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#76 #1 pick

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:52 PM

This Atlanta fan probably owns a bunch of #7 jerseys. Atlanta fans are much easier to tolerate these days at the stadium than during the Vick era.

I love how Cam is playing lately.

I will feel much better about him after he leads a 2:00 drive to win a game. It seems to me that he plays best when the pressure is less. The high throws seem to come at the worst times. Some guys get better in crunch time. Cam isn't one of them...yet. He also needs to quit carrying the ball so loose when he runs.

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I don't even want Vick in Atlanta. It's all about getting a QB more competent than Hasslebeck, Aikman, or Chad Pennington.


Atlanta fans are much easier to tolerate these days at the stadium than during the Vick era.


Just like a good ole boy to come to a foolish conclusion. This much vitrol in your post. I wouldn't be suprise your dad raised you on backwards logic. Posted Image

I've been lurking this site, KT, you are one of the realist posters on the internet. Keep doing what you do. Same to Zod, tee-ray, and panthersgirl. Not a fan of the team but I do like this board.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 07:37 PM

Go Falcons and you better cheer for us in the playoffs.


Not likely. On the plus side though, if we did we wouldn't have to do so for very long.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 07:46 PM

Just like a good ole boy to come to a foolish conclusion. This much vitrol in your post. I wouldn't be suprise your dad raised you on backwards logic. Posted Image



Its not a "foolish conclusion". It's an opinion.

I have been a Panther season ticket holder since day 1. Been to a few games in Atlanta as well. The fan base is different now than it was. There were many Atlanta fans that were Vick fans first, Falcons fans second. They don't travel to Charlotte anymore.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 07:49 PM

Like the Colts?


the colts do in fact have a stable, competent coaching staff in place and are also a much better organization in general with a better owner. what of it?

yeah the entire organization is playing its ass off for one guy who is facing a life threatening situation and they're a complete united front but that should be discounted because they have an "interim head coach" is what you're trying to say i suppose.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 08:04 PM

the colts do in fact have a stable, competent coaching staff in place and are also a much better organization in general with a better owner. what of it?

yeah the entire organization is playing its ass off for one guy who is facing a life threatening situation and they're a complete united front but that should be discounted because they have an "interim head coach" is what you're trying to say i suppose.


Calm down. The Colts were a stable organization. Then Manning got hurt. Then the organization became fractured over whether or not to keep Manning. The owner and the GM started bickering. Then the GM, the guy who built the whole thing, was sent packing. So they have a new GM, who hired a coach with no experience, and then that coach got sick, and yet Luck still has them on track for the playoffs because he has led an NFL rookie record six game-winning drives.

It's unfair to call the Colts a stable organization. They are where they are because of Luck.

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 01:44 PM

Calm down. The Colts were a stable organization. Then Manning got hurt. Then the organization became fractured over whether or not to keep Manning. The owner and the GM started bickering. Then the GM, the guy who built the whole thing, was sent packing. So they have a new GM, who hired a coach with no experience, and then that coach got sick, and yet Luck still has them on track for the playoffs because he has led an NFL rookie record six game-winning drives.

It's unfair to call the Colts a stable organization. They are where they are because of Luck.

Peyton would be back in Indy if they had the #1 pick this year and not last.

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 02:08 PM

It's unfair to call the Colts a stable organization. They are where they are because of Luck.


Luck has been racking up INT's, to the tune of 18. He is tied with Drew Brees for #1 in the NFL actually. Yet the Colts still have 9 wins. No he totally isn't surrounded by an underrated supporting cast, it's all him lol.


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