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Giants are gonna smack some Falcon ass!

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Its halftime and this has not happened

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I don't think ATL is over rated. I mean you are 11-2 in the NFL which isn't easy to do. I just think your run game sucks and your defense is a little soft. Turner is just a fat north/south guy now. Your pass rush is pretty piss poor. Who knows how the cookie crumbles, but the Falcons certainly don't seem like a team destined for the Super Bowl.

Or maybe they are, what do I know?

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Welp

How the fug did we beat these guys?

The Krakken changed the attitude of our team.

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Falcons suck. Lost to a 4-9 team the giants are on a skid.

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I guess after the Panthers made the failcons look like bumbling idiots the giants took them for granted. Youre welcome.

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Falcons destroy Giants...Giants destroy Panthers...Panthers destroy Falcons....its a vicious cycle.

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I guess it's safe to call this a fail thread. Congrats OP, I'm sure some original 'one-and -done' threads are on the horizon.

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