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  1. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Week 3 "R-E-S-P-E-C-T Find out what it means to me." By: richardcNile Just a little respect is what Aretha says she wants. She goes on to tell you"I ain't gonna do you wrong while you're gone" and she "aint gonna do you wrong 'cause she don't wanna;" but she is asking... for just a little respect. She wants you to believe in her. Have some faith man. She continues on to even beg you saying: What you want, Baby I got it. What you need Do you know I got it? She's challenging you when she
  2. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000765396/article/position-rankings-matt-ryan-leads-mvp-candidates Finally some respect for Matt, good job by Chris Wesseling.
  3. What we have here is a familiar spot for our beloved Falcons. A lot of us have been on a roller coaster since we started "ridin" with the Falcons in the words of Julio. A lot of losing mixed with (depending on how old you are) runs of dominance but never actually getting over the hump. Some of you old heads have been around since the Bartowski days, or maybe you started around the Gritz blitz era? Hey even some of you fossils have been bleeding black and red since Tommy Nobis roamed the earth to which he eventually went the way of all the other dinosaurs. A lot of our fans, much as some
  4. By Chris Vivlamore - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution  It wasn’t what Mike Budenholzer said. It was what he did. He listened. Sure, the to-do list was long when the first-year head coach assumed control of the Hawks. There were systems to implement, player evaluation and development work to be done and new time constraints that vastly differed from those of a long-time assistant. There was so much organization and detail involved in establishing a system-based style for the franchise. At the top of that list was getting buy-in from players. They had to trust the new style if the Hawks were to
  5. Unlike most of the fans at the dome yesterday, I stayed till every player was off the field. I pay good moey for seats in section 114, and I walk to the games so not worried about traffic. I stuck around through the seahawks fan takeover of the dome in which our guys can not defend . I wished most of them good luck for the playoffs, in hopes of them or san fran containing the swamp rat TAINTS. I made sure the more arrogant fans knew that they were not getting "revenge" on the same team from last year. Made sure they knew this team only is playing maybe half the team from last year, a team tha
  6. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1675387-power-ranking-every-nfl-roster-midway-through-the-offseason/page/31 Previous 31 of 34 Next 3. Atlanta Falcons Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports The Falcons are, easily, one of the most talented teams in football. Really, it isn't even in question. With a talented quarterback inMatt Ryan, a terrific receiving corps in Julio Jones and Roddy White and the return of Tony Gonzalez, this team was ready to remain at the top of the NFC. By eliminating their Achilles heel with the addition of running back Steven Jackson, the Falcons didn't just improv
  7. Now let me start by saying that I'm not trying to preach to anyone. I'm just giving you my point of view. When I was driving home from my brothers house after the game, a gentleman called the local radio station to voice his displeasure about something he heard during the game. I heard it as well. I heard Matt Ryan scream "g_ddamnit" and the microphones picked it up. If you want to know why we lost the game look no further. I know some of you may think that is crazy but I do believe in the almighty and I do believe he cares about us. Apparently, Kaepernick did have an ace up his sleeve.
  8. http://www.denverbro...4e-79416a48bb75 Showing some serious respect to Matt Ryan.
  9. In my opinion I think that BVG's rah rah college style of coordinating had worn thin on the minds of our defense. I Think that the INSTANT credibility of a Mike Nolan is EXACTLY what this team and defense needed. Players will listen to him. Players will immediately respect him. And I look at Houston with Wade Phillips as a great example of how that can help your team. They were an ABYSMAL defense....but the respect and credibility of Phillips IMO had a lot to do with him getting the results out of that defense he got. In ONE off season, nonetheless. The sense of accountability on this defense
  10. So I peruse the other teams boards from time to time, not as a member, but as a lurker and found the following: http://saintsreport.com/forums/f2/mike-smith-taken-off-plane-chest-pains-216641/ In the thread 95% of these guys state that while we are hated, bitter rivals, they still had nothing but well wishes for Coach Smith. Even though, we hate them, and they hate us...it was refreshing.
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