched by a record 39.3 million viewers and sc
  19. And they should be thankful that less people watched the game from last weekend with the Packers. That could explain why somehow the Falcons were mentioned in passing only today in reviews of the games this past weekend. Saturday’s Divisional matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons was watched by 30.8 million viewers and scored a 17.0/29 household rating/share. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/01/17/2011-nfl-playoffs-are-most-watched-ever-on-fox/78983 The quarterback battle between Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Philadelphia’s Michael Vick was watched by a record 39.3
  20. There's a lot more to do in Atlanta than Green Bay, WI....hence I guess that's why you're so perplexed.
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