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  1. 2 hours ago, wartownfalcon said:

    Exactly!! And that staged video he had Reggie Bush make. Give me a break

    Brees is a psychopath with football. There are many stories of how competitive he is. This isn’t the first time he’s been on the practice field going over his progressions. He’s done this for years. That’s why he’s able to play at an elite level even at almost 41 and why he’s been elite for 10+ years.

  2. 47 minutes ago, SaintBreesus said:

    I signed up when I saw this topic. I've been lurking for a couple seasons but this thread is gold. Carmichael is not leaving the organization we've built in New Orleans. He has job security, a great ownership, elite coaching staff around him, better talent on offense, etc. Being the HC in Atlanta subjects him to too much criticism and spotlight. And he wont have Payton, Brees, etc around him either. Yall should have promoted Shanahan. 

    Carmichael is great as an assistant coach, but he is not HC material. He does not have that commanding feel to him. Just listen to him in interviews. He’s a behind the scenes guy, not a leader type, which makes him excellent as a coordinator.

  3. 21 minutes ago, falconidae said:

    Right, because that Falcons win last night wasn't impressive at all.

    Falcons have 3 new Olinemen this year, you give them time to gel and the offense will be deadly.

    I mean I didn’t say it wasn’t an impressive win. I believed going into the season it would be between NO and ATL for the division. Matt Ryan has been extremely turnover prone so far and that was very close to a loss with Wentz throwing to great value brand receivers. It’s a good win, a crucial win, but not something to where I believe Atlanta is running away with the division. Again, it’s wide open. I don’t see that as some unfair or homer assessment looking at the division. Atlanta should be the favorite for the division as of now with the schedule NO has til Brees returns. 

  4. 1 hour ago, jdawg4876 said:

    I watched both panthers game in full, cam is really hurt, and their defense is not as good as advertised. brees is out for at least 6 weeks. winston look good and I like bruce as a HC, but who knows with tampa. So yeah it willl be a slugfest for all south teams, going agains stout defenses in the afc south

    Winston was terrible week 1 and should’ve had an INT against Carolina. It hit Luke K right in the hands. Winston is a scrub.

    carolina is a mess with Cam

    we obviously have issues with Brees and it’ll be tough with this schedule.

    falcons aren’t scaring anyone either.

     

     

    its wide open. 

  5. 3 minutes ago, VTCrunkler said:

    I think this is huge. Literally. More beef the better.  Can’t belive saints let him go. Or can’t bleieve we got em. 

    They replaced him with Malcolm Brown, so that’s an upgrade. Davison is actually pretty good against the run. Don’t expect anything from him as a pass rusher at all. Overall I’d say he’s an average DT. I highly doubt he starts for you guys, but as far as depth goes, good signing. He will at least be in the d line rotation. 

  6. 14 hours ago, falcons007 said:

    Says the Aints fan trolling the Falcons board. 

    Example 1

    Example 2


    So because you disagree with me I am trolling? I read message boards for many teams and occasionally chime in. It is pretty common knowledge that the premium positions are QB, EDGE, LT, and Corner. Think of the Superbowl winner over the last decade, how often do you see an elite WR? I love Mike Thomas, but he isn't as valuable as Cam Jordan is. 

  7. 1 hour ago, falcons007 said:

    It’s not about salaries. It’s about impact on game and how many draft picks you are willing to  give up. Only DE worth giving up multiple first round picks would be some one like Watt. Saints did it because of SB window. Nothing wrong, if they can win the SB in next year or two.  You don’t see teams making moves like that on DL. 

    Dude. This is nonsense. Think of the last team to win a Super Bowl with a super high paid WR. The most important positions, the premiums are: QB, LT, EDGE, CB. 

    Pass rushers are far move valuable than a WR. 

     

  8. 2 hours ago, Ghosts of Glanville said:

    That is one serious inferiority complex on display there

    Funny that the team with a championship would be considered inferior to a team that is 0-2 in the Superbowl. 


    It's funny. I'd expect Falcon fans to pull crap like this if the Saints collapsed. That's what makes a rivalry great. 

  9. Man, I know I've quite often been critical of this team but I'll be damned if as a fan I'm going into this Sunday's game against the Taints conceding a loss!

    Screw that noise!

    I know the current regime is on their way out the door, either all or part of them....but the Taints stink at home, and as crappy as the Falcons are and have been this year the Taints are our most hated rivals.

    I'm expecting the Falcons to fight as if their very jobs and NFL existences depend upon a W....and I will continue to expect that until I see otherwise.

    Man the **** up!

    Are you 12? Just as me saying Failcons would be ridiculous, so is saying Taints. You sound like an idiot.

    And yea, the Saints have been surprisingly bad at home as of late, doesn't mean they can't flip the switch. The dome was known as one of the hardest places for opposing teams to win for quite some times, there's no reason they can't get back to dominating in there. They beat the crap out of GB @ Home, and are capable of running it up on anyone in the dome especially with the crowd rockin. The fans will absolutely be into it Sunday. With that said I expect the typical Saints/Falcons game, where it'll likely come down to the 4th quarter. I'm hoping the Saints blow out the Falcons, but these games are always down to the wire.

  10. their fans are funny because they get all arrogant about a crappy football team

    EDIT: win some road games before you come on here talking like youve got some elite team

    LOLOLOLOLOLOL

    The Saints are 24-16 on the road since 2009, and that includes the 2012 season which was an anomaly being that Payton was out. Wanna take a guess where that ranks with the rest of the league? Well, it's tied for first with the Patriots and Eagles. Calling a team that has beat the Falcons 13 out of the last 16 times crappy, that's hilarious. And they are elite my friend, wether the idiots on here want to admit it or not, they are.

  11. First off. You're right. I got my facts incorrect which I admit makes me look silly since I was using that against Saints fans who didn't know what they were talking about. lol oops.

    Secondly nobody here is arguing that Payton is a better coach than Smith. In fact, most of our fans don't like Smith for the reasons you just mentioned.

    None of this changes the fact that there are TONS of clueless saints "fans" in Atlanta always trying to talk ish to me because im a Falcon fan.

    I personally hope Smith stays as coach for you guys forever. I will not deny the talent Atlanta has; Julio, Roddy, Ryan, who is criminally underrated, etc. Smith is just such a soft coach to me. I fear for the day that you guys actually get a competent coach in there, because Smith isn't that guy. He has racked up lots of wins, and brought the team out of obscurity, similar to what Payton did with the Saints; but the guy lacks the guts it seems to me to send the Falcons over the top. Payton might be an arrogant ***** at times, but he will try to step on a teams throat and has guts. Mike Smith gets far too complacent and it kills what is an otherwise very talented squad.

  12. As Seattle showed all you have to do is get physical with young Jimmy and he'll take himself out the game

    Can't say that I disagree with that. Talib shutdown JImmy, although he was injured at the time, as did Seattle. Trufant is excellent, but he's not near the level of a Sherman or Talib, not yet. The best way to beat the Saints is to get pressure in Brees' face. They have way too many weapons. If you try to take Graham out the game there's Colston, who is actually healthy this year and looks great, and Cooks (not sure if Stills will be ready to go). There's also a guy named Pierre Thomas who consistently seems to give the Falcons fits. If Atlanta can get in Brees' face consistently they will cause turnovers and issues for the Saints, so that's what they will have to do. If Brees has time in the pocket he will absolutely embarrass Atlanta.

  13. I have to remind them that since 09, the Falcons have won the same number of playoff games as the Saints.

    Well, that's actually not true. The Falcons have won one playoff game since then. The Saints have won two (vs Detroit 2011 and @Philadelphia just this past season). ONE playoff win for the Falcons while having the top seed in the NFC twice, that is unbelievably pathetic.

    Playoff loses for the Falcons include a game in which they scored only 2 points vs the Giants, mind-blowing to say the least

    An absolutely embarrassing beating by GB when the game was IN ATLANTA.

    One of the biggest choke jobs I've ever seen in the NFC Championship vs SF

    They also almost blew the game vs Seattle in 2012

    Need I remind you that Mike Smith is 1-4 in the post season...losing by an average of 11.4 points per game in the post season. The Falcons have allowed an average of 31.6 PPG, while scoring an average of 20.2 in Mike Smith's tenure.

    The only time the Saints had a bad loss in the post season, under Payton, was in the 2006 NFC Championship game on the road in Chicago. Which as we all know was Payton's first year as head coach. It goes to show how much better of a coach Payton is. Smith can get the Falcons to the playoffs, but he is so incredibly soft. Payton would never piss away a number 1 seed, twice for that matter, that's inexcusable. He also consistently has his teams prepared; if the Saints are to lose, they go down swinging.

  14. As I told everyone. We lost to a bad team. New Orleans got a break from a missed FG and a terrible Tampa team just about took them down

    New Orleans is a bad team? Don't be an idiot. 37-11 the 3 previous seasons before the bounty gate fiasco that sent the entire team in disarray. They were so out of sync last season, offense lacked creativity and the defensive scheme was bad. The Saints offense isn't clicking just yet, but the defense (still wanna laugh about Rob Ryan?) for 2 straight weeks has looked outstanding. Once the offense starts to click, and I assure you they will, this team is downright scary. I hate the Falcons, but I'm not dumb enough to think they aren't good. The lack of respect in your post is due to your hatred of the team. Saying the Saints aren't a good team is ridiculous. 2-0

  15. I think Carolina will be better than New Orleans this year. I don't think the return of Sean Payton will have as much of an impact as some would like. Meanwhile, Carolina has a pretty **** good defensive front and their offense could be very difficult to stop if they, collectively (coaches and players), can pull their heads out of their *****. Drew Brees said in a recent interview that his favorite part of the game was showering with the team.

    Regardless, this division is going to be a dog fight (nod to Vick).

    Sean Payton will have a massive impact. The offense last year was able to score points, but it was done in spurts. This wasn't the usual long sustained, eating away clock type of offense Payton runs. This hurt the defense, that was already running a scheme that doesn't fit the type of players the Saints have on D.

    Many Saints fans, including myself, were optimistic about last season. But, can you blame us? Coming off a 13-3 season, which had many of the same players from "the worst defense of all time", we felt confident they could still manage a high level of play. As the season drew closer, especially just before the opening game against the Redskins, things just felt off. There was no fire, there was no sense of urgency, and the punishments really put a damper on what made the team good. I like the Ryan hire, because he reminds me of a Williams, who in 2010 had the Saints as a top 5 defense, believe it or not. Throw in Payton being back, who is the best play-caller in football, and they are right back in the mix. the offense will NOT be predictable like last season. And if the defense is OK, look out, because that is all they need.

    Atlanta is the favorite, as much as it pains me to say, but New Orleans will not be close to the mess they were last season. Carolina, I really just do not see it in Cam as a leader. They will win some games, but I still see them as middle of the pack at best. Tampa has a chance, but this is all dependent on the play of Josh Freeman. They have a good RB, Nicks will be returned healthy, Jackson is very good, and their D got a **** of a lot better with the additions of Revis/Goldson. It'll be a battle this season regardless. And remember, no team has repeated as champ in the NFC South,

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