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  1. https://imgur.com/a/zW8sILJ Click on the link up here and tell me what you think? I used the NFL Playoff Predictor on https://playoffpredictors.com I have the Falcons starting 2-3 and winning 10 straight to get to 12 wins, just like in 2002 and 2010 when we also had a long winning streak during the season playing the AFC North with the same home and away schedule as this upcoming season. As I've brought up before, our AFC North schedule matches 2010 and our NFC East schedule matches 2012. We also play the Eagles in Philly and the Cardinals at home again just like 2010, 2012, and 2016
  2. Due to the Falcons' past couple playoff embarrassments by the NYG and GBP, it would be a bit hard to pick a side in this week's matchup between the GBP and the NYG. The Packers and the Giants are both tough teams that could end the Falcons' Super Bowl Dream. The trio of teams currently have high seeds. Atl: 1st Seed Packers: 3rd Seed Giants 4th Seed The Saints-49ers Game will impact the seeding for this upcoming game. Who would the Falcons choose to win in the Packers-Giants matchup and why?
  3. I was poking around on ESPN and saw a link to this article in The Wall Street Journal. I didn't see it posted anywhere on AFMB and it is worth a look, so I thought I'd share. Since I didn't look in every forum, if I missed that it was posted somewhere, I apologize. Linkage Falcons' McClure Is Vital As Center of Attention By Mike Sielski FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga.—The most important player for the Atlanta Falcons' offense turns 35 next month, had surgery on his right knee in August and is as sturdy as a 6-foot-high bag of groceries. Todd McClure doesn't move as well as he once did, but his football m
  4. There's more behind Tuck calling us out than the fact he's trying to get into our head. He's also inadvertently telling the refs "Hey watch for this, these guys are dirty, you guys better call a penalty." By doing this he is pointing something out for the refs, and refs are refs if you complain enough they'll start looking for the calls, we've seen it with Sean Payton constantly complaining about Roddy's pushoffs, Everyone calling Suh Dirty, and Rex Ryan pretentiously calling out every opponent he faces. So if the Giants are going to whine about it to get the refs attention, how do we as a fa
  5. Alright lets go NY Giants!!! Much rather go up to NY than to Jerry Land/ The Billion Dollar play pen. I think they have a better chance against the Giants shoty secondary and lack of a run game, than a Cowboys offense that can go the distance at anytime. We need Eli to come up big today
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