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  1. Now let me add on to those comments, to be fair, our bad AFC record, goes by Mike Smith's final 2 seasons as a Falcons head coach and pretty much Dan Quinn's whole tenure as a Falcons head coach. Dan Quinn's only home wins vs. the AFC were his 1st one vs. the Texans in 2015 and his last one vs. the Jaguars in 2019. Obviously those Broncos and Raiders home wins in 2020, by then Raheem Morris had taken over as the head coach. So fingers crossed our AFC record changes in 2021 & beyond.
  2. In 2009, we went 3-1 vs. the AFC East (only loss being the Patriots in NE of course), and that was the first year in franchise history we had back to back winning seasons thanks to going 9-7 that year after being 11-5 the previous year. In 2013 we went 1-3 vs. the AFC East with our only win being against the Bills in Toronto, we finished 4-12 that year. In 2017, we went 1-3 vs. the AFC East again with our only win being against the Jets in New Jersey. However, we went 10-6 that year and made the playoffs as a wildcard. I don't know, with Brady no longer in the AFC East, it should give us
  3. All I have to say, we just have to wait and see how the 2021 and 2022 seasons turn out. That's all I'm going to say. We will see if Kyle Pitts at #4 and the rest of how we build the team throughout the later rounds really benefitted us. We will know throughout 2021 and 2022 if Matt Ryan still was really the guy. We will also know if Justin Fields ends up being really successful in Chicago, or if he ends up being a bust. Only time will tell. I'm not gonna argue or debate with anyone.
  4. Honestly, now when I think back to 28-3, it’s almost no different from many other crazy/catastrophic Atlanta/Georgia sports tragedies that’s happened before and after that. Y’all know what I’m talking about.
  5. Mac Jones had way more talent around him than Justin Fields. Not even close. It's Alabama with their top recruiting classes, Heisman winner WR Devonta Smith and a dominant RB Najee Harris. This is not up for debate, no comparison. Another point you have to keep in mind, Ohio State only played 5 games in the regular season, while Alabama played 10 games in the regular season. Regular season wise that's TWICE as many games for Alabama to improve and get reps in as Ohio State. That's a significant difference.
  6. I'd never draft an offensive lineman being top 4 in the draft, but that's just me. I'd never take that chance, there's so many other (secretly) going to be great O-linemen out there you can get in later rounds. Year after year. Talented QB's don't come often.
  7. Mac Jones has BUST written all over him. He was surrounded by elite 5 star Bama talent including Najee Harris and Devonta Smith. At least half the college QB’s would have looked great or even better than Jones in that system.
  8. The bad news is.... with the Falcons being 0-2 in Super Bowls, the Panthers being 0-2 in Super Bowls, and now the Bucs about to be 2-0 in Super Bowls, this leaves the Saints at 1-0, which means we better pray the Saints don’t step close to another shot at a Super Bowl anytime soon, otherwise.....
  9. The Bucs who are about to be 2-0 in Super Bowls of 2002 and 2020, 4 years each after the Falcons 0-2 in 1998 and 2016 Super Bowls. ****.
  10. I’m sick and tired of these teams BORDERING THE STATE OF GEORGIA winning championships year after year!!! 🤮🤬
  11. OMG, I've never seen such a foolish, most idiotic comment in my whole life, and I've seen your previous ones too, don't even understand what a TEAM, TEAM, TEAM sport is.
  12. Don’t let this distract you from the fact that Rodgers is now 1-4 in NFC Championship games, yikes. The Packers may rule the NFC North year after year but they find a way to cough it up in the divisional round or NFC championship year after year.
  13. How about the NFC South in the Super Bowl for the 3rd time in 6 seasons? Other than that. The Packers completely lost this one. Why the **** didn’t you go for it on 4th down? Even if you get a TD and no 2 point conversion, and miss onside kick, being down by 2 with 3 timeouts is better than being down by 5 with 3 timeouts.
  14. If you stay at 4, if Fields is available, you can't pass on him, otherwise, trade down and play chess with the rest of the league with your picks.
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