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Seattle Seahawks vs Atlanta Falcons Gameday Thread

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intense game. sea better get a drive and puts some points on the board or this could spiral out

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Could've had him...we chose Brandon Hogan :(

That make me sad.

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Man, you would think once they grabbed Lynch's legs that he would've put both hands on the ball. Hopefully they get a score here and shut that crowd up.

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isn't even going to be a game.

Because coming back from 10 points is impossible, right? Obviously, you haven't watched much football.

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Falcons gonna win this game by 2 TDs.

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Wilson's release/trajectory is amazing considering his size.

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I dont know. J-stew can't seem to stay healthy and has never had a year like Lynch has every year. You're sounding like a Panthers fan here dude lol. I like J Stew but Lynch is a better back

LMAO you may be right. But only thing about jstew is if he has a big game he gets winded real easy have you ever notice that?

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