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 Post subject: Re: Falcons 28 Seahawks 17
 Post Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:42 pm 
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Ryan is a good QB but lets be real here he does have the scrambling ability like RG3 so I think its silly to apply the first qtr today to next weeks game. Second Browner was rusty but he still got it done and now has another week to brush off the cobwebs. I'll admit though having White, Julio, and Gonzales still worries me. Run game doesn't concern me to much. Rodgers could make some plays but Turner is slow and our defense should be able to close in on him. Looking forward to a good game.


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RG3 moved the ball well against your defense until he got hurt. He couldn't throw or run after that and that kind of dictated the game. If the Hawks don't have Clemons, it'll be even easier on Ryan. I don't see rusty Browner hanging with Julio for 60 minutes. Overall, I think our offense should have a good outing against your defense. I'm just worried about Marshawn Lynch. If he gets into our secondary, he is going to have a good chance to score a TD no matter where the Hawks are at on the field. Most of our secondary doesn't like to wrap up, they just love to hit, and Lynch will probably be able to just bounce off of them.

When it comes down to it, I think Mike Nolan will come up with a scheme that forces Wilson into a few rookie mistakes, and the Falcons win the Game 28-17. I'll bookmark this thread just in case we lose, so I can come back and eat crow. But I won't have to. 8)


wow, gee..... we've never ever heard any of this before..... i forgot Wilson is a rookie, seeing how he's got 17 NfL games under his belt..... but ya i'm sure you're team can force him into a few rookie mistakes.... i would eventually like to see this... uugghhh another week of this sh*t.

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Getting so tired of every team we play saying "Our <insert D coordinaters name> will scheme up some stuff that will make Russel Wilson make some mistakes."

Question, of all the D's we've played this season when has Wilson played "Romo-esque"?????


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I think its a bit classless you assholes show up within the hour rather than give us a chance to enjoy our victory.

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I think its a bit classless you assholes show up within the hour rather than give us a chance to enjoy our victory.

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I think its a bit classless you assholes show up within the hour rather than give us a chance to enjoy our victory.

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After we beat them next week will see how fast they come back.

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When it comes down to it, I think Mike Nolan will come up with a scheme that forces Wilson into a few rookie mistakes, and the Falcons win the Game 28-17. I'll bookmark this thread just in case we lose, so I can come back and eat crow. But I won't have to. 8)


That's what everyone else who's played seattle this year thought too. Russell Wilson is no rookie. In his own mind, and in his demeanor and his play on the field, he has already been there, done that. He will be prepared.

If you are expecting Wilson to lose this game for the hawks, you'll be in for a day of disappointment.


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lol that didnt take long for you guys to show your faces.


To be fair they've been waiting all week for something to talk about.

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I think its a bit classless you assholes show up within the hour rather than give us a chance to enjoy our victory.

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Agreed. What is it with this year? all the opposing fans have flooded our forums this year.


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Falcons fans are understandably nervous. Their team has choked in the playoffs the last few years, they are going to play the hottest team in the NFL... this week won't go by fast enough for them.

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I think its a bit classless you assholes show up within the hour rather than give us a chance to enjoy our victory.

:141847_bnono:



Dude is scared so he has to talk smack asap to quell his nerves.

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Torris wrote:

Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Eli Mannings vs Mike Nolan's Schemes:

1 TD, 10 INTs...

It's original because no other fanbase can say their defense stifled 3 SB Champions to that level.



Even Mike Nolan would tell you that facing an elite rushing attack, especially one that can run a zone read option pretty well, forces him to call an honest game and will not let him get crazy with wacky coverages and blitzes. None of the three above teams were that good at running the ball this year, and certainly none of them present the running threat at quarterback that your Falcons will face next Sunday.


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......When it comes down to it, I think Mike Nolan will come up with a scheme that forces Wilson into a few rookie mistakes....

Seriously man? Do you know that Wilson has now thrown 19 TDs and ZERO ints. in the red zone this year? That says it all about him being a rookie.

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You sir are on crack. The Falcons have no Idea what is about to hit them under the chin. But I am a homer.

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I expect another close game with Atlanta. If we can get good pressure on Matt Ryan, he will make mistakes.

While I'm sure Mike Smith is a good coach, how long will they keep him when the Falcons go one and done again?


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Untill you win a playoff game your still soft !


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I honestly have no idea how we stack up against Atlanta. I'll have to watch a bunch of film tomorrow after i close the dojo. Hopefully I don't get too distracted playing Pokemon (which is like the greatest videogame ever made btw).

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When it comes down to it, I think Mike Nolan will come up with a scheme that forces Wilson into a few rookie mistakes, and the Falcons win the Game 28-17. I'll bookmark this thread just in case we lose, so I can come back and eat crow. But I won't have to. 8)


We'll see. Also, create a new thread for eating crow, please. :) IMO, if you guys win, it'll be because Gonzalez had a big day.

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Been dreaming of this matchup against ATL since I saw they were the #1 seed...that pathetic SOS and home crowd you have doesn't scare me for one second.

This game is going to get ugly for Atlanta FAST! They had their starters in against TB last week and got beat...by Freeman and TB! LMAO!

Come on OP.. You guys are weak, and you know it! With our exact schedule, you'd be 9-7 or worse...and to say we're going to lose by 11 is just plain ignorant. We've been within a TD at the end of every loss.

This game will make the other 3 teams left after next week s*** a collective brick when they see what we do to you guys at that pathetic dome you call a home...

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RG3 moved the ball well against your defense until he got hurt. )


Ryan might move the ball well until he gets hurt, too. Let's consider that word... "hurt". I know you don't think WRs arms get shorter as a game goes on. Watch a few of Griffin's misses. In the first qtr, those balls are likely caught. But as the game wears on, "hurt" comes more and more into play. QBs rush their throws and WRs are in no rush to catch them.


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Next week, I expect you to be right where all of the Redskins are right now.. #nowheretobefound

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this guy signed up last week..guess he knew who Atlanta would be playing.


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The Falcons are a dream match up- there's no other way to slice it.

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How many is that now praying for russ to make "a few rookie mistakes"??

you can tell the op is pissing his pants right now. go on the atlanta boards, they panickin.

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Torris wrote:
gtcotcakya wrote:
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When it comes down to it, I think Mike Nolan will come up with a scheme that forces Wilson into a few rookie mistakes

This is not exactly original material. I think something similar's been said by a fan from every team we've played this year. It hasn't happened yet, and I see nothing magical about Atlanta to suggest that's going to change next week. In fact, it kinda feels like you're whistling in the dark...


Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Eli Mannings vs Mike Nolan's Schemes:

1 TD, 10 INTs...

It's original because no other fanbase can say their defense stifled 3 SB Champions to that level.


It's inspiring that your defense did so will against 3 immobile QBs who all hold the titles of best player on their own respective offensive unit.

Sadly for the Falcons, Seattle's QB is NOT immobile. Furthermore, though he may be the best of the rookie QBs, he is not the best player on our offense. That honor belongs to Marshawn Lynch.

I beg your team to spend it's gameplan on shutting down the PASSING game of Russell Wilson. Beastmode will kill you with the run game if Wilson doesn't do it himself with his legs.
Unlike the QBs you mentioned, Russell Wilson is just fine with running for 30 yards if nobody is open and the pocket collapses.

Hope you guys enjoyed your BYE.


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RW > Matty ice


Buahahaha, I didn't even think about that. Plus, it's basically an insult to call Matt Ryan "Matty Ice". He has been to the playoffs multiple times and hasn't won a game. Wilson is the real QB in the league that has ice in his veins.


...Though, the name Matty Ice is catchy.

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Now guys, cut the poor falcons fans some slack.
We just had to wait a gruelling week to watch our team make a statement .. they have to wait TWICE as long to watch our team make another one!


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I do think it will be a close game no matter the result.


I do think the Seahawks have to get off to a better start. I still prefer to defer the opening coin toss but the defense needs to get into the killer mode from minute one. :th2thumbs:


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I think its a bit classless you assholes show up within the hour rather than give us a chance to enjoy our victory.

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true, but they've had to sit all week excited about a playoff game and only now do they know who they're playing, i'll cut him some slack for being overexcited


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Guess we'll have to see how the bye affects the Falcons. Double-edged sword really.

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Buahahaha, I didn't even think about that. Plus, it's basically an insult to call Matt Ryan "Matty Ice". He has been to the playoffs multiple times and hasn't won a game. Wilson is the real QB in the league that has ice in his veins.


...Though, the name Matty Ice is catchy.


that, and natural ice is disgusting.

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