I see it's obvious you're trolling me as you have followed me around on my last several posts, so this will be my last response to you.
The Falcons have won 4 of 5, which you conveniently omitted as you did with our shut-out of the Giants.
The Seahawks dropped 50 on the Cards and Bills, hardly the upper echelon of the NFL. Their 5 wins were against the Vikings, Jets, Bears and the two teams previously mentioned, while losing to the Dolphins. Color me unimpressed.
I would love getting Seattle in the divisional round, I think Atlanta matches-up very well against them. The only team that worries me is Green Bay, AR can light anyone up in a dome and Atlanta might not be able to keep pace.
Because I don't agree that the falcons are going to win the Super Bowl, and have poked holes in your logic, that means I'm trolling you? I guess you'll have to take your ball and go home then.
Seriously though, beating two teams that are still in the playoff hunt in the bears and Vikings is less impressive than beating the bucs and splitting with the saints (neither who will make the playoffs?) That cardinals team, btw sure did give Matthew Ice a lot of trouble in that game.
And how do you figure you match up well with them? They have the best secondary in football, a good pass rush and their weakness on D is defending the run, something the falcons are not good at. Their offensive strength is their running game w marshawn lynch and russell wilson is adept at extending the play and running if he needs to. The falcons defense struggled with some team's offense recently that operated like that but i can't put my finger on it...
Welp. At least they finally defined what a "True Panther Fan" is.
A bunch of sour grapes assholes who play from the position of hindsight.
They complain about Marty Hurney, the guy who has already been fired and helped create a roster that was very competitive for several years including a Super Bowl appearance a couple of divisional championships, and a couple of NFC championship games. Oh and who had the balls to draft Cam Newton in the face of many doubters.
This is a guy who hired John Fox and Fox's tenure we had a .513 win % including going 5-3 in the playoffs. That win percentage would have been higher if the same type people that wrote this letter didn't bitch and moan until Fox had to fire a good OC in Dan Henning to hire a shitty OC in Jeff Davidson (this move in my opinion was the death nail in Fox's coffin)
Hurney has had plenty of missteps and we can go around and around about that. But he wasn't a terrible GM and had a lot of homeruns to go along with some strikeouts.
But what are they complaining about, he was fired. Do they want JR to hire him back so he can fire him again?
I love how they single out Robert Kraft as a model for winning. Good to know that all we have to do is find perhaps the best QB ever to play football and play in the AFC East against the worst collection of QBs in the NFL. That might be hard to swing.
It's just a case of hindsight being 20/20. They are now ripping JR for hiring Hurney and Fox in the first place due to their inexperience, even though the move worked pretty brilliantly for the better parts of 2002-2008. Their supposed argument is that JR should have hired a head coach who had experience and is proven elsewhere, but oh wait, you shouldn't hire McDermott or Chud since they were fired from their other jobs.
Basically that means the only coach that would have fit their criteria is Cowher. And they conveniently fail to mention that JR did try this with George Seifert and we all know how that worked out.
If Jerry responds, he will say that he wrote the checks to keep CJ, Deangelo, Stewart, Godfrey, Beason, Anderson, Kalil, etc.
FWIW, the thought of JR reading a longer version of a huddle post is hilarious. I would love to see the look on his face if he were to get mailed a letter which had one of PFFL's wall of text about YPP, interception % or some other measure of explaining why Cam is the team's problem.
serious question...does 3rd Round vs #1 and #2 come into play at all?
Wilson also became the first rookie QB to have a 125+ rating for three weeks in a row.
The only thing Russell has against him is that his team's defense is leaps and bounds better than either the Colts or the Redskins. RG3's numbers are even more incredible when you consider the godawful receiving corp. that he has at his disposal. At the same time, he has had a much better running game (although that he is something that he effects too due to their style of offense).
i think it's funny/sad that members here would go looking at other members profile info, join dates, and post counts. going to another team's fan forum and looking for members from here and their profile stuff on that site...i don't know, is that stalking?
My guess is that the OP is yet another alt account for another member who has been banned several times...
Dropped ints? Getting gashed? We're still a 3-8 team. Nobody said we were good. Defense kept us in the game while the offense forgot how to score. The Eagles had to help Cam Newton get that fourth quarter comeback.
The defense was playing against a team that put up a whopping 3 points against the redskins last week (31st in passing defense), and was further in the hole without McCoy and then desean Jackson in the first quarter. And they should get a gold star for "holding them" to 22. And the offense who scored 30 was the problem? Delusions are high around here.