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Along the Sidelines - Falcons Edition

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Tony Gonzalez wouldve done that to Patrick Willis and Ray Lewis. Get your head outta your ass.

 

 

There is no need for that language. And how do you know, they weren't out there to make it. Just stop, it's not a big deal.

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The picture telling of the game never gets old. Zod I'm glad this is something you decided to start.

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Luke isn't the best. He's close but he just isn't there yet. The Tony TD showed that.

 

 

Great photo's, you take nice action shots.

 

Who's better?

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Love these two shots...

 

panthers-falcons-13.jpg

 

Yeah, if I saw Luke coming at me with that face, I'd be calling for my brown pants :blink:

 

 


panthers-falcons-7.jpg

 

And this...Oh so captionable :lol:

 

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The picture telling of the game never gets old. Zod I'm glad this is something you decided to start.

 

"I'm a kid at heart.  Cammy Cam loves the kids. " - Cam Newton

 

panthers-falcons-3.jpg

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One of these days Zods flash will cause a game winning drop in the endzone.

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I want to sex you up! Tick tick ya don't stop-stop to tha tick tick ya don't stop-stop.

 

Ugh!  Thanks for putting that craptastic song in my head :(

 

 

If Luke really is the absolute best in the league, he shouldn't have needed help on that play.

 

It's not a big deal. Luke is still an amazing player for squad and we're lucky to have him.

 

Speaking as someone who's been watching the game since the days of Jack Lambert, I can tell you that even the best defenders sometimes need help, miss tackles, get run over, get laid out by blockers, get beaten on plays, etc.

 

Forty plus years of watching, and I've yet to see a perfect player on either side of the ball.

 

If your whole argument is "he needed help on a play" I'd say you need to watch more non-Panther games to get some perspective.

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They showed a shot of the Owner Arthur Blank standing near the endzone at the end of the game. He kind of puffs his mouth and blows air out his pursed lips. I was like "that's a .gif"!

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Lucky to have Zod.

 

Very talented.

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Ugh! Thanks for putting that craptastic song in my head :(

You are oh, so, welcome. Here's another you may enjoy...

(A-wheembowhea a-wheembowhea, awheemboweah, awheembowhea)

In the Jungle, the mighty jungle the lion sleeps toniiiiiigggghhhttt.

In the jungle the mighty jungle the lion sleeps toniiiiiggggghhhhtttt.

Oh, WEEEEEEEEEEEEE. OOOOOOOOO. WEEEEEEEE. OOOOOOOOOHHHH A WHEEOOOHH OHHMMBOWHEA!

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