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  1. oh okay. i honestly dont follow them too closely. just know they've been playing pretty well the past few weeks, much like the Saints. trust me, i'll be glad to be wrong. means we'll have a more comfortable lead in the division
  2. 28-3 Megathread

    Bruh you have failed as a parent. Lol. Why did you let your kids choose other teams?
  3. LAWD I hope so. That’ll be hilarious
  4. Hopefully the formatting doesn’t go all wonky... Had a thought occur to me while I was looking at who our division rivals play over the next few weeks. The Saints don’t have very many games where they won’t be favored. Take a look (wins in green): CAR NO ATL TB Week 7: @CHI @GB @NE @BUF Week 8: @TB vsCHI @NYJ vsCAR Week 9: vsATL vsTB @CAR @NO Week 10: vsMIA @BUF vsDAL vsNYJ Week 11: Bye vsWAS @SEA @MIA Week 12: @NYJ @LAR vsTB @ATL Week 13: @NO vsCAR vsMIN @GB Week 14: vsMIN @ATL vsNO vsDET Week 15: vsGB vsNYJ @TB vsATL Week 16: vsTB vsATL @NO @CAR Week 17: @ATL @TB vsCAR vsNO Record: 12-4 10-6 7-9 6-10 obviously anything can happen any week. Any one of these games could go the opposite direction. Notice that if things play out like I predict them, the Saints will be within striking distance of us, especially if they can keep us from winning in the Dome. That game is VERY important. I based the wins and losses on how the teams are playing right now. If someone collapses or catches fire, this could change drastically. Regardless, ATL looks primed for a Panthers2016-type collapse and the Saints are playing really well at the moment. The Panthers have their work cut out for them if they intend on recapturing the division crown this year.
  5. REPORT NFL to look into why no Cam presser today

    That’s a great explanation, actually. Thank you!
  6. REPORT NFL to look into why no Cam presser today

    Not to make a statement for or against, but does the same rationale apply to players kneeling in protest during the anthem? *pulls pin, throws, runs*
  7. well notice i didnt say we should just sit him to get better chemistry with 3rds and 4ths. i was saying i wouldnt complain if Benji legit needed to take a week off for medical reasons, because maybe then Cam would start seeing his other wide open receivers lol
  8. Greenville/Spartanburg Panther Fans

    i live in the Upstate and will be attending both games. probably will have a full car for the Atlanta game but youre welcome to ride with me for Miami. I may have a ticket for you for the Miami game as well. PM for details.
  9. Am i the only one that would be somewhat okay with it if Benji had to rest a game? Not that he isnt stellar and making clutch catches, but Cam is completely missing Shepard play after play and the guy IS getting open. the Saints game stands out most to me. Shepard was open on key plays that would have made that game much more winnable and Cam completely ignored him in favor of dialing in on Funch and Benji. Please dont flame or poo on me. i know Benji is great and our offense may suffer some without him. But im also confident in Cam's ability to spread it around when a playmaker cant go (2015 with Benji). Just throwing something out there for discussion purposes
  10. Lions claim Brad Kaaya

    Bahahahahaha next GM....
  11. Rosenthal with GOLD

    We aren’t tied for the division lead... we have a very real .5 game lead on them
  12. Rosenthal with GOLD

    This is is an excerpt from his article “Six narratives that fell apart in Week 6” “1) The Falcons have put the Super Bowl loss behind them On some cosmic level, it seems obvious that the players and coaches associated with the Super Bowl LI collapse will never fully get over what happened in Houston. The bigger concern is that the scars haven't even formed yet for this Falcons team. Giving up leads is in this team's DNA. Before Sunday's unthinkable letdown against Miami, the Falcons lost a home halftime lead against Buffalo in Week 4. They allowed the Lions to come back from 17-6 to force a tie before holding on to beat Detroit in Week 3. The Bearswere a drop away from completing a 10-point comeback against Atlanta in the final eight minutes in Week 1. The Falcons have been outscored 72-40 in the second halves of games this season. The trend was established last season, when the Falcons gave up four fourth-quarter leads, including in a home game against the Chargers that they led at one point by 17. This Falcons team has been less than the sum of its parts. Its offensive-drive stats are excellent on paper, but the defense can't get off the field. (Atlanta had only four offensive drives in the second half Sunday.) So many of the same elements from the Super Bowl loss were present against Miami. The defense gave up a fourth-down conversion where a stop could have all but ended the game. The offense had three-and-outs. A holding call and an ill-timed sack took them out of field-goal range, punctuating a scoreless dry spell in the fourth quarter. The pass rush faded late. Bad luck on a deflected pass made a big difference. The Falcons have a chance to exorcise some demons this Sunday night against a Patriotsdefense that can make any quarterback resemble his ideal self. Or they could re-live their nightmare again, with motivational slogans proving helpless against the reality of what keeps happening on the field.” http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000862517/article/the-debrief-week-6-six-narratives-that-were-busted #FalconsGonnaFalcon Has anyone mentioned that Atlanta blew a 25 point lead in the Super Bowl?
  13. Bears Extend Fox for Five Years

    That’s true. I should have known better
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