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AFC East

*New England Patriots 11-5

Miami Dolphins 8-8

Ny Jets 7-9

Buffalo Bills 4-12

AFC North

*Balt Ravens 10-6

*Pittsburg Steelers 9-7

*Cincy Bengals 9-7

Cle Browns 5-11

AFC South

*Indy Colts 10-6

Tenn Titans 6-10

Houston Texans 6-10

Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13

AFC West

*Den Broncos 12-4

SD Chargers 8-8

KC Cheifs 6-10

Oakland Raiders 5-11

1) Denver -BYE

2) New England - Bye

Wildcard weekend

Cincy @ Indy - winner Indy

Pitt @ Balt - winner Balt

Divisional Round

Indy @ Denver - winner Den

Balt @ New England - winner Balt

AFC Champ game

Balt @ Denver - winner Denver

NFC East

*NY Giants 9-7

Dallas Cowboys 8-8

Philly Eagles 8-8

Washington Redskins 7-9

NFC North

*GB Packers 12-4

Detroit Lions 9-7

Chi Bears 7-9

Minny Vikings 5-11

NFC South

*New Orleans Saints 10-6

*Tampa Bay Bucs 9-7

Atlanta Falcons 8-8

Carolina Panthers 6-10

NFC West

*SF 49ers 13-3

*Sea Seahawks 10-6

St Louis Rams 8-8

Arizona Cardinals 6-10

Wildcard Weekend

Sea@ NY Giants - winner NYG

Tampa Bay @ New Orleans - winner Tampa

NFC divisional

Tampa Bay @ SF 49ers - winner SF 49ers

NY Giants @ GB Packers - winner GB

NFC champ game

GB Packers@ SF 49ers - winner GB

Super Bowl -49 . Epic Super Bowl

Rodgers vs Peyton

Denver -35

GB -31

League awards

NFL MVP- Aaron Rodgers

NFL DPOY- Von Miller

NFL rookie of year - Odell Beckham

NFL Defensive rookie of year- Ryan Shaizer

Coach of the Year- Jim Harbaugh

Top of leader Boards in stats

Passing TDs

1) Rodgers -44

2) Brees -41

3)Peyton-39

4)Brady -36

5) Romo-36

Rushing yards and TDs

1) Doug Martin 1,688 yards 14 TDs

2) Jamal Charles 1,507 15 TDs

3) Adrian Peterson 1,488 yards 9tds

4) Lesean McCoy 1,480 yards 12TDs

5) Marshawn Lynch 1,401 yards 11 TDs

Receiving Leaders and TDs

1) Dez Bryant 1,599 yards 14 TDs

2) Cavin Johnson 1,555 yards 10 TDs

3) Julio Jones 1,495 yards 13 TDs

4)Jimmy Graham 1,399 yards 12 TDs

5)Alshon Jeffrey 1,398 yards 12 TDs

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Falcons predictions 8-8

2014 SCHEDULE

UPCOMING GAMES

Week 1-Saints ( LOSS)

Week 2 @Bengals ( LOSS)

Week 3- Buccaneers( WIN)

Week 4 @Vikings ( WIN)

Week 5@Giants ( WIN)

Week 6 Bears ( LOSS)

Week 7@Ravens( LOSS)

Week 8- Lions( WIN)

Week 10@Buccaneers ( LOSS)

Week 11@Panthers ( WIN)

Week 12 Browns( WIN)

Week 13 Cardinals( WIN)

Week 14@Packers( LOSS)

Week 15 Steelers( LOSS)

Week 16 @Saints( LOSS)

Week 17 Panthers( WIN)

Summary of season: Falcons went from a team with high expectations to a team on the mend. The pass rush still looks suspect. The defense doesn't look like it can be counted on in certain aspects . I still see a young secondary trying to find itself . The offense should rebound I see a bounce back season from the offense as a whole. Don't see Ryan taking his game to next level but should be more consistent. The run game will be better at spurts. The offensive line should improve. I see a team that will falter down the stretch with a tough schedule and we go into the 2015 season with a new head coach. Believe TD has Blank wrapped around his finger and Smith will be the fall guy of not being able to take this team to the next level

Falcons stats

QB - Matt Ryan

349 completions

578 attempts

60 % completions

4,441 yards

7.6 YPA

31 TDs

12 ints

Passer Rating 96.7

Falcons Rushing stats

Steven Jackson- 241 atts 1,021 yards 9 TDs

Quizz Rodgers 108 atts 455 yards 4 TDs

Freeman -66 atts 277 yards 2 TDs

Falcons Rec stats

Julio Jones -95 receptions 1495 yards 13 TDs

Roddy White -85 receptions 1,119 yards 8 TDs

Harry Douglas -41 receptions 675 yards 2 TDs

Levine Tolilio - 40 receptions 465 yards 3 TDs

Drew Davis -34 receptions 307 yards

1 TD

Steven Jackson -33 receptions 201 yards 2 TDs

Quizz Rodgers- 14 receptions 133 yards 1 TD

Devanta Freeman -7 receptions 46 yards 1 TD

Sacks -34

Massaquoi -7

Osi -6

Biermann-5

Babs -4

Hageman -4

Bartu -3

Shembo -2

Worrilow -1

Jackson -1

Soliai- 1

Ints

Alford -4

Moore -3

Trufant -3

Lowery -2

Worrilow -2

Bartu-2

Team Rankings

Pass Defense -20

Rush Defense -15

Pass Offense -8th

Rush offense -17th

PTS per game 25.5

Defense PTs per game allowed -24.9

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Cant argue with that too much but I expect they get 2 more wins one of which is against the Saints, and the other against one of the Bengals,Bears,Steelers or Ravens.

Think minus the Saints they are fortunate the first few weeks are against teams they can hopefully hang with till they work out growing pains.

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AFC East

*New England Patriots 11-5

Miami Dolphins 8-8

Ny Jets 7-9

Buffalo Bills 4-12

AFC North

*Balt Ravens 10-6

*Pittsburg Steelers 9-7

*Cincy Bengals 9-7

Cle Browns 5-11

AFC South

*Indy Colts 10-6

Tenn Titans 6-10

Houston Texans 6-10

Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13

AFC West

*Den Broncos 12-4

SD Chargers 8-8

KC Cheifs 6-10

Oakland Raiders 5-11

1) Denver -BYE

2) New England - Bye

Wildcard weekend

Cincy @ Indy - winner Indy

Pitt @ Balt - winner Balt

Divisional Round

Indy @ Denver - winner Den

Balt @ New England - winner Balt

AFC Champ game

Balt @ Denver - winner Denver

NFC East

*NY Giants 9-7

Dallas Cowboys 8-8

Philly Eagles 8-8

Washington Redskins 7-9

NFC North

*GB Packers 12-4

Detroit Lions 9-7

Chi Bears 7-9

Minny Vikings 5-11

NFC South

*New Orleans Saints 10-6

*Tampa Bay Bucs 9-7

Atlanta Falcons 8-8

Carolina Panthers 6-10

NFC West

*SF 49ers 13-3

*Sea Seahawks 10-6

St Louis Rams 8-8

Arizona Cardinals 6-10

Wildcard Weekend

Sea@ NY Giants - winner NYG

Tampa Bay @ New Orleans - winner Tampa

NFC divisional

Tampa Bay @ SF 49ers - winner SF 49ers

NY Giants @ GB Packers - winner GB

NFC champ game

GB Packers@ SF 49ers - winner GB

Super Bowl -50 . Epic Super Bowl

Rodgers vs Peyton

Denver -35

GB -31

League awards

NFL MVP- Aaron Rodgers

NFL DPOY- Von Miller

NFL rookie of year - Odell Beckham

NFL Defensive rookie of year- Ryan Shaizer

Coach of the Year- Jim Harbaugh

Top of leader Boards in stats

Passing TDs

1) Rodgers -44

2) Brees -41

3)Peyton-39

4)Brady -36

5) Romo-36

Rushing yards and TDs

1) Doug Martin 1,688 yards 14 TDs

2) Jamal Charles 1,507 15 TDs

3) Adrian Peterson 1,488 yards 9tds

4) Lesean McCoy 1,480 yards 12TDs

5) Marshawn Lynch 1,401 yards 11 TDs

Receiving Leaders and TDs

1) Dez Bryant 1,599 yards 14 TDs

2) Cavin Johnson 1,555 yards 10 TDs

3) Julio Jones 1,495 yards 13 TDs

4)Jimmy Graham 1,399 yards 12 TDs

5)Alshon Jeffrey 1,398 yards 12 TDs

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Falcons predictions 8-8

2014 SCHEDULE

UPCOMING GAMES

Week 1-Saints ( LOSS)

Week 2 @Bengals ( LOSS)

Week 3- Buccaneers( WIN)

Week 4 @Vikings ( WIN)

Week 5@Giants ( WIN)

Week 6 Bears ( LOSS)

Week 7@Ravens( LOSS)

Week 8- Lions( WIN)

Week 10@Buccaneers ( LOSS)

Week 11@Panthers ( WIN)

Week 12 Browns( WIN)

Week 13 Cardinals( WIN)

Week 14@Packers( LOSS)

Week 15 Steelers( LOSS)

Week 16 @Saints( LOSS)

Week 17 Panthers( WIN)

Summary of season: Falcons went from a team with high expectations to a team on the mend. The pass rush still looks suspect. The defense doesn't look like it can be counted on in certain aspects . I still see a young secondary trying to find itself . The offense should rebound I see a bounce back season from the offense as a whole. Don't see Ryan taking his game to next level but should be more consistent. The run game will be better at spurts. The offensive line should improve. I see a team that will falter down the stretch with a tough schedule and we go into the 2015 season with a new head coach. Believe TD has Blank wrapped around his finger and Smith will be the fall guy of not being able to take this team to the next level

Falcons stats

QB - Matt Ryan

349 completions

578 attempts

60 % completions

4,441 yards

7.6 YPA

31 TDs

12 ints

Passer Rating 96.7

Falcons Rushing stats

Steven Jackson- 241 atts 1,021 yards 9 TDs

Quizz Rodgers 108 atts 455 yards 4 TDs

Freeman -66 atts 277 yards 2 TDs

Falcons Rec stats

Julio Jones -95 receptions 1495 yards 13 TDs

Roddy White -85 receptions 1,119 yards 8 TDs

Harry Douglas -41 receptions 675 yards 2 TDs

Levine Tolilio - 40 receptions 465 yards 3 TDs

Drew Davis -34 receptions 307 yards

1 TD

Steven Jackson -33 receptions 201 yards 2 TDs

Quizz Rodgers- 14 receptions 133 yards 1 TD

Devanta Freeman -7 receptions 46 yards 1 TD

Sacks -34

Massaquoi -7

Osi -6

Biermann-5

Babs -4

Hageman -4

Bartu -3

Shembo -2

Worrilow -1

Jackson -1

Soliai- 1

Ints

Alford -4

Moore -3

Trufant -3

Lowery -2

Worrilow -2

Bartu-2

Team Rankings

Pass Defense -20

Rush Defense -15

Pass Offense -8th

Rush offense -17th

PTS per game 25.5

Defense PTs per game allowed -24.9

I had no idea that they released Madden 15 already.

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Cant argue with that too much but I expect they get 2 more wins one of which is against the Saints, and the other against one of the Bengals,Bears,Steelers or Ravens.

Think minus the Saints they are fortunate the first few weeks are against teams they can hopefully hang with till they work out growing pains.

For the most part Payton has gotten the best of this team. It's a huge game for Falcons if we were able to win the game opening day it could set the tone and start to mend the sounds from last season but I don't think defense will be up to par start week 1

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The only time Matt ever threw for less than 61 CMP% was his sophomore year. In 2012 he tied for the league's highest CMP % and last year he ranked 4th. He hasn't completed less than 420 passes since 2011 when we had some semblence of a run-game. He will very likely have more than 580 attempts seeing as he pretty much is our offense at this point. Dunno why he'd pass for less yards than last year. TDs and INT predictons look fair enough.

I guess we could go 8-8 but with everything we've done this offseason we should be a 10+ win team presuming we stay healthy.

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The only time Matt ever threw for less than 61 CMP% was his sophomore year. In 2012 he tied for the league's highest CMP % and last year he ranked 4th. He hasn't completed less than 420 passes since 2011 when we had some semblence of a run-game. He will very likely have more than 580 attempts seeing as he pretty much is our offense at this point. Dunno why he'd pass for less yards than last year. TDs and INT predictons look fair enough.

I guess we could go 8-8 but with everything we've done this offseason we should be a 10+ win team presuming we stay healthy.

I think the loss of Tony G is going to effect his completion %. There will be more deep drops and deeper route combos which will lead to lesser completion % . Higher YPA

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I think the loss of Tony G is going to effect his completion %. There will be more deep drops and deeper route combos which will lead to lesser completion % . Higher YPA

He will complete more passes to the RBs and a mix of TEs to make up for it.

There won't be a noticeable difference in completions. Less TE TDs though.

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I think the loss of Tony G is going to effect his completion %. There will be more deep drops and deeper route combos which will lead to lesser completion % . Higher YPA

Fair enough. We'll probably still use screen passes a lot though and that admittedly kinda pads his CMP %. Just saying I don't see that dropping too much but I don't really care what the numbers look like so long as he scores TDs and wins us games. We'll see.

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Why is everyone sleeping on Arizona I see them coming in second possibly winning that division. 49ers or Seattle is going to have a down year I'm leaning more SF at the moment but my heart says Seattle. As for the NFC East watch out for the Cowboys everyone is predicting them to be like **** this year and much like us those years they tend to do stellar. I also don't expect Denver to run away with the Division SD won't be too far behind @ 10-6 or 11-5

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Why is everyone sleeping on Arizona I see them coming in second possibly winning that division. 49ers or Seattle is going to have a down year I'm leaning more SF at the moment but my heart says Seattle. As for the NFC East watch out for the Cowboys everyone is predicting them to be like **** this year and much like us those years they tend to do stellar. I also don't expect Denver to run away with the Division SD won't be too far behind @ 10-6 or 11-5

SF is loaded. If they don't win this year they might blow it up. Sea is too good on defense to step back

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SF is loaded. If they don't win this year they might blow it up. Sea is too good on defense to step back

Seattle also is missing some pieces from that defense main reason why my heart is telling me they're going to have the down year. I dunno I just have this feeling about Arizona lost some close games last year went 10-6 see them turning the corner this year.

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Regular Season Schedule:

Week 1 vs NO - W

Week 2 @ CIN - W

Week 3 vs TB - W

Week 4 @ MIN - W

Week 5 @ NYG - L

Week 6 vs CHI - W

Week 7 @ BAL - L

Week 8 vs DET - W

Week 9 BYE

Week 10 @ TB - L

Week 11 @ CAR - L

Week 12 vs CLE - W

Week 13 vs ARI - W

Week 14 @ GB - L

Week 15 vs PIT - L

Week 16 @ NO - W

Week 17 vs CAR - W

Pro Bowlers:

Matt Ryan

Julio Jones

Desmond Trufant

Jake Matthews

Player Stats:

Matt Ryan - 4800 YDS / 36 TD / 14 INT / 70% COMP

Steven Jackson - 800 YDS / 9 TD / 4.2 YPC

Devonta Freeman - 700 YDS / 7 TD / 5.8 YPC / 56 REC / 530 REC YDS

Julio Jones - 107 REC / 1745 YDS / 16 TD

Roddy White - 70 REC / 1050 YDS / 9 TD

Sack Leaders:

1. Osi Umenyiora - 11.0

2. Jonathan Massaquoi - 9.5

3. Kroy Biermann - 6.5

4. Stansly Maponga - 6.0

5. Joplo Bartu - 5.5

INT Leaders:

1. Desmond Trufant - 6

2. Robert Alford - 5

3. William Moore - 4

4. Dwight Lowery - 4

5. Paul Worrilow - 3

NFC South Standings:

Falcons (10-6)

Saints (9-7)

Bucs (8-8)

Panthers (6-10)

NFC Playoff Seeds:

1. Seahawks (14-2)

2. Packers (13-3)

3. 49ers (11-5)

4. Bears (11-5)

5. Cowboys (10-6)

6. Falcons (10-6)

Round 1 NFC Playoffs:

Seahawks & Packers - BYE

Falcons @ 49ers - Falcons

Cowboys @ Bears - Cowboys

Round 2 NFC Playoffs:

Falcons @ Seahawks - Seahawks

Cowboys @ Packers - Packers

NFC Championship:

Packers @ Seahawks - Packers

AFC Playoff Seeds:

1. Broncos (15-1)

2. Patriots (13-3)

3. Ravens (12-4)

4. Steelers (11-5)

5. Colts (10-6)

6. Chiefs (9-7)

Round 1 AFC Playoffs:

Broncos & Patriots - BYE

Chiefs @ Ravens - Ravens

Colts @ Steelers - Steelers

Round 2 AFC Playoffs:

Ravens @ Patriots - Patriots

Steelers @ Broncos - Steelers

AFC Championship:

Steelers @ Patriots - Patriots

Superbowl 50:

Patriots vs. Packers - Patriots

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Regular Season Schedule:

Week 1 vs NO - W

Week 2 @ CIN - W

Week 3 vs TB - W

Week 4 @ MIN - W

Week 5 @ NYG - L

Week 6 vs CHI - W

Week 7 @ BAL - L

Week 8 vs DET - W

Week 9 BYE

Week 10 @ TB - L

Week 11 @ CAR - L

Week 12 vs CLE - W

Week 13 vs ARI - W

Week 14 @ GB - L

Week 15 vs PIT - L

Week 16 @ NO - W

Week 17 vs CAR - W

Pro Bowlers:

Matt Ryan

Julio Jones

Desmond Trufant

Jake Matthews

Player Stats:

Matt Ryan - 4800 YDS / 36 TD / 14 INT / 70% COMP

Steven Jackson - 800 YDS / 9 TD / 4.2 YPC

Devonta Freeman - 700 YDS / 7 TD / 5.8 YPC / 56 REC / 530 REC YDS

Julio Jones - 107 REC / 1745 YDS / 16 TD

Roddy White - 70 REC / 1050 YDS / 9 TD

Sack Leaders:

1. Osi Umenyiora - 11.0

2. Jonathan Massaquoi - 9.5

3. Kroy Biermann - 6.5

4. Stansly Maponga - 6.0

5. Joplo Bartu - 5.5

INT Leaders:

1. Desmond Trufant - 6

2. Robert Alford - 5

3. William Moore - 4

4. Dwight Lowery - 4

5. Paul Worrilow - 3

NFC South Standings:

Falcons (10-6)

Saints (9-7)

Bucs (8-8)

Panthers (6-10)

NFC Playoff Seeds:

1. Seahawks (14-2)

2. Packers (13-3)

3. 49ers (11-5)

4. Bears (11-5)

5. Cowboys (10-6)

6. Falcons (10-6)

Round 1 NFC Playoffs:

Seahawks & Packers - BYE

Falcons @ 49ers - Falcons

Cowboys @ Bears - Cowboys

Round 2 NFC Playoffs:

Falcons @ Seahawks - Seahawks

Cowboys @ Packers - Packers

NFC Championship:

Packers @ Seahawks - Packers

AFC Playoff Seeds:

1. Broncos (15-1)

2. Patriots (13-3)

3. Ravens (12-4)

4. Steelers (11-5)

5. Colts (10-6)

6. Chiefs (9-7)

Round 1 AFC Playoffs:

Broncos & Patriots - BYE

Chiefs @ Ravens - Ravens

Colts @ Steelers - Steelers

Round 2 AFC Playoffs:

Ravens @ Patriots - Patriots

Steelers @ Broncos - Steelers

AFC Championship:

Steelers @ Patriots - Patriots

Superbowl 50:

Patriots vs. Packers - Patriots

Why are people predicting us to lose to the Steelers??? At home

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