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I'm rooting to see nothing but empty seats tomorrow where the fans finally send a real statement. I seriously hope the place has 9K people left by half time. Blank is loyal to Quinn for whatever unknown reason. That can and will change very quickly as a businessman if he looking at his balance sheet for game day and so deep in the negative opening the building that he has to react. Rams are struggling so I don't exactly see a whole lot of folks getting on a plane from LA or St. Louis to attend this dumpster fire of a game.

Quinn isn't capable of fixing this mess so any wins at this point does the new coach and likely GM signifiant damage from a draft pick perspective. We don't need another useless 7-9 season like he did last year. 

Personally it would be fitting tomorrow to have Quinn's final game have a score of Rams: 28 Falcons 3 

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Nope!!! Really, really, really, really hoping the Rams offense goes off!! I'm talking about like 5 TD passes from Goff with at least 3 of them going to Cupp. I really wanna finally win some money on daily fantasy!! Also hoping the Falcons offense continues to shine and we get mega games from Julio and Hooper.

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2 minutes ago, Falconsfan567 said:

Nope!!! Really, really, really, really hoping the Rams offense goes off!! I'm talking about like 5 TD passes from Goff with at least 3 of them going to Cupp. I really wanna finally win some money on daily fantasy!! Also hoping the Falcons offense continues to shine and we get mega games from Julio and Hooper.

51-50 Falcons. Goff throws for 7 TD’s all to Kupp. That’d be a good day for you 

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6 hours ago, mjqvi said:

I'm rooting to see nothing but empty seats tomorrow where the fans finally send a real statement. I seriously hope the place has 9K people left by half time. Blank is loyal to Quinn for whatever unknown reason. That can and will change very quickly as a businessman if he looking at his balance sheet for game day and so deep in the negative opening the building that he has to react. Rams are struggling so I don't exactly see a whole lot of folks getting on a plane from LA or St. Louis to attend this dumpster fire of a game.

Quinn isn't capable of fixing this mess so any wins at this point does the new coach and likely GM signifiant damage from a draft pick perspective. We don't need another useless 7-9 season like he did last year. 

Personally it would be fitting tomorrow to have Quinn's final game have a score of Rams: 28 Falcons 3 

Sadly, I agree.  

 

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Nope, Ryan will be lucky to get out of this game unscathed. We may see Schaub.

 

Rant to follow: Is it just me or do NFL players seem to relax a litle after they get paid? Need to move to a pay for play system, based on TEAM ranking, fisnished record, stats, and PERSONAL rankings on stats, rank at positison on the team in the conference and in the league stats, playoff bonus' etc.Some empirical data that ecourages players to not be out for two games with hangnail. Something very mathematical, use past stats as a guildline. Then players like Ryan and Jone make bank and players like Trufant and Freeman would have to work harder to make more than base pay. And these contracts shold start right out of college 500K base 1st 3 years 750K 3-5 they open bidding for base pay only All other pay is based on production. Miss a game you're out 10% of base, PI call costs you 1% of base etc.. Would take a lot of number crunchers but this league is getting too soft all lthe way around. Coaches same thing, GMs same thing. You pick a players turns to be a turd then lose $$, not the fans subsudising a crap team with PSLs highger ST prices and $3 hotdogs. Who is worth more? The players, coaches or the fans? Consequently PSLs should not exist execpt at the club level and ticket prices should move with the free market. Seaons ticket holders buy a 'seat lincese' that really isn't one if you lose it, but still pay for it, if you don't buy ST. That is a joke that was played on the fan. You get the fan base, and empty seats, you created with your marketing shanannigans. Reps stopped call after we lost 4 in a row, they're too embarrassed to ask if you're re-upping $10K for next season. The The City, Stadium, Owners, Players and Fans need a unified, mutually beneficial, contract or the NFL is going bye-bye. Teams like the pats will pack 'em in while the dolphins can't give tickets away. Paid for performace all around Free market ticket sales. The NFL plays by it's own rules financially from it's inception to this day. Is a socialist system in a capitalist country.

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