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A different look at the mighty Falcons

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#31 Falcon4life



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Posted 29 September 2012 - 09:56 PM

Falcons have scored 94 points in 3 games and all the talk locally and nationally is how can Carolina possibly keep up.

Well, lets look at some of those scores....

32 yard TD drive
29 yard TD drive
1 yard TD drive
24 yard FG drive
8 yard FG drive
7 yard TD drive
31 yard FG drive
8 yard FG drive

That is 40 pts in 3 games.....bc the offense was given the ball in their opponents territory. No offense in the NFL has started as many drives on the opponents side of the field.

How do we beat Atl? Simple, they aren't as scary as hyped....opponents have made things easy on Atl. Don't give the offense a short field. Make noodle arm drive the field. Make him use the noodle and make the stone handed WRs go the length of the field.

Team has to show up early.....if they don't Cam will go into desperation mode and play into the biggest factor in the Falcons fast start. Carolina CAN outscore them. But we have to make Atl earn there points.

Hey I noticed you missed out on some drives there bud, I'm pretty sure we've had at least 5 80 yard drives, don't act like we can't do it to the Carolina Kitties

#32 footballhawk



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Posted 29 September 2012 - 09:56 PM

I think Falcons are overrated but you left out a 96 Yard TD drive of a Turnover for Falcons against SD. Secondary and defense better be ready or else it might be a long day even if Offense doesn't turn the ball over to Falcons.

#33 Falcon4life



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Posted 29 September 2012 - 09:58 PM

appreciate the work. lot's of funny little things about their wins. no denying they are good. the WRs are lethal and the QB is just a great game manager....which is about all that is needed. the defense is rather opportunistic, but i see them playing teams from a weak division with QBs who shot themselves in the foot repeatedly. i think they are good, but that record i just don't really see to be sustainable.

this game, though, i have a feeling this game will be won or lost in the first couple possessions and it's one in which home field advantage is going to be one of the biggest factors aside from them playing relatively mistake free ball while we seem to be making a ton of them.

LOL'd pretty hard at the in bold quote seeing as Cam has unloaded an AK clip into his foot this season thus far

#34 Nicks To The Colts

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Posted 29 September 2012 - 10:25 PM

LOL'd pretty hard at the in bold quote seeing as Cam has unloaded an AK clip into his foot this season thus far

what does that have to do with anything. the original statement is still 100% true.

teams that have played the falcons so far have turned the ball over like crazy. is that disputable?

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Posted 29 September 2012 - 11:33 PM

to be honest despite all the reasons brought up, the absolute biggest disadvantage for the panthers this week is playing on the road. when you are a team trying to recover from a bad outing, playing a hot team on the road is the absolute worst. falcons are bringing out throwbacks in this game and the stadium will be amped. the only way carolina can win is with an absolutely dominant offensive performance by cam and the runningbacks. I cant see it happening in the dome

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