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Matt Ryan knows who's boss

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They both went to Boston College

 

dont see the big deal

 

 

I concur. They're both former Boston College standouts and have shrines dedicated to them on-campus. Ryan saw first-hand how talented Kuechly was on the field this year too. They have genuine respect for each other as a result. No biggie.

 

 

Because we are Panthers fans and it is fun to make fun of opposing NFCS QB's. And because Matt Ryan is a bitch.

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So can we officially drop C.J with falcons fitted

No! :)

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So can we officially drop C.J with falcons fitted

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he looks like a character off of Suburgatory

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As B.C. Comrades, it's a possibity that they exchanged autographed jerseys. Lets hope that if this did happen, Luke has the sense not to be photographed with his.

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I posted to the Fagclowns board just to be an ass

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Showing love to his BC Alum...you guys find entertainment in anything. We find entertainment in knowing you pussycats have only beat us twice in four years! lol

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Any time a Falcons' fan shows up here, this should be their default avatar.

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Any time a Falcons' fan shows up here, this should be their default avatar.

 

I wouldn't care if it was as long as you pussy cats remain beneath us. You can win the forum trash talk, we'll take the games.

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Aw, how cute. A Falcons' fan talking trash. How adorable.

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