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Dago 2.0

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  1. Glad we are taking this as the gospel truth. How about we actually find a clip of it and judge for ourselves? Or is a little objectivity too much to ask for? BTW...for the record, Greer says that it was in the act of trying to stop Peterson and Peterson wouldn't quit trying to go ahead. Greer is aware he did it, it was an accident, and he even told Peterson after the play was over that it wasn't what he was attempting to do. http://www.webwiseforradio.com/site_files/244/File/Jabari%20Greer%2012-20-11.mp3
  2. according to Falcons fans one year is too far back....at least that is what we were being told last year whenever any Saints fan brought up our Lombardi or is the one year rule in effect only when it doesn't help the Falcons?
  3. try next year. another offseason and healthy players back means a scary Carolina team. Also, we all know Tampa is capable of playing better than they have so if they get a new coach who knows what happens
  4. while I agree that both are over the top, you are overlooking one basic difference. this is THE official board for the Atlanta Falcons under the NFL. As such, its moderators should strive for fairness and objectivity as they are overseeing this board for someone else Saints Report is a privately owned message board and as such its owners, who are also part of the moderating team, are free to do with their privately owned property as they see fit even if it means they act like little ****** towards fans of other teams
  5. would make a great game....our defense is playing better but Vick and Shady are tough to defend if Vick is on. On the other hand, I don't think there is a whole lot they could do to slow down the Saints offense. if the Saints and Eagles played, you could just go ahead and put the over/under at 80
  6. the Eagles are making me uneasy all of a sudden....don't want them to get in at all. They have all the marks of a team that are getting hot at just the right time like Arizona did a few seasons ago on their run to the Superbowl
  7. the truth is that since Atlanta won the south last year and were supposed to be good enough that they only needed another great WR to take the next step, nearly every team on their schedule with the exception of New Orleans and Green Bay 'should' have been wins. They were supposed to win the south and contend for the Superbowl. and before someone calls me a homer, I would not list Atlanta as a 'should' win for the Saints either....those games are too closely contested for that
  8. and I would say that the Saints lost to team they should have beaten in that case as well. am I really cherry picking? take into account that Atlanta has only played four teams with winning records and are 1-3 in those games....one of which was against the Texans who were starting a third string QB and only had AJ for a half so you are saying that Atlanta shouldn't beat teams with a winning record?
  9. The only way you see that happening is if the 49ers lose tonight and next week and the Saints beat Atlanta next week. Otherwise the second seed will still be up for grabs which means the Saints have to play to win against the Panthers
  10. The Bears, Bucs, and Texans beg to differ and that is this season alone
  11. 11-3 this week so far and I don't see how anybody could have predicted Indy or Green Bay. About the only one I could be second guessing on is San Diego vs. Baltimore
  12. really? you are going to judge a player off one play? we are 8th in the NFL in rushing. Our pass protection has been amazing. How good was either last year? How good was it this year when Kruetz was at center? de la Puenta has turned out to be just as big an addition as some of our other heralded no names that have come in when nobody else wanted them and been key pieces of this team
  13. Congrats Doc I ain't no Skins fan by any stretch of the imagination, but you are one of the better posters in here so I am happy your team threw you a bone
  14. Also, somebody is in desperate need of some proofreading: Despite starting the game with several key mistakes that gave away points, albeit field goals and not touchdowns at least, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints‘ defense played a spectacular game to make it all right in the end with a 42-20 win over the Vikings on the road in Minneapolis. WhoDat chants could be heard in that cold weather dome with a great turnout of Saints fans up there in Minnesota too!
  15. it isn't that. Ivory is the closest in running style to Ingram. A play that should go to Ingram is going to Ivory instead
  16. the Seahawks winning is good for the Saints too....we want them to have something to play for when they play the 49ers. Hopefully the Lions lose to add some drama to that last playoff spot
  17. while I don't think that alone would be enough to get them the win, it would be enough to piss me the **** off
  18. Atlanta Dallas Washington Green Bay New Orleans Seattle Miami Carolina Tennessee Detroit New England Philadelphia Arizona Baltimore Pittsburgh
  19. no such thing as a slam dunk game. Get a crappy team playing their best game of the season and have a few balls bounce their way and voila.....instant upset
  20. this is not the message board you are looking for
  21. nah....we all know that this is the result of a failed abortion and not of being a Falcon fan
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