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San Fran going to win the Super Bowl?

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TruCatzFan    592

Falcons are partying like they just won the superbowl. The clubs are free all night down there. LOL

Clubs are open on a Sunday night? Must be a bigger poo hole than I originally thought

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ARSEN    9,663

Falcons will. Three years ago, the sorry Panthers team was the last team to beat Super Bowl champs... aka Saints. This years Panthers is a last team to beat the Falcons. If history does repeat it self, then Falcons will win Super Bowl.

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KJ89    3,399

Kap will be in Super Bowl.

Problem is, so will Brady

No. He won't win.

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SZ James (banned)    5,196

Falcons will. Three years ago, the sorry Panthers team was the last team to beat Super Bowl champs... aka Saints. This years Panthers is a last team to beat the Falcons. If history does repeat it self, then Falcons will win Super Bowl.

uh they lost to tampa last game of the season

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Catalyst    612

Rooting interests for potential matchups for me:

Ravens > 49ers

49ers > Patriots

Ravens > Falcons

Falcons > Patriots... as much as I hate to say that.

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Fan01    552

It's interesting to see teams successfully running plays and formations many said were gimmicky college offenses that would never work in the NFL.

It's why it's fun to watch the college games, especially the later games in the west.

I think the thing that makes these types of offenses work in the NFL is the power running game. Look at both San Fran and Seattle and their running games. When you have to concentrate that much on running backs like Beast Mode and and Gore that QB options run is killer.

I want to see San Fran vs. Team Brady.

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