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So with as little Homerism as possible ( i know its hard) how far can we make it? We have a lot of young players that are gonna get tired and worn out, but I think with our coaches and our "team Chemistry" the sky is the limit.

A 3-1 or 4-0 finish and we're practically guaranteed a playoff spot. A 2-2 finish (10-6) is about 50/50 on making the last wildcard spot and a 1-3 finish would have the Falcons miss out. I think the Falcons will most likely go 3-1 (a loss against either the Bucs or Vikings).

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Unfortunately the losses to Philly (or screwjob i should say) and DEN (which with one catch could have been a win) hurt alot. Think of what 10-2 would feel like right now.

Well considering the Falcons weren't even supposed to be in this position (rookie QB, rookie coach, Petrino / Vick fiasco) I'll still take the 8-4 record. But it's nice knowing that your team was practically in every single game with a chance to win (besides the Bucs & earlier Panthers game).

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Well considering the Falcons weren't even supposed to be in this position (rookie QB, rookie coach, Petrino / Vick fiasco) I'll still take the 8-4 record. But it's nice knowing that your team was practically in every single game with a chance to win (besides the Bucs & earlier Panthers game).

The counterpoint to my previous statement could also be that we weren't "supposed" to beat CHI the way we did either, so it goes both ways.

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I'm pretty sure we could actually get a home playoff game without winning the division. I believe after last year( when jacksonville had to play at pittsburgh even though they had a better record and beat them head to head) that the nfl changed homefield in the playoffs to go to the team with the better record, even if that team is a wild card.

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I'm pretty sure we could actually get a home playoff game without winning the division. I believe after last year( when jacksonville had to play at pittsburgh even though they had a better record and beat them head to head) that the nfl changed homefield in the playoffs to go to the team with the better record, even if that team is a wild card.

I thought they were looking at reviewing it but decided against it...

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Cowboys would be out... The #6 seed Falcons (8-4) would be playing the #3 seed Minnesota Vikings (7-5).

Yesterday before the game the Cowboys were 2 spots ahead of us in the wilcard race and they won again yesterday. I don't really know how that shakes out but we have to take care of our business first.

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