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  1. Shots fired by Cam. This rivalry is unmatched. https://www.instagram.com/p/COTg46er6l3/?igshid=13x3g5qi6vpxz Says Pitts is light is the a$$ Thinks Demario Davis can cover him Does say he compares him to Waller and Graham Ends with “I hope he isn’t attached to the line cause I’ll have to attach him from his body”
  2. I'm not yet the Iron Saint equivalent but https://saintsreport.com/members/xerixio.49347/
  3. Falcons ranked #1 https://www.atlantafalcons.com/_mobileview/news/ranking-the-nfc-south-s-linebackers-falcons-panthers-boast-talented-units Ranking the NFC South’s linebackers: Falcons, Panthers boast talented units Will McFadden ATLANTAFALCONS.COM AP Photos The NFC South is home to two of the best linebackers in the NFL, and it added a pair of top-tier athletes at the
  4. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/_mobileview/news/ranking-the-nfc-south-s-receiver-corps-falcons-boast-an-intimidating-group Ranking the NFC South’s receiver corps: Falcons boast an intimidating group Will McFadden ATLANTAFALCONS.COM By this point in the offseason we have a pretty good picture of what certain position groups look like around the NFL. Since there are sti
  5. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/_mobileview/news/ranking-the-nfc-south-s-running-back-groups-all-purpose-stars-lead-the-way Ranking the NFC South’s running back groups: All-purpose stars lead the way Will McFadden ATLANTAFALCONS.COM Although the running back position has become a bit marginalized in recent seasons, the NFC South boasts some of the league’s top young bac
  6. Okay, before I make fun of the Saints tears of joy again, I want to bring up some little stats nobody is paying attention to. So are you ready? This is gonna be interesting! The Rams win in OT in New Orleans was the first time in 25 years the Saints lost a home playoff game, which snaps a 7 home playoff win streak for the Saints. The 1993 Eagles in January 1994 were the last team to win a playoff game in New Orleans before the Rams yesterday. Of course that also meant the first time Brees and Payton ever lost a home playoff game too. The 2018 Rams played the AFC West this year, just
  7. This is going to be a very detailed post by me. I fan-posted this on the Falcoholic as well and I would like to share this with everyone on the Falcons boards. These are officially my thoughts on the Falcons 2018 season so far. That top 10 in scoring D we had last year was Dontari Poe, Adrian Clayborn, Keanu Neal, Deion Jones, and Ricardo Allen coming together and leading the other guys on defense. Robert Alford, Desmond Trufant, Brian Poole, and other guys were probably better and up'd their game because of the leadership of Rico and Debo on the field. Jarrett and Takk definitely helpe
  8. It's just like before our Super Bowl in 2016-17 every QB prior to Matt Ryan in NFL history who had no interceptions in the playoffs had all won Super Bowls, and Matt Ryan was the first QB in NFL history with a great passer rating and no interceptions in our Super Bowl run and we still lost to the Patriots in OT, just like we just like to the Saints in OT similarity with no chance to get the ball in OT on offense. Atlanta (Georgia) sports are cursed man.
  9. 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
  10. The Buccaneers and the Eagles are the only teams who have been to the Super Bowl when the AFC North was on their schedule. No team out of the NFC playing the AFC North on their schedule has been back to the Super Bowl ever since. The Panthers and the Seahawks are the only teams who have been to the Super Bowl when the AFC South was on their schedule and each of them did it twice. The 2003 Panthers, 2005 Seahawks, 2013 Seahawks, and 2015 Panthers. From 2006-2012 (7 seasons in a row), every team out of the NFC who played in the Super Bowl played the AFC East on their schedule. That s
  11. I've discussed this in other threads but I think it deserves one of it's own. How many of you would like to see the Falcons travel to the Sewerdome with the NFC Championship on the line? I know there is a few of us that would love that game. Especially if we left the dome silent while celebrating our 2nd consecutive NFC Championship on top of the Saints logo.
  12. I'm a life long old time Falcons fan. And I can tell you all from experience in the past year after year after year. Anytime the Falcons get in an important game there always seems to be some screwy officiating calls. In the game vs. the Vikings the Falcons offensive line kept getting smashed with hands to the face over and over and over. Then there were the penalties in that game calling anything and everything on the Falcons while not calling it on the vikings. As for the sAints last game, hands to the face and holding that they got away with comes to mind where officiating goes,
  13. I just wanted to ask, Is it just me, or do any of you other Falcons fans like me feel as though the way the Falcons played the Bucs that they held back their play book when it come to offense and defense? The rest of the country considering it was Monday Night Football, they probably think "Well the Falcons have regressed, no Shanny, no Hope on offense", and given the offensive play calling vs the Bucs you can't help but agree with them on those factors. The thing is, I have a feeling that the Falcons kept their ultimate goal play book closed vs the Bucs. And what I mean by that is
  14. So I’ve been working with an artist from New Orleans called Young Greatness. He’s signed to Cash Money records. He’s an avid Saints fan like we are for our birds. Well naturally he’s the only saint in a studio full of falcons in Atlanta but we were talking about New Orleans food vs Dominican food and it got heated between who cooks the best his wife or my partners Dominican wife lol. It went from we can’t can beat New Orleans cooking just like our falcons can’t beat his Saints. Why’d he say that???????!!!!!!!! Every Falcon, including myself, jumped straight on his @ss from how Cole
  15. So the Saints are about to play the Patriots. These are arguably the two teams Falcons fans hate the most. It's a conflicting situation. So the difficult question to ask is, which team do we want to win? We can make an argument for either side: *For a Patriots loss:* Watching them collapse and rack up losses after all the praise they get would be fun to watch. They broke our hearts in the Super Bowl. We've heard enough of the Tom Brady love, it's getting old, just like him. The Saints probably don't pose a threat to winning the division, so a win for them here may not matter. *For a
  16. http://dailysnark.com/helmet-every-nfl-team-biggest-rivals-colors/ This website made a post showing different NFL teams helmets with their "biggest rivals" colors. Kind of funny to see. They kind of messed up by making our biggest rival the Panthers. We all know that title belongs to the Saints. But they did make us both the Panthers and Saints biggest rival, follow the link if you wanna see it. Here's what they did for the Falcons:
  17. Lmao!!!! hey guys. Chill out. A well deserved loss is always easier than games like Seattle and SD. The week just just turned to a PUSH by boneheaded losses by Carolina and NO
  18. Tell us how you'll feel - but don't use words - use an image, emoji, or symbols. I have a couple that speak my thoughts if that "happens" again: and
  19. Amidst all the negativity today, thought I'd share this article which made me smile: The Saints' Future Is Almost Here, And It's Bleak http://deadspin.com/the-saints-future-is-almost-here-and-its-bleak-1786616482?utm_campaign=socialflow_deadspin_facebook&utm_source=deadspin_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow Let me just say Here's a cut / paste : The only reason the Saints cut C.J. Spiller yesterday and not before the season was because they literally could not afford to release him. A solid example of this franchise’s failed acquisitions and que
  20. Looks like a cold rain and a lot of wind. Hopefully Cutler remembers how to the throw the football and can thrash that Saints Defense.
  21. I think the coaches will continue to underutilize Smith to save face from looking even dumber in keeping this talent stashed on special teams for multiple years. As a result, we will also not be able to justify paying what he will get on the open market. A lot of the other teams will just realize we underutilized him. I'm thinking the Saints are a logical landing spot. Put him out there with Graham and that rookie they've got, and it would be **** hard to defend. He's like a faster less shifty Sproles and right now none of their RBs can really fill that niche. Plus he'd get to burn us twi
  22. Just like our 2 best friends...the Jaguars and Saints...we are all 0-3 on the road!! We build our team from one and build it to beat the other...pathetic... Something needs to change, before it's too late...if it already isn't.
  23. Obviously he will already be accounted for, but would it be possible scheme wise to have a safety like Southward double Jimmy Graham?
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