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Falcons 40 to 1 to win the Super Bowl. The Browns have better odds than us

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41 minutes ago, MAD597 said:

Ok sorry your nuts

Nuts? I am NOT the first one to come up with these stats and trends, real talk. I've given you enough examples already.

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21 hours ago, slick0ne said:

Self inflicted..don't party with police officers posing as hookers the night before the biggest game of your life...run 3 times and kick the dang on field goal.

^^^^^^

This in a nutshell. I guess Kyle an Eugene drank the same Koolaid.

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22 hours ago, Drew4719 said:

Lol at the saints being tied for second best odds. They are going to fall off a cliff because Brees’ arm is shot.

Brees got hurt in the Dallas game.

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Why do so many get offended even the media doesn't kiss our butts and Vegas doesn't give us good odds? We've done nothing to earn their praise.  Nothing at all. I wish the media would come down harder on this franchise. 

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On 2/4/2019 at 8:55 PM, Jesus said:

ESPN has the Saints over the Texans in the super bowl next year.

That’s why nobody watches espn anymore!

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Falcons named one of five early contenders for Super Bowl LIV

Bleacher Report's Maurice Motion named the five teams who, as of now, look to have a leg up on the rest of the NFL. The first team mentioned on his list are the Falcons, who had an injury-plagued 7-9 campaign in 2018 after putting together back-to-back playoff appearances. Motion mentions those injuries and believes that the pieces the Falcons get back will have a big impact, especially on defense.

For the first time under head coach Dan Quinn, the Atlanta Falcons finished with a sub-.500 record," Motion writes. "Injuries on the defensive side of the ball played a part in the team's struggles. Linebacker Deion Jones (foot) along with safeties Keanu Neal (ACL) and Ricardo Allen (Achilles) missed most of the year. Assuming they return healthy and safety Damontae Kazee flashes as a ball hawk again, this club should field a unit that's much better than 25th in points allowed."

Another reason Motion likes the Falcons next season is the changes to the coaching staff. Quinn, in addition to being head coach, will assume the defensive coordinator role in Atlanta, and Dirk Koetter will take over as offensive coordinator, replacing Steve Sarkisian. In addition to those changes, the Falcons also hired Ben Kotwica as special teams coordinator and Mike Mularkey as tight ends coach.

There is plenty of talent on Atlanta's roster with established superstars like Julio Jones and Matt Ryan, and emerging young talent on both sides of the ball. There are areas for the Falcons to address this offseason, and some hard decisions to make regarding pending free agents, but Motion believes Atlanta has "few glaring holes and enough talent" to be one of the final two teams left standing next February.

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