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 Post subject: Re: Jets at Falcons
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Shoulda used a TO at 60 secs.


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Atlanta should know all about this... :D


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Makes me happy seeing ATL go to 1-4 losing on a drive that went down the field against them for a FG.


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Can't say I'm too upset about how that game ended.

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 Post subject: Re: Jets at Falcons
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Hmmm. I woulda' ran another play.

Never mind...I was behind a couple plays (paused).

Great win for the Jets. Screw Atlanta.


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Got to hand it to Geno. That was unbelievably clutch.


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Is it wrong that I got special satisfaction seeing the game end that way?
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That was a great drive by Geno Smith


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Falcons in full dive now.


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Falcons in full dive now.


Yeah, they're screwed. With the Saints playing the way they are, the Falcons can kiss this season goodbye.

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the right team won. Geno Smith is getting better every week.

And Make Smith is g_o_n_e gone gone gone


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That was a fun game.

Saints imo have officially made the playoffs and won the NFC South on October 7th. And no i don't think its premature to think that.


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That was a fun game.

Saints imo have officially made the playoffs and won the NFC South on October 7th. And no i don't think its premature to think that.


Barring injury, you're absolutely correct. N.O's schedule isn't exactly murderous. No way does Atl make these games up.

We should give them Ware for 11 games of Gonzalez.


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I don't know why but I was rooting for the falcons. I have always kind of liked that team. I think Matt Ryan deserves a SB year, just not until after we have one or two.


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Don't like Atl, not a particular fan of the Jets either, kind of funny to see the Falcons lose in such a way though.

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well we've seen that scenario a time or two. safe to say falcons won't be in the mix playing like this, they're going to have to win in shootouts.. good luck with that.

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 Post subject: Re: Jets at Falcons
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Saints look legit, elite NFC team, Falcons average, Panthers are really inconsistent with a lot of potential, Bucs are in free fall and about to replace the head coach and possibly the front office. At least the NFC south isn't as hot garbage as the NFC least.

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Falcons have a good coach, but they need a better coach to take them to the next level. Same could be said for lots of teams, though ... To win a SB, lots of things need to go your way: The draft, the players, the coaches, the schedules, the injuries ... and of course the stars need to align right.

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Is it wrong that I got special satisfaction seeing the game end that way?
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Same exact score too (30-28)

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Maybe. More likely, Geno is kind of a wench. (Radish lets me say wench instead of...)


Now it all makes sense. I had no idea why you used that term. I just figured you were either terribly sexist or hated women. :)


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So my question is...are the Jets actually a threat? Or Atlanta that pathetic? I expected 11-5 but no way they go 10-1 here on out. They're far more banged up than us.

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So my question is...are the Jets actually a threat? Or Atlanta that pathetic? I expected 11-5 but no way they go 10-1 here on out. They're far more banged up than us.


The Falcons look like the 2006 Seahawks without the Super Bowl loss the year before. No running identity and no toughness. I'm already chalking up the 10AM game as a win for Seattle. Which would make them 3-1 in 10AM starts this year. :)

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Jets are pretty good. They had a biblical string of injuries last year. If the same number of injuries occurred to our Seahawks we'd have a memorial, on par with the holocaust one, so we could all "solemnly reflect on the lost season". They had 1990's Seahawks type injuries (ie everyone rushing for IR).

Geno matches that squad perfectly. If you have a defense that good, you can afford to have a big-armed AND somewhat elementary QB play. The Bears did that in 2007, same thing. The only difference is Scotte LOVED Rex but gets creeped out by Geno's "on the DL androgynous" gimmick. I find it arousing, but that's neither here nor there.

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 Post subject: Re: Jets at Falcons
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Rex Ryan's defense is pretty nice. Did not see them winning in ATL but the Falcons need a running game bad. I figured Jackson would have some dings since he would get dinged up in St Louis but I didn't see him getting sidelined in the 1st quarter of the 1st game. Rodgers did fine on the outside runs but the Jets knew the Falcons couldn't punch it in up the gut.

Not sure whether Rex survives or not with Idzik, but he is making a case for the Jets extending him if things remain the same. The game was very entertaining. Great 1-hand catch by Julio.

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 Post subject: Re: Jets at Falcons
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I thought Ron Winters might be calling that game when I saw Julio get called for PI. That was bullshit. As was the mugging DRC got away with all night. I don't mind a lot of hand check, but DRC was grabbing a fistful of jersey all night and getting away with it.

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Scottemojo wrote:
I thought Ron Winters might be calling that game when I saw Julio get called for PI. That was bullshit. As was the mugging DRC got away with all night. I don't mind a lot of hand check, but DRC was grabbing a fistful of jersey all night and getting away with it.


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