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Not possible to replace a GOAT, but I like what Toilolo (last year's 4th rounder) has shown. 

 

Good point. I hope we get a Kelvin Benjamin or Mike Evans type receiver for Cam in the draft

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 I hope we get a Kelvin Benjamin or Mike Evans type receiver for Cam in the draft

I don't  :devil:

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I don't  :devil:

 

I didn't think you would lol but i think the Falcons will be back next year.....I just believe the Panthers will be better 

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I didn't think you would lol but i think the Falcons will be back next year...

Not with our current OLine we won't. 

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Not with our current OLine we won't. 

 

peter konz might actually be the only nfl lineman i wouldn't trade byron bell for

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peter konz might actually be the only nfl lineman i wouldn't trade byron bell for

I can think of several Falcons OL starters that TD would offer straight up for Bell. 

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I didn't think you would lol but i think the Falcons will be back next year.....I just believe the Panthers will be better 

 

Not until Dimitroff gets shitcanned. Dude has turned into Marty Hurney. Hopefully Arthur Blank keeps him.

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Noodle Arm Test Tube Baby vs Ace Boogie? Gimme Cammy Cam all day, every day.


Even with their pathetic Oline allowing 9 sacks, looks like Ryan was far and above the better QB yesterday, thank his receiver Davis for going in when throw was to out for a free 7 points on a 6 yard pick 6 and a failed snap to seal a tiny 1 point victory over a 4 win team with one of the worst defenses comprised of almost all backups, must inspire a lot of confidence going into Playoffs!

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Even with their pathetic Oline allowing 9 sacks, looks like Ryan was far and above the better QB yesterday, thank his receiver Davis for going in when throw was to out for a free 7 points on a 6 yard pick 6 and a failed snap to seal a tiny 1 point victory over a 4 win team with one of the worst defenses comprised of almost all backups, must inspire a lot of confidence going into Playoffs!


Does the Saints 2-3 record in the last five inspire a lot of confidence?
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Does the Saints 2-3 record in the last five inspire a lot of confidence?


Not really, but dominating the Panthers last week like they did two weeks earlier in a monsoon rain was inspiring, yes they lost the game in final seconds, but Armstead personally killed 5 drives with 2 false start penalties and 4 sacks in first half. The defense played as well as the first meeting or maybe even better, the difference is the sacks and penalties killed 5 drives so only 3 points came out of those drives even though they were moving ball well everytime, Armstead was pretty solid the second half and looked great yesterday. The only thing that has stopped Saints has been pressure allowed by Oline on road and it was all by Brown against Rams, and Armstead the first half last week. So yes, I feel a lot more confident than I did going into last weeks game, yet we still need to play Hawks the following week and that will be a test.

Also, Saints lost their last 3 games in '09, then Breesed to a SB title.

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Not really, but dominating the Panthers last week like they did two weeks earlier in a monsoon rain was inspiring, yes they lost the game in final seconds, but Armstead personally killed 5 drives with 2 false start penalties and 4 sacks in first half. The defense played as well as the first meeting or maybe even better, the difference is the sacks and penalties killed 5 drives so only 3 points came out of those drives even though they were moving ball well everytime, Armstead was pretty solid the second half and looked great yesterday. The only thing that has stopped Saints has been pressure allowed by Oline on road and it was all by Brown against Rams, and Armstead the first half last week. So yes, I feel a lot more confident than I did going into last weeks game, yet we still need to play Hawks the following week and that will be a test.

Also, Saints lost their last 3 games in '09, then Breesed to a SB title.


You are the queen of selective stats and revisionist history.
Does it get sad and lonely in your pathetic delusional world?

Also, you don't need to write a wall of text. I'm pretty sure everyone reads the first line, writes it off as a lame and desperate excuse, roll their eyes and die a little inside.

You truly are a disastrous human turd.

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You are the queen of selective stats and revisionist history.
Does it get sad and lonely in your pathetic delusional world?

Also, you don't need to write a wall of text. I'm pretty sure everyone reads the first line, writes it off as a lame and desperate excuse, roll their eyes and die a little inside.

You truly are a disastrous human turd.

of course going back to 09', he doesnt mention the freebie the saints got from AP's unforced fumble on the hand-off before punching it in for 7.  that woulda been game over.

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