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If the Saints clinch the #1 seed in the NFC just like they did in 2009, the Falcons must get the last wildcard spot, win our first playoff game on the road, then we have to go into New Orleans in a dangerous rivalry game and knock them off. We'd be the only threat because we are built to compete with the Saints anywhere unlike many other teams across in the NFL. If we don't make the playoffs with the Saints having the top seed, they are in the Super Bowl in Atlanta no matter what. If the Rams take the top seed then the Saints can be knocked off, because the Saints are historically a horrible road playoff team. 

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4 minutes ago, mqg96 said:

If the Saints clinch the #1 seed in the NFC just like they did in 2009, the Falcons must get the last wildcard spot, win our first playoff game on the road, then we have to go into New Orleans in a dangerous rivalry game and knock them off. We'd be the only threat because we are built to compete with the Saints anywhere unlike many other teams across in the NFL. If we don't make the playoffs with the Saints having the top seed, they are in the Super Bowl in Atlanta no matter what. If the Rams take the top seed then the Saints can be knocked off, because the Saints are historically a horrible road playoff team. 

lol. Seriously? Playoffs? 

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11 minutes ago, mqg96 said:

If the Saints clinch the #1 seed in the NFC just like they did in 2009, the Falcons must get the last wildcard spot, win our first playoff game on the road, then we have to go into New Orleans in a dangerous rivalry game and knock them off. We'd be the only threat because we are built to compete with the Saints anywhere unlike many other teams across in the NFL. If we don't make the playoffs with the Saints having the top seed, they are in the Super Bowl in Atlanta no matter what. If the Rams take the top seed then the Saints can be knocked off, because the Saints are historically a horrible road playoff team. 

I'm sorry, but did you see how much they put up on the road today? They also beat a good Ravens team on the road. It's true that they use to be a not so good road team, but that stuff don't apply anymore. 

And you don't need to worry about if the Falcons are gonna make the playoffs or not, I tell you a little secret, its over for the Falcons.

 

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