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Why 2010 means nothing to the Atlanta Falcons


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When you're recovering from the retirement home that used to be One Buc Place, you're going to take some lumps. Tampa flushed out all the bullcrap remaining from the Gruden/Allen era and left only the parts that worked. The only thing remaining that is questionable is Sabby Piscatelli, and he's not even a starter and is back on special teams.

The deal is with your franchise, is you NEED to rebuild around that Matt Ryan. You need a front office sweep. Name one thing Atlanta has ever done dominately enough to win a Super Bowl? Nothing. The Falcons has been blowing the whistle on the mediocrity train there for far too long. Tampa did the exact same thing as Atlanta since winning the Super Bowl. But the difference is, we discovered it and took care of it and are starting brand new but in a similar mold.

This season shouldn't matter whatsoever to you. Because the sad fact that is burning in the back of your mind is you won't do anything this year. Or next year. Or the year after that. Because you'll still be sitting at a traffic light with Smith driving the car while other teams are driving right past you.

The prime years of Ryan and White (the only two players you have to look forward to) are going to be wasted while you're sitting there doing nothing.

With a new regime comes new change. Atlanta's regime doesn't work at all. But they're still there, while precious minutes on a short shelf life position drip away like wax on a candle.

The way you should see it, is that Tampa is AT LEAST two years ahead of you. You'll be scratching your head at who is coming in next to lead your little pity party in Atlanta next year. Then they'll purge the roster AGAIN after you lost a lot of veteran experience this very year.

All the while you're doing that we'll be adding the handful of pieces we need to make this team a complete foundation, while your guys are dropping magnets off the white board the 2010 Falcons depth chart was on.

Matt Ryan is the future huh? What about Turner? No? Maybe? Well while you're finding that out in 2011, our guy will be in his third year. With our bright shiny receivers you wish you had and a brand new runningback acquired from the April Event, extra O-Line reinforcement, and pass rush.

Whatever era you had is done. Enjoy the scrap heap for a while. Have fun sitting in pit row, while everyone else is on the track The fact is the Falcons overachieved in 2008. They played a weak schedule. They have no one who scares you on defense.

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When you're recovering from the retirement home that used to be One Buc Place, you're going to take some lumps. Tampa flushed out all the bullcrap remaining from the Gruden/Allen era and left only the parts that worked. The only thing remaining that is questionable is Sabby Piscatelli, and he's not even a starter and is back on special teams.

The deal is with your franchise, is you NEED to rebuild around that Matt Ryan. You need a front office sweep. Name one thing Atlanta has ever done dominately enough to win a Super Bowl? Nothing. The Falcons has been blowing the whistle on the mediocrity train there for far too long. Tampa did the exact same thing as Atlanta since winning the Super Bowl. But the difference is, we discovered it and took care of it and are starting brand new but in a similar mold.

This season shouldn't matter whatsoever to you. Because the sad fact that is burning in the back of your mind is you won't do anything this year. Or next year. Or the year after that. Because you'll still be sitting at a traffic light with Smith driving the car while other teams are driving right past you.

The prime years of Ryan and White (the only two players you have to look forward to) are going to be wasted while you're sitting there doing nothing.

With a new regime comes new change. Atlanta's regime doesn't work at all. But they're still there, while precious minutes on a short shelf life position drip away like wax on a candle.

The way you should see it, is that Tampa is AT LEAST two years ahead of you. You'll be scratching your head at who is coming in next to lead your little pity party in Atlanta next year. Then they'll purge the roster AGAIN after you lost a lot of veteran experience this very year.

All the while you're doing that we'll be adding the handful of pieces we need to make this team a complete foundation, while your guys are dropping magnets off the white board the 2010 Falcons depth chart was on.

Matt Ryan is the future huh? What about Turner? No? Maybe? Well while you're finding that out in 2011, our guy will be in his third year. With our bright shiny receivers you wish you had and a brand new runningback acquired from the April Event, extra O-Line reinforcement, and pass rush.

Whatever era you had is done. Enjoy the scrap heap for a while. Have fun sitting in pit row, while everyone else is on the track The fact is the Falcons overachieved in 2008. They played a weak schedule. They have no one who scares you on defense.

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lmao...you beat the browns last week and now your a future dynasty...nice try though troll

Ya'll lost to a Steeler team with their 3rd string quarterback. Imagine if Big Ben would have played. Ya'll would have losted by at least 20 points. The Falcons aren't as good as you think.

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Ya'll lost to a Steeler team with their 3rd string quarterback. Imagine if Big Ben would have played. Ya'll would have losted by at least 20 points. The Falcons aren't as good as you think.

Sweet lord.......they aren't even worth the effort anymore.

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Ya'll lost to a Steeler team with their 3rd string quarterback. Imagine if Big Ben would have played. Ya'll would have losted by at least 20 points. The Falcons aren't as good as you think.

The Steelers with their 3rd string QB and all of their other starters on both sides of the ball are, in my mind, still better than the team the Bucs played Sunday.

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All I know is Cadillac had more rushing yards than Turner in Week 1.

We'll talk again when the smoke clears (as in "at the end of the year"). I've got to give you credit, to come on here and talk chit, dude ya got balls, lacking in common sense, but ya got some balls. Don't suppose you'll return here to see how your predictions pan out? Didn't think so. :lol:

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When you're recovering from the retirement home that used to be One Buc Place, you're going to take some lumps. Tampa flushed out all the bullcrap remaining from the Gruden/Allen era and left only the parts that worked. The only thing remaining that is questionable is Sabby Piscatelli, and he's not even a starter and is back on special teams.

The deal is with your franchise, is you NEED to rebuild around that Matt Ryan. You need a front office sweep. Name one thing Atlanta has ever done dominately enough to win a Super Bowl? Nothing. The Falcons has been blowing the whistle on the mediocrity train there for far too long. Tampa did the exact same thing as Atlanta since winning the Super Bowl. But the difference is, we discovered it and took care of it and are starting brand new but in a similar mold.

This season shouldn't matter whatsoever to you. Because the sad fact that is burning in the back of your mind is you won't do anything this year. Or next year. Or the year after that. Because you'll still be sitting at a traffic light with Smith driving the car while other teams are driving right past you.

The prime years of Ryan and White (the only two players you have to look forward to) are going to be wasted while you're sitting there doing nothing.

With a new regime comes new change. Atlanta's regime doesn't work at all. But they're still there, while precious minutes on a short shelf life position drip away like wax on a candle.

The way you should see it, is that Tampa is AT LEAST two years ahead of you. You'll be scratching your head at who is coming in next to lead your little pity party in Atlanta next year. Then they'll purge the roster AGAIN after you lost a lot of veteran experience this very year.

All the while you're doing that we'll be adding the handful of pieces we need to make this team a complete foundation, while your guys are dropping magnets off the white board the 2010 Falcons depth chart was on.

Matt Ryan is the future huh? What about Turner? No? Maybe? Well while you're finding that out in 2011, our guy will be in his third year. With our bright shiny receivers you wish you had and a brand new runningback acquired from the April Event, extra O-Line reinforcement, and pass rush.

Whatever era you had is done. Enjoy the scrap heap for a while. Have fun sitting in pit row, while everyone else is on the track The fact is the Falcons overachieved in 2008. They played a weak schedule. They have no one who scares you on defense.

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Oh geez another BucBoy.

Weak trolling.

The current regime would have to go 7-9 this year to not have the best three year start in franchise history. Don't count on that happening.

Do your research before you post on this board son. If you don't you will look clueless.

You know FFS1970, You are a lot better poster when you are calling trolls of other teams clueless. That is all, carry on.

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