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Ivan The Awesome

So...I found this interesting.

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@billvoth: RT @sportswatch: Of 35 ESPN experts who picked NFC South, 27 had Falcons, 7 had Saints, 1 had Bucs, 0 had Panthers. lolololololololol

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THIS AINT NUTTIN BUT A CP PARTY

THATS ALL!  THATS ALL!

THIS AINT NUTTIN BUT A CP PARTY

THATS ALL!  THATS ALL!

THIS AINT NUTTIN BUT A CP PARTY

THATS ALL!  THATS ALL!

 

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I wouldn't have picked us to win the NFC-S at the start of the season, either.

 

Then our coach went from Walter White to Heisenberg.

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I wouldn't have picked us to win the NFC-S at the start of the season, either.

 

Then our coach went from Walter White to Heisenberg.

 

Me either, but someone pick the bucs so...

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If you had taken a poll in the Huddle in July, it would have probably been

 

Falcons 12-4

Panthers 10-6

Saints  9-7

Bucs  2-14

 

So why give teh ESPN morons a hard time?

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If you had taken a poll in the Huddle in July, it would have probably been

 

Falcons 12-4

Panthers 10-6

Saints  9-7

Bucs  2-14

 

So why give teh ESPN morons a hard time?

 

this is why I don't make predictions. I can look stupid with out them.

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