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16 minutes ago, Lowndesfalc said:

I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s to the “must win” stage but make no mistake. It’s very important for both teams as both have underperformed and both looking to rebound. If Mariota falters then we could see Tannehill. We still should easily win this game if our, ahem “talent” shows up. 

Well how many times do we as Falcons fans say we should win this game no problem. Then once the game is over we are left wondering what all went wrong. 

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18 minutes ago, high impact said:

Well how many times do we as Falcons fans say we should win this game no problem. Then once the game is over we are left wondering what all went wrong. 

Sometimes I use an old saying. “If it costs a dime to go around the world, then I couldn’t get outta sight.”  To turn it around, “If I had a dime every time the Falcons disappointed, I could afford to go around the world!!!” :lol:

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49 minutes ago, SkerFalcon8710 said:

Titans looked at our AFC record and will be banished from the NFL if they lose to the 2000s Cleveland Browns of the NFC 

We were never the browns of the nfc in the 2000’s. I think that belonged to either the lions or cardinals. We were a playoff contender in the 2000’s. Including a NFCG appearance against Philly. The years we missed either Vick was hurt or the dog thing happened. 

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43 minutes ago, Lowndesfalc said:

I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s to the “must win” stage but make no mistake. It’s very important for both teams as both have underperformed and both looking to rebound. If Mariota falters then we could see Tannehill. We still should easily win this game if our, ahem “talent” shows up. 

No game is an easy win in the nfl. Especially when you go into a game thinking that way. 

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13 minutes ago, TheFatboi said:

We were never the browns of the nfc in the 2000’s. I think that belonged to either the lions or cardinals. We were a playoff contender in the 2000’s. Including a NFCG appearance against Philly. The years we missed either Vick was hurt or the dog thing happened. 

I think he’s saying we’re currently comparable to the Browns of 2000s

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1 hour ago, TheFatboi said:

We were never the browns of the nfc in the 2000’s. I think that belonged to either the lions or cardinals. We were a playoff contender in the 2000’s. Including a NFCG appearance against Philly. The years we missed either Vick was hurt or the dog thing happened. 

Im saying we are currently the 2000-10’s browns when playing the AFC. Not that we were the browns in the 2000s 

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1 hour ago, Lowndesfalc said:

Sometimes I use an old saying. “If it costs a dime to go around the world, then I couldn’t get outta sight.”  To turn it around, “If I had a dime every time the Falcons disappointed, I could afford to go around the world!!!” :lol:

Reads like your too broke to come up with a tiny fraction of.a.dime

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They know if they can't beat us the way we are playing,, They must have a terrible team... 

If TD don't make some bold moves,,  We will be out of it sooner rather than latter...

Let me say that in another way,,,  WE need to go back to the O# we've always won with,, If they don't get our O# clicking,,, It's over.

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13 hours ago, Faithful Falcon said:

Also if you do know how to identify a team's weakness and attack it. Football is 99% mental. That's the real reason the Patriots are a dynasty.

Having a HOF kicker early on and a HOF QB later played a huge part.Theres more than one reason they are a dynasty. Playing in the worst division in football helps too.

When Mark Sanchez is the only other QB to win a playoff game from that division in the Belichick era, it should tell you something. Brady is the only bonafide franchise QB to play in that division this millennium.

 

The NFC South has three different QBs win MVP and lead their teams to the SB in that time. The NFC East has two teams that have won SBs, just as the AFC North Ravens who have 2 in 21 years and Steelers have won a SB. The NFC north sent the Bears and Packers to the SB since the Pats dynasty existed; the NFC West has sent three different teams to the SB during this era as well. 

Outside the AFC south I can’t think of a less competitive division since Brady and Belichick connected.

 

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