Why all the Denver hate? Is it That Fox is in the playoffs his first year there?
Or Timmy T?
If you hate Timmy, is it because of all the hype or that he is a Christian?
I get that people are tired of hearing about it, but I don think he asked for the attention. He didn't bring this on himself.
I like the guy, I hope he succeeds. I just happen to think he isn't an nfl QB. I certainly don't hate him.
First, I'm the first to admit that newton has FAR exceeded what I thought he would do this season.
Secondly, I don't have a good feeling about this game. I woke up Monday with the same feeling I had about the Seattle game last year.
Thirdly, I look forward to seeing an exciting game as the last three panther games I've bee too were boring as hell. I used to go to panther games just to watch steve smith, l look forward to seeing him in top form, although i hope we shut him down...but I doubt we will.
Should be fun.
Why do carolina fans have such a warped view of things....Or are just trolling?
Main article: Falcons–Saints rivalry
The Falcons–Saints rivalry is a divisional rivalry in the NFC South. At 84 games played, the series is by far the oldest and most established rivalry in the division. Born one year apart, the Saints and Falcons were the first two NFL franchises in the Deep South (Washington and Dallas being arguably southern but not in the traditional Deep South). They have shared many of the same players, such as Morten Andersen (the leading scorer in both franchises' histories), Bobby Hebert (who quarterbacked for both teams in the 1990s), and Joe Horn (the Pro Bowl Saints receiver who left for the Falcons in 2007). They have also drawn coaches from the same families, and even shared a head coach: recent Falcons coach Jim L. Mora is the son of longtime Saints coach Jim E. Mora, and former Falcons and Saints coach Wade Phillips is the son of former Saints coach Bum Phillips. Although rarely noted by the national media - no doubt due to both teams' long stretches of futility - games between the Falcons and Saints have riveted their respective regions for more than 40 years. Fans of both teams consider the other their most important and hated opponent.
ESPN.com writer Len Pasquarelli has cited the rivalry as one of the best in all of sports: "Every year, bus caravans loaded with rowdy (and usually very inebriated) fans make the seven-hour trip between the two cities. Unless you've attended a Falcons-Saints debauchery-filled afternoon, you'll just have to take my word for how much fun it really can be."
The all-time series is currently led by Atlanta at 45-39 (44-39 regular season, 1-0 playoffs).