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Oui? as in Yes in french?

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Seattle actually has the team to beat Atlanta. Their defensive strength is in the secondary which can negate Atlanta passing attack. The issue will be Seattle's offense against Atlanta's defense. Atlanta should have good familiarity with Seattle given their head coach.

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1 hour ago, RoaringRiot said:

Hate to say it but they're pretty good.

Well, don't say it.

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Offensively they are damn good.

Defensively... This is the same team that lost to the Chargers at home. The same Chargers team that surrendered a victory to the at the time historically winless Cleveland Browns.

If the Falcons aren't careful, the Seahawks will flat out take their lunch money, and another run at the Super Bowl.

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I'm fuging terrified they're gonna win the Super Bowl

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8 hours ago, tiger7_88 said:

On offense.

They're good enough on D too.

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11 hours ago, TheRed said:

Offensively they are damn good.

Defensively... This is the same team that lost to the Chargers at home. The same Chargers team that surrendered a victory to the at the time historically winless Cleveland Browns.

If the Falcons aren't careful, the Seahawks will flat out take their lunch money, and another run at the Super Bowl.

They're not terrible on D. They can get pressure on the QB and we all know Seattle's Oline isn't very good. Not to mention they already won in Seattle and now Thomas is out. I think ATL wins this one. (Just puked typing that). 

But you're right they're not a perfect team - no one outside of NE is complete IMO (maybe KC). The Chargers loss was a bad one, but the Chargers can score and the ATL coach made some questionable calls at the end there. The Chargers lost to the Browns in week 16 when everyone had packed it up - not sure I would "count" that too much.

Edit: yes I fuged up - ATL lost in Seattle. 

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1 hour ago, RoaringRiot said:

They're not terrible on D. They can get pressure on the QB and we all know Seattle's Oline isn't very good. Not to mention they already won in Seattle and now Thomas is out. I think ATL wins this one. (Just puked typing that). 

But you're right they're not a perfect team - no one outside of NE is complete IMO (maybe KC). The Chargers loss was a bad one, but the Chargers can score and the ATL coach made some questionable calls at the end there. The Chargers lost to the Browns in week 16 when everyone had packed it up - not sure I would "count" that too much.

They lost in Seattle this year. Although Richard Sherman blatantly holding Julio down by the arm at the end of the game probably prevented them from being able to kick a fg to win.

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20 minutes ago, Cj72 said:

They lost in Seattle this year. Although Richard Sherman blatantly holding Julio down by the arm at the end of the game probably prevented them from being able to kick a fg to win.

Sorry, you're right. I was thinking they "should have" won. That was a 5a mistake. 

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I think Atlanta will win this weekend, then lose to Green Bay (hopefully) the next.  

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