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People were saying the same **** last week to go along with the injuries didn't matter. People can shove it for all it's worth with this crap.

honestly, the injuries mattered very little. the team played well minus key **** ups from people who would have played either way.

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You're not crazy at all. But, the #1 reason we'll beat the Patriots has more to do with the unfathomable possibility of falling to a disappointing record of 1-3 and the prospects of missing the playoffs this early in the season. Hopefully, the 53 men and coaching staff at Flowery Branch will feel the sense of urgency we feel.

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honestly, the injuries mattered very little. the team played well minus key **** ups from people who would have played either way.

The team isn't supposed to play well, it's supposed to play great. The injuries are hobbling them and it's seriously impacting the execution of the offense and shrinking what they can do on that side of the ball. The defense looked better but McClain and DeCoud are both still playing like ****.

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This team doesn't lose in back to back weeks- haven't lost back to back games in the same season since 2009.

Pats are not the juggernaut they used to be- Falcons play like they did the first 3 weeks- with fewer mistakes- and they'll be 2-2.

One of Smith's strengths is keeping the team together in rough spots. Watch how well they play next week.

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I've thought this game was a win even before the season. Even before the Hernandez incident. Having Gronk back might mean a little, but he won't be anywhere near 100%.

This is a FAR different Falcon team from when New England was here in 2009 and we played them even for a half, then "bowed down" to the mighty Patriots. I still remember that loss. It was TOTALLY on the coaching staff. And I venture they remember that too.

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This is how the game will play out, the Falcons will take a 10 point lead into halftime, during the 3rd quarter it will appear the Falcons don't bother with leaving the locker room and the Pats will come out and score on their first 3 possessions. while holding the falcons offense to a field goal. In the 4th quarter the Pat's defense will slap the Falcons offense around because they have had plenty of rest, the Pat's will score 2 more times taking advantage of Decoud and Dent being on the field.

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This team doesn't lose in back to back weeks- haven't lost back to back games in the same season since 2009.

Pats are not the juggernaut they used to be- Falcons play like they did the first 3 weeks- with fewer mistakes- and they'll be 2-2.

One of Smith's strengths is keeping the team together in rough spots. Watch how well they play next week.

BB vs MS ??? hahahahahahahahaha
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honestly, the injuries mattered very little. the team played well minus key **** ups from people who would have played either way.

I disagree. The injuries played a significant role. We had 7 penalties, which is not typical for us. Even if you forget about the penalties and injuries on defense for a minute and just look at what happened to our offense.

Roddy was in single coverage all game and only had 2 catches for 16 yards. If Roddy was 100%, they could not have played us the way they did. Watch the second half again. Julio and Tony combined for 9 catches in the first half. In the 2nd half, they combined for 4. Miami adjusted by doubling Julio and Tony in the second half, which meant we needed somebody else on offense to step up and beat them. Roddy wasn't able to because he's obviously not 100%. HD ended up with 1 catch for 9 yards that came in the first half (0 catches in the 2nd half), which is pathetic considering the fact that he was targetted often and either dropped it or didn't have the separation from single coverage.

Think about it this way. Outside of Julio, the rest of our WR's combined for 3 catches for 25 yards, which was Roddy (2) and HD (1). None of those catches came in the 2nd half. Zero. You read that correctly, no WR other than Julio caught a single pass in the 2nd half. Nobody stepped up when Miami took Julio and Tony out of our passing game.

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