7:53 am November 27, 2012, by D. Orlando Ledbetter
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November 27th, 20127:54 am
WE ARE THE MIGHTY MIGHTY FALCONS!!!
Season Ticket Holder
Way to go Cam!!
November 27th, 20128:50 am
Not to look past Thursday night but we play the Panthers in Charlotte on 10 days rest after the Caints. Panthers will be coming off of a trip to KC.
November 27th, 201210:51 am
NFL Power Ranking
#1 Falcons (10-1, +1): Atlanta escaped by the skin of their teeth yet again, but beating one of the NFL’s hottest teams on the road is no small task.
#2 Texans (10-1, -1): It took nearly ten quarters for Houston to beat teams with a combined record of 6-16. They’re still coasting to a first round bye, but what has happened to the vaunted Wade Phillips defense the past couple weeks?
#3 49ers (8-2-1, NC): Just like the Falcons, San Francisco put an end to a winning streak on the road. The dynamic play of Colin Kaepernick combined with their incredible defense makes this team a scary foe in January.
#4 Patriots (8-3, NC): There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned Patriot butt kicking. They run up the score like a 14 year old that has been playing Madden 13 for way too long.
#5 Broncos (8-3, +1): Denver brought their “C” game to Kansas City and still coasted. Absolutely nobody wants to see this team in the playoffs with how they’re playing on both sides of the ball.
#6 Ravens (9-2, -1): It took a 4th and 29 miracle to put San Diego out of their misery. They haven’t looked like an elite team for months, yet they keep on winning.
#7 Giants (7-4, +2): Classic Giants. Just when you think they’re struggling, they put a hurting on a team and remind everyone that they’re the defending champs.
#8 Bears (8-3, NC): Chicago’s blowout win over Minnesota was costly thanks to six injuries to key players. It pains me to say it, but Jay Cutler simply makes this team better. His quick throws into small windows can make his offensive line actually look passable.
#9 Packers (7-4, -2): You can’t win when you can’t keep your quarterback upright. Green Bay needs to block and scheme better if they want to hang with the league’s best.
#10 Colts (7-4, +3): If the playoffs started today, Andrew Luck would visit Peyton Manning in the Wild Card round. That might garner some national attention.
#11 Buccaneers (6-5, NC): Tough loss for the Bucs. Their schedule isn’t doing them any favors down the stretch either. Tampa heads to Denver, New Orleans, and Atlanta for their last three road games.
#17 Caints (5-6, -2): The loss to San Francisco might mean that their recent surge was too little too late. Their next three games: at Falcons, at Giants, home for Buccaneers. One loss puts them behind the 8 ball; two losses put them at home for the playoffs.
November 27th, 201211:30 am
S A I N T S 38 – f a l c a n t ‘ s 20
November 27th, 20121:13 pm
Well woopty dang doo! I don’t care a bit
November 27th, 20121:27 pm
wow, if that is what is considered ’shining’ in the NFL, I cant wait till next sunday.
November 27th, 20122:03 pm
A classic case of denial:
“Of course we wouldn’t feel that way (like the Saint s’ little brother),” Samuel said. “We’re just going to go out there on Thursday night. We’re going to let our play do all the talking. We’re just going to go out there and play hard.”
Hard to deny you’re owned Samuel, especially when you’re about to lose five straight to them, five of the last six in your own house, 11 of the last 13.
November 27th, 20122:53 pm
Anyone want to go in on a paper bag factory in new orleans……we’ll make millions !!! LOLOLOLOL
November 27th, 20122:57 pm
The aint’s can beat us twice this year and Seen and the aint’s will STILL be watching the Falcons in the playoffs from their sofa !!!! HAHAHAHA. Gotta love it !!
November 27th, 20123:01 pm
Seen, sounds like you’re hanging the whole season on beating the Falcons…..thank you. It is a big game for ya’ll…..for us ??? just another stepping stone to taking the title back from your pathetic team and their old man QB LOL
November 27th, 20123:20 pm
November 27th, 2012
Hard to deny you’re owned Samuel.
Excuse me dunce hat, slavery is no longer!!
The Lowly Aint's
November 27th, 201211:24 pm
Seen & aint’s fans, you being here is ok, you’re constant portrayal of the aints being some sort of power house is quite laughable. Someone who foams at the mouth about particlular stats without acknowledgment of their teams history is just ignorant. The last few “wonder” years of the aint’s is all that’s there…….before that ……….nothing. The Falcons were winning division titles and appearing in playoff games waaaaay before the aint’s. I mean, come on 1966 to 2000 without a playoff win….dude thats horrible. Face it, the last few years for the aint’s is just a flash in the pan……soon to be over. You my friend are the delusional one, for sure…..read some books on your sorry team’s history. The way you sound on these boards is quite embarrassing and stupid. Hope you didn’t throw your paper bag away……
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