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Think We Have A Chance To Win The Nfc South?

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I just saw this article where this guy said the Falcons probably won't be able to get to ten wins this season. That looks good for us.

Do you think we could win the NFC South this year? Check out the guy's opinion on Atlanta and tell me what you think:

http://derpderpderp.derp.org.biz

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Yes, but....

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Odds that you wrote that article.....better than 95%

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Statistically speaking we have a 25% chance to do so

But I honeslty think we will compete hard if not win the Division.

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competitive but being just edged out of the playoff race is what i expect for next season.

i think this team is moving in the right direction but we haven't quite arrived yet.

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This guy huh. The guy with 1 post?

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This guy huh. The guy with 1 post?

You mean the guy who wrote dat article?

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I think the division is definitely in play this year. Tweaks on D and ST makes us much more formidable.

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Did not read. I think we get 10-11 wins this year with our schedule. Whether that wins the division or not, I have no clue.. but I think we make the playoffs.

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We havent beaten Atl in several years and NO will be fine. Doubt we win but hope like hell we surprise and do.

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