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Hardy: Panthers are better team than Falcons

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BlanksKarma is the Falcons equivalent of our worst homers.

I'm a homer because I think an 11-1 team is better than a 3-9 team?!? Do you realize how 'homerish' that statement makes you look?

Do you guys ever post any objective thoughts on here?

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I'm a homer because I think an 11-1 team is better than a 3-9 team?!? Do you realize how 'homerish' that statement makes you look?

Do you guys ever post any objective thoughts on here?

LAWD, where did I say that?

You know damn well I'm speaking of your overall posting here lol.

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Gantt's PFT piece on this ridiculed Hardy like he was an idiot.

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I bet Hardy has more crucial penalties this Sunday than sacks.

Man acts retarded on and off the field.

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Of course the Panthers are better, Ryan Kalil said we were going to the Superbowl afterall!!!!

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And if we win this thread will get bumped to the moon.

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And if we win this thread will get bumped to the moon.

If we win the Falcons still go to the playoffs and we still have a top 3 pick...who is kidding who here?

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Yes! I was afraid the Falcons would sleep on this game and we would win and mess up our draft position. Not anymore!

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