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One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:01 am
  • Disclaimer: I don't want any player to get hurt on Saturday.

    But Kam needs to steal Julio's soul. Just once. Make him think twice. That's all I want.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:15 am
  • For me, I want to see each of Bennett, Avril, Clark, and Marsh rub Ryan with extreme prejudice a few times.

    As has been said, rubbin' is racin'.
    Until we develop a pass rush that will cause opposing teams to be forced to scheme to defend it we will never be able to consistently take the final step. The interior rush needs improvement. The OLine clearly still needs work.

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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:39 am
  • One thing I'd really like to see is a win.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:08 am
  • Run the ball successfully and often. This lets the defense rests and keeps their offense on the pine.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:04 am
  • I want them to show up in the first half.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:09 am
  • I want to see the offense come out and go right after it. I'm so tired of the pussy footing around on the first couple drives and stalling out. I
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:16 am
  • Rob12 wrote:Disclaimer: I don't want any player to get hurt on Saturday.

    But Kam needs to steal Julio's soul. Just once. Make him think twice. That's all I want.

    /\ this, Kam needs to deliver that playoff wood! Have those receivers thinking about the hits, a few drops would be critical in this game I think!
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:17 am
  • Would be nice to see Procise get some big yards too, soften the defense for Rawls to throw the change up!
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:14 am
  • Seanhawk wrote:I want them to show up in the first half.



    This don't go down by 2 td's.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:22 am
  • Largent80 wrote:Run the ball successfully and often. This lets the defense rests and keeps their offense on the pine.


    Our best defense is our offense on the field.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:28 am
  • Yes to all of this. 8)
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:48 am
  • jammerhawk wrote:For me, I want to see each of Bennett, Avril, Clark, and Marsh rub Ryan with extreme prejudice a few times.

    As has been said, rubbin' is racin'.



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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:01 am
  • Good things usually happen when Kam lets his presence known. Hopefully he'll make a statement early on, preferably the 1st defensive series. :beating:
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:14 pm
  • Rob12 wrote:Disclaimer: I don't want any player to get hurt on Saturday.

    But Kam needs to steal Julio's soul. Just once. Make him think twice. That's all I want.


    Careful what you wish for.

    Your other safety took away Gronk's soul and then had his removed too a few weeks later.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:15 pm
  • NINEster wrote:
    Rob12 wrote:Disclaimer: I don't want any player to get hurt on Saturday.

    But Kam needs to steal Julio's soul. Just once. Make him think twice. That's all I want.


    Careful what you wish for.

    Your other safety took away Gronk's soul and then had his removed too a few weeks later.



    Do you really think the two are somehow linked?
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:22 pm
  • Was literally thinking the same thing a couple days back. I just want Kam to lay a nice clean hit on him to have him shook for the rest of the game, like he did to demaryius in the superbowl. Demaryious was scared the rest of the game after that hit.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:25 pm
  • jammerhawk wrote:For me, I want to see each of Bennett, Avril, Clark, and Marsh rub Ryan with extreme prejudice a few times.

    As has been said, rubbin' is racin'.

    Matty snowflake would probably like getting "rubbed" by them
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 6:25 pm
  • RussB wrote:Was literally thinking the same thing a couple days back. I just want Kam to lay a nice clean hit on him to have him shook for the rest of the game, like he did to demaryius in the superbowl. Demaryious was scared the rest of the game after that hit.


    I don't think Thomas was only scared, didn't he also have a partial shoulder separation?
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:35 pm
  • I'd like to see ... More Points Than They Have!!! :irishdrinkers:
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:09 pm
  • It's unfortunate Earl isn't playing... I was kinda looking forward to seeing Freeman truck him like Quizz did back in 2012...



    Terrell or Kam will have to do I guess.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:10 pm
  • You actually think Freeman or anyone could truck Kam??? :roll:

    I think you should concern yourself with that weak running D you have. And, until I see Matt Ryan win more than one playoff game in a season, he's just another great regular season quarterback. Unlike Wilson, who takes his game to the next level in the playoffs.
    I think I'd take the over in this game :)
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:18 pm
  • SoulfishHawk wrote:You actually think Freeman or anyone could truck Kam??? :roll:

    I think you should concern yourself with that weak running D you have. And, until I see Matt Ryan win more than one playoff game in a season, he's just another great regular season quarterback. Unlike Wilson, who takes his game to the next level in the playoffs.
    I think I'd take the over in this game :)


    The next level being 5 picks vs GB?

    Scoreless after 3 vs MN?

    31-0 at the half vs Carolina?

    Ryan may only have 1 win... but it was against Seattle. If he had walked into the historic defense RW had in 2013 he'd have won the SB too. There's QBs out there named Trent Dilfer and Jim McMahon that won Super Bowls with similar historic defenses.

    There's also a QB named Dan Marino who never won a Super Bowl. But we know... RW is the greatest of all time.

    Tell me more about how Rawls is gonna truck our weak running game... like he did vs SF's 32nd run D a couple weeks ago and like he's done all season?

    vs MIA 32 yds
    @ LA -7 yds
    vs PHI 57 yds
    @ TB 38 yds
    vs CAR 106 yds
    @ GB 67 yds
    vs LA 34 yds
    vs AR 8 yds
    @ SF 14 yds

    But a 161 yard game vs Detroit signals he's the reincarnation of Marshawn Lynch?

    k.

    Excuse me for not being worried about his 51 yard average that is only that high because of the Detroit game.

    ... and lets get off the Ryan is 1-4 train. We've already been over this dozens of times. It's easy to blame Ryan for the losses but once you look at the stats (threw for 400 yards, 3 TDs, 115 rating vs SF, Falcons defense didn't force a GB punt the entire game, Giants shut us down and also shut Brady down) and also realize Ryan doesn't play defense maybe you'll stop hating.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:38 pm
  • Are you really gonna' sit there and act like Russell Wilson hasn't been clutch in the playoffs?

    Wilson has the most wins by any starting QB in his first 5 seasons in NFL history, including playoffs. And a Super Bowl title, and one bad play call from another title. And a butt load of division titles. But yeah, he's not clutch. Your 1 win quarterback is though.



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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:43 pm
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:You actually think Freeman or anyone could truck Kam??? :roll:

    I think you should concern yourself with that weak running D you have. And, until I see Matt Ryan win more than one playoff game in a season, he's just another great regular season quarterback. Unlike Wilson, who takes his game to the next level in the playoffs.
    I think I'd take the over in this game :)


    The next level being 5 picks vs GB?

    Scoreless after 3 vs MN?

    31-0 at the half vs Carolina?

    Ryan may only have 1 win... but it was against Seattle. If he had walked into the historic defense RW had in 2013 he'd have won the SB too. There's QBs out there named Trent Dilfer and Jim McMahon that won Super Bowls with similar historic defenses.

    There's also a QB named Dan Marino who never won a Super Bowl. But we know... RW is the greatest of all time.

    Tell me more about how Rawls is gonna truck our weak running game... like he did vs SF's 32nd run D a couple weeks ago and like he's done all season?

    vs MIA 32 yds
    @ LA -7 yds
    vs PHI 57 yds
    @ TB 38 yds
    vs CAR 106 yds
    @ GB 67 yds
    vs LA 34 yds
    vs AR 8 yds
    @ SF 14 yds

    But a 161 yard game vs Detroit signals he's the reincarnation of Marshawn Lynch?

    k.

    Excuse me for not being worried about his 51 yard average that is only that high because of the Detroit game.

    ... and lets get off the Ryan is 1-4 train. We've already been over this dozens of times. It's easy to blame Ryan for the losses but once you look at the stats (threw for 400 yards, 3 TDs, 115 rating vs SF, Falcons defense didn't force a GB punt the entire game, Giants shut us down and also shut Brady down) and also realize Ryan doesn't play defense maybe you'll stop hating.

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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:44 pm
  • I'll take a win with no injuries along with a Cowpukes loss on Sunday. :2thumbs:
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:27 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:You actually think Freeman or anyone could truck Kam??? :roll:

    I think you should concern yourself with that weak running D you have. And, until I see Matt Ryan win more than one playoff game in a season, he's just another great regular season quarterback. Unlike Wilson, who takes his game to the next level in the playoffs.
    I think I'd take the over in this game :)


    The next level being 5 picks vs GB?

    Scoreless after 3 vs MN?

    31-0 at the half vs Carolina?

    Ryan may only have 1 win... but it was against Seattle. If he had walked into the historic defense RW had in 2013 he'd have won the SB too. There's QBs out there named Trent Dilfer and Jim McMahon that won Super Bowls with similar historic defenses.

    There's also a QB named Dan Marino who never won a Super Bowl. But we know... RW is the greatest of all time.

    Tell me more about how Rawls is gonna truck our weak running game... like he did vs SF's 32nd run D a couple weeks ago and like he's done all season?

    vs MIA 32 yds
    @ LA -7 yds
    vs PHI 57 yds
    @ TB 38 yds
    vs CAR 106 yds
    @ GB 67 yds
    vs LA 34 yds
    vs AR 8 yds
    @ SF 14 yds

    But a 161 yard game vs Detroit signals he's the reincarnation of Marshawn Lynch?

    k.

    Excuse me for not being worried about his 51 yard average that is only that high because of the Detroit game.

    ... and lets get off the Ryan is 1-4 train. We've already been over this dozens of times. It's easy to blame Ryan for the losses but once you look at the stats (threw for 400 yards, 3 TDs, 115 rating vs SF, Falcons defense didn't force a GB punt the entire game, Giants shut us down and also shut Brady down) and also realize Ryan doesn't play defense maybe you'll stop hating.



    I admire your bias, I truly do.

    But one thing that is irritating, debating with any fan base, is their unwillingness to acknowledge facts or be fair minded.

    So you add the Minnesota game, which pretty much had like a -40 degree windchill or something like that, to hold against Wilson? Even though Wilson did have some heroic plays in that game? Okay

    You use one poor game in Green Bay to basically dismiss all of his other playoff games? Cute

    You use Rawls regular season stats to ignore that both Rawls(and Wilson) were very injured for the season? Hilarious

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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 6:15 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:You actually think Freeman or anyone could truck Kam??? :roll:

    I think you should concern yourself with that weak running D you have. And, until I see Matt Ryan win more than one playoff game in a season, he's just another great regular season quarterback. Unlike Wilson, who takes his game to the next level in the playoffs.
    I think I'd take the over in this game :)


    The next level being 5 picks vs GB?

    Scoreless after 3 vs MN?

    31-0 at the half vs Carolina?

    Ryan may only have 1 win... but it was against Seattle. If he had walked into the historic defense RW had in 2013 he'd have won the SB too. There's QBs out there named Trent Dilfer and Jim McMahon that won Super Bowls with similar historic defenses.

    There's also a QB named Dan Marino who never won a Super Bowl. But we know... RW is the greatest of all time.

    Tell me more about how Rawls is gonna truck our weak running game... like he did vs SF's 32nd run D a couple weeks ago and like he's done all season?

    vs MIA 32 yds
    @ LA -7 yds
    vs PHI 57 yds
    @ TB 38 yds
    vs CAR 106 yds
    @ GB 67 yds
    vs LA 34 yds
    vs AR 8 yds
    @ SF 14 yds

    But a 161 yard game vs Detroit signals he's the reincarnation of Marshawn Lynch?

    k.

    Excuse me for not being worried about his 51 yard average that is only that high because of the Detroit game.

    ... and lets get off the Ryan is 1-4 train. We've already been over this dozens of times. It's easy to blame Ryan for the losses but once you look at the stats (threw for 400 yards, 3 TDs, 115 rating vs SF, Falcons defense didn't force a GB punt the entire game, Giants shut us down and also shut Brady down) and also realize Ryan doesn't play defense maybe you'll stop hating.



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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:26 am
  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Are you really gonna' sit there and act like Russell Wilson hasn't been clutch in the playoffs?


    What has Wilson done since being carried by the greatest defense since the 2000 Ravens?

    Anyone?

    Anyone?

    Blow a Super Bowl? Owned in Carolina last year? Win the worst division in football this year?

    SoulfishHawk wrote:
    Wilson has the most wins by any starting QB in his first 5 seasons in NFL history, including playoffs.


    Ahhh.... now we are talking about stats that nobody gives a shit about.

    Yeah lets take a look at their first 5 seasons.

    Ryan (2008-2012) 56-24
    Wilson (2012-2016) 56-23-1

    ... and this is regular season with Ryan not having half the defense that has carried Wilson the last 5 years.

    Glad you threw in "including playoffs" because the 1-4 vs 8-3 definitely proves that Wilson is the GOAT and Ryan can't carry his jockstrap.

    :sarcasm_off:


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    Seattle is 5-10 over the past two seasons when they give up 20 or more. Falcons have scored over 20 in every game except Philly. We've scored at least 24 in all 10 games on turf this year.

    Falcons on grass (6 games): 31.8 ppg

    Falcons on turf (10 games): 34.9 ppg

    Seahawks fans will sometimes downplay their road woes and argue that it's more a matter of them playing well on turf instead of playing on grass. It's true that they beat New England on the road (turf game) but they also lost to the Saints, scoring just 20 points on the 31st ranked scoring defense. That 20 points includes a fumble return touchdown...by Earl Thomas.

    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:07 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:Are you really gonna' sit there and act like Russell Wilson hasn't been clutch in the playoffs?


    What has Wilson done since being carried by the greatest defense since the 2000 Ravens?

    Anyone?

    Anyone?

    Blow a Super Bowl? Owned in Carolina last year? Win the worst division in football this year?

    SoulfishHawk wrote:
    Wilson has the most wins by any starting QB in his first 5 seasons in NFL history, including playoffs.


    Ahhh.... now we are talking about stats that nobody gives a shit about.

    Yeah lets take a look at their first 5 seasons.

    Ryan (2008-2012) 56-24
    Wilson (2012-2016) 56-23-1

    ... and this is regular season with Ryan not having half the defense that has carried Wilson the last 5 years.

    Glad you threw in "including playoffs" because the 1-4 vs 8-3 definitely proves that Wilson is the GOAT and Ryan can't carry his jockstrap.

    :sarcasm_off:


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    SEA D>>>>ATL O
    Kam>>>>>Freeman
    Sherman>>>>>Julio


    Whatever you need to say to make yourself feel better.

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    Seattle is 5-10 over the past two seasons when they give up 20 or more. Falcons have scored over 20 in every game except Philly. We've scored at least 24 in all 10 games on turf this year.

    Falcons on grass (6 games): 31.8 ppg

    Falcons on turf (10 games): 34.9 ppg

    Seahawks fans will sometimes downplay their road woes and argue that it's more a matter of them playing well on turf instead of playing on grass. It's true that they beat New England on the road (turf game) but they also lost to the Saints, scoring just 20 points on the 31st ranked scoring defense. That 20 points includes a fumble return touchdown...by Earl Thomas.

    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.



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    So RW has thrown the ball 350 times less and has the same TD and almost as many yards? Also has a lower INT %. This isn't even including the 2,689 yards rushing and 13 TD RW has.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:14 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.

    I'll tell you what you are... you're a team with a QB that has a 1-4 record in the playoffs.
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Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:24 am
  • EverydayImRusselin wrote:

    Matt Ryan 1st 5 years

    1654/2637 (62.72%) 18,957 yards 127/60 TD/INT 7.19 YPA 90.18 QB Rating

    RW 1st 5 years
    1476/2281 (64.71%) 18,193 yards 127/45 TD/INT 7.99 YPA 99.78 QB Rating

    So RW has thrown the ball 350 times less and has the same TD and almost as many yards? Also has a lower INT %. This isn't even including the 2,689 yards rushing and 13 TD RW has.


    Like I said man... Wilson is the GOAT. Even Brady would agree after looking at those stats.

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    FalconsFanNW wrote:
    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.


    I'll tell you what you are... you're a team with a QB that has a 1-4 record in the playoffs.


    Yet another stat that means jack shit.

    2008 - lost by 6 on road in rookie season
    2010 - lost to a red hot GB team who didn't punt a single time the entire game
    2011 - shut out by a red hot NYG team who also beat Brady in Super Bowl
    2012 - threw for 400 yards and 3 TDs with a 115 rating but D blew a 17-0 lead

    Those are easily the best stats ever for a 1-4 playoff QB... whose only win came against the Seattle Seahawks. Love how you guys love to throw that 1-4 thing out there when you're the team he beat.

    Now that we've had our share of meaningless stats this thread... here's some that are a bit more relevant.

    Opposing QBs vs SEA w/ Earl Thomas on the field this year: Seven TDs, 10 picks, 77.8 passer rating
    Opposing QBs vs SEA w/o Earl Thomas: 9 TDs, 1 INT, 99.5 passer rating

    Ryan this season? 38 TDs.. 7 picks. Last 4 games? 11 TDs 0 picks.

    Ya'll ready for Saturday? We sure are. I can't wait to post the "Matt Ryan is now 2-4 in the playoffs" thread.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:02 am
  • onanygivensunday wrote:I'll tell you what you are... you're a team with a QB that has a 1-4 record in the playoffs.


    Hey... just found something that you Seattle fans should probably read.

    http://atlantasportspage.org/matt-ryans ... s-in-2017/

    The chart below lists the numbers of three quarterbacks after five playoff games. Of the three, two have won NFL Championships and have a winning playoff record.

    Quarterback Passer Rating* Pass Yards TD/INT YPA*
    A 88.4 873 6/4 6.89
    B 84.3 1230 9/7 6.56
    C 45.0 660 1/6 5.33

    *Represents the average on a per game basis.

    I’m sure you will have guessed that two of the three quarterbacks are Matt Ryan and Eli Manning. Manning is QB A and Ryan is QB B. Quarterback C is Joe Flacco. As you can see, his numbers are so shockingly bad that it would lead you to expect a winless playoff record; they are night and day compared to Ryan’s! Even so, Flacco was perceived by many to be a good playoff quarterback, and everyone knows Ryan underperforms. This perception is based solely upon a win-loss record that, in hindsight, is usually placed completely upon the shoulder of the quarterback, with little to no context. Although Manning and Flacco made their fair share of mistakes, both the Giants and Ravens teams were good enough to overcome them and each win three out of five, respectively.


    One other question regarding this... Would anyone pick Trent Dilfer (5-1) over Peyton Manning, who was 2-3 after five playoff games?

    Keep trying to convince yourselves that 1-4 has any meaning Seattle fans. :mrgreen:

    PS.

    To borrow a quote from some of my fellow Falcons fans...

    "When we're the "1" in your "1-4" argument you should really bite your tongue."

    P.S.S.

    Wilson's 8-3 playoff record falls to 0-3 when his D gives up more than 24 pts. Falcons have averaged 35 a game at home and have scored no less than 24 on turf.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:08 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    EverydayImRusselin wrote:

    Matt Ryan 1st 5 years

    1654/2637 (62.72%) 18,957 yards 127/60 TD/INT 7.19 YPA 90.18 QB Rating

    RW 1st 5 years
    1476/2281 (64.71%) 18,193 yards 127/45 TD/INT 7.99 YPA 99.78 QB Rating

    So RW has thrown the ball 350 times less and has the same TD and almost as many yards? Also has a lower INT %. This isn't even including the 2,689 yards rushing and 13 TD RW has.


    Like I said man... Wilson is the GOAT. Even Brady would agree after looking at those stats.

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    FalconsFanNW wrote:
    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.


    I'll tell you what you are... you're a team with a QB that has a 1-4 record in the playoffs.


    Yet another stat that means jack shit.

    2008 - lost by 6 on road in rookie season
    2010 - lost to a red hot GB team who didn't punt a single time the entire game
    2011 - shut out by a red hot NYG team who also beat Brady in Super Bowl
    2012 - threw for 400 yards and 3 TDs with a 115 rating but D blew a 17-0 lead

    Those are easily the best stats ever for a 1-4 playoff QB... whose only win came against the Seattle Seahawks. Love how you guys love to throw that 1-4 thing out there when you're the team he beat.

    Now that we've had our share of meaningless stats this thread... here's some that are a bit more relevant.

    Opposing QBs vs SEA w/ Earl Thomas on the field this year: Seven TDs, 10 picks, 77.8 passer rating
    Opposing QBs vs SEA w/o Earl Thomas: 9 TDs, 1 INT, 99.5 passer rating

    Ryan this season? 38 TDs.. 7 picks. Last 4 games? 11 TDs 0 picks.

    Ya'll ready for Saturday? We sure are. I can't wait to post the "Matt Ryan is now 2-4 in the playoffs" thread.

    You keep bringing up the seahawks losses. You do realize falcons have just as many losses lol? You guys only have the first round bye because seahawks came out flat against AZ and gifted it to you. You are talking as if they are 16-0 or something lol. They can be beat just like anyone else.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:27 am
  • RussB wrote: You guys only have the first round bye because seahawks came out flat against AZ and gifted it to you. You are talking as if they are 16-0 or something lol. They can be beat just like anyone else.


    ... and we appreciate the 2nd seed.

    The Cardinals are now my 2nd favorite team. It's funny because looking at Seattle's last 2 games I was like "Arizona has to do it for us... no way Seattle loses to SF" although they sure tried in that ugly 25-23 game where they couldn't run on the 32nd ranked run D.

    Now you guys are claiming you're gonna run all over our D based off what happened with Detroit. Our D is better than the stats indicate... we've given up a lot of yards in garbage time. Dude from AZ was held to like 60 yards as well...


    BTW... nobody here said Atlanta couldn't be beat. I've never said that.

    I do think it's funny though that you guys talk about the Seahawks as if every playoff game is a home game. It's nice to be confident even though history shows (both regular season and playoffs) that they more often than not clearly aren't the same team away from Clink.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:50 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    RussB wrote: You guys only have the first round bye because seahawks came out flat against AZ and gifted it to you. You are talking as if they are 16-0 or something lol. They can be beat just like anyone else.


    ... and we appreciate the 2nd seed.

    The Cardinals are now my 2nd favorite team. It's funny because looking at Seattle's last 2 games I was like "Arizona has to do it for us... no way Seattle loses to SF" although they sure tried in that ugly 25-23 game where they couldn't run on the 32nd ranked run D.

    Now you guys are claiming you're gonna run all over our D based off what happened with Detroit. Our D is better than the stats indicate... we've given up a lot of yards in garbage time. Dude from AZ was held to like 60 yards as well...


    BTW... nobody here said Atlanta couldn't be beat. I've never said that.

    I do think it's funny though that you guys talk about the Seahawks as if every playoff game is a home game. It's nice to be confident even though history shows (both regular season and playoffs) that they more often than not clearly aren't the same team away from Clink.


    It should be a good, hard fought game. I will enjoy watching your Falcon turn into a Crow Saturday afternoon.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:28 pm
  • You just can't handle the fact that your precious QB and team chokes in the playoffs every year.

    Hearing someone talk smack about Wilson in the playoffs is beyond hilarious.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:02 pm
  • Well if your this tough that a Packer can do this to a lineman were worried.


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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:19 pm
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:Are you really gonna' sit there and act like Russell Wilson hasn't been clutch in the playoffs?


    What has Wilson done since being carried by the greatest defense since the 2000 Ravens?

    Anyone?

    Anyone?

    Blow a Super Bowl? Owned in Carolina last year? Win the worst division in football this year?

    SoulfishHawk wrote:
    Wilson has the most wins by any starting QB in his first 5 seasons in NFL history, including playoffs.


    Ahhh.... now we are talking about stats that nobody gives a shit about.

    Yeah lets take a look at their first 5 seasons.

    Ryan (2008-2012) 56-24
    Wilson (2012-2016) 56-23-1

    ... and this is regular season with Ryan not having half the defense that has carried Wilson the last 5 years.

    Glad you threw in "including playoffs" because the 1-4 vs 8-3 definitely proves that Wilson is the GOAT and Ryan can't carry his jockstrap.

    :sarcasm_off:


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    SEA D>>>>ATL O
    Kam>>>>>Freeman
    Sherman>>>>>Julio


    Whatever you need to say to make yourself feel better.

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    I hope we crush you



    Seattle is 5-10 over the past two seasons when they give up 20 or more. Falcons have scored over 20 in every game except Philly. We've scored at least 24 in all 10 games on turf this year.

    Falcons on grass (6 games): 31.8 ppg

    Falcons on turf (10 games): 34.9 ppg

    Seahawks fans will sometimes downplay their road woes and argue that it's more a matter of them playing well on turf instead of playing on grass. It's true that they beat New England on the road (turf game) but they also lost to the Saints, scoring just 20 points on the 31st ranked scoring defense. That 20 points includes a fumble return touchdown...by Earl Thomas.

    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.


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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:31 pm
  • That flop job by the lineman.... The Oscar goes to.......
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:39 pm
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:Are you really gonna' sit there and act like Russell Wilson hasn't been clutch in the playoffs?


    What has Wilson done since being carried by the greatest defense since the 2000 Ravens?

    Anyone?

    Anyone?

    Blow a Super Bowl? Owned in Carolina last year? Win the worst division in football this year?

    SoulfishHawk wrote:
    Wilson has the most wins by any starting QB in his first 5 seasons in NFL history, including playoffs.


    Ahhh.... now we are talking about stats that nobody gives a shit about.

    Yeah lets take a look at their first 5 seasons.

    Ryan (2008-2012) 56-24
    Wilson (2012-2016) 56-23-1

    ... and this is regular season with Ryan not having half the defense that has carried Wilson the last 5 years.

    Glad you threw in "including playoffs" because the 1-4 vs 8-3 definitely proves that Wilson is the GOAT and Ryan can't carry his jockstrap.

    :sarcasm_off:


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    SEA D>>>>ATL O
    Kam>>>>>Freeman
    Sherman>>>>>Julio


    Whatever you need to say to make yourself feel better.

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    I hope we crush you



    Seattle is 5-10 over the past two seasons when they give up 20 or more. Falcons have scored over 20 in every game except Philly. We've scored at least 24 in all 10 games on turf this year.

    Falcons on grass (6 games): 31.8 ppg

    Falcons on turf (10 games): 34.9 ppg

    Seahawks fans will sometimes downplay their road woes and argue that it's more a matter of them playing well on turf instead of playing on grass. It's true that they beat New England on the road (turf game) but they also lost to the Saints, scoring just 20 points on the 31st ranked scoring defense. That 20 points includes a fumble return touchdown...by Earl Thomas.

    Good luck crushing us. We aren't the Lions.


    Yea, this is a waste of time

    It's pretty clear at this point that as far as you're concerned, only the stats that work in your favor matter. So a 1-4 record in the playoffs is jackshit but every single number and fact used to counter your point is relevant. Funny how that works

    Good luck beating a healthier Wilson on Saturday
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:44 pm
  • Rob12 wrote:Disclaimer: I don't want any player to get hurt on Saturday.

    But Kam needs to steal Julio's soul. Just once. Make him think twice. That's all I want.

    Julio is fearless going across the middle, he's taken plenty of shots from all teams this season. Jam will be a added boost to y'all for sure. But to the same effect I hope Neal extends his streak of sending WRs into last week :D
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 10:46 am
  • Scorpion05 wrote:
    Yea, this is a waste of time

    It's pretty clear at this point that as far as you're concerned, only the stats that work in your favor matter. So a 1-4 record in the playoffs is jackshit but every single number and fact used to counter your point is relevant. Funny how that works

    Good luck beating a healthier Wilson on Saturday


    Thanks... and the 1-4 record is true. What I argue is the fact that people like to blame it on Ryan. To be expected I guess because the QB seems to always get the glory and also be the scapegoat... but the hate isn't deserved.

    2012 NFC Championship Ryan - 396 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int. 115 rating. The defense turned a 17-0 lead into a 28-24 loss.

    But it's Ryans fault?

    That's what I've been arguing. Not the 1-4 record.... but I do love how you guys like to throw that 1-4 out there when you are the "1"... :mrgreen:
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:14 am
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    Scorpion05 wrote:
    Yea, this is a waste of time

    It's pretty clear at this point that as far as you're concerned, only the stats that work in your favor matter. So a 1-4 record in the playoffs is jackshit but every single number and fact used to counter your point is relevant. Funny how that works

    Good luck beating a healthier Wilson on Saturday


    Thanks... and the 1-4 record is true. What I argue is the fact that people like to blame it on Ryan. To be expected I guess because the QB seems to always get the glory and also be the scapegoat... but the hate isn't deserved.

    2012 NFC Championship Ryan - 396 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int. 115 rating. The defense turned a 17-0 lead into a 28-24 loss.

    But it's Ryans fault?

    That's what I've been arguing. Not the 1-4 record.... but I do love how you guys like to throw that 1-4 out there when you are the "1"... :mrgreen:


    Yes we are the "1" from 4 years ago. Last time we played we made mistakes on D. Mistakes we are unlikely to make this time around. And we still won. That must trouble your sleep, no?
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:30 am
  • LeftHandSmoke wrote:One thing I want to see more of, tomorrow?

    This Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images (Big-hit photo link)

    Poor matty.......
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 2:25 pm
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    Scorpion05 wrote:
    Yea, this is a waste of time

    It's pretty clear at this point that as far as you're concerned, only the stats that work in your favor matter. So a 1-4 record in the playoffs is jackshit but every single number and fact used to counter your point is relevant. Funny how that works

    Good luck beating a healthier Wilson on Saturday


    Thanks... and the 1-4 record is true. What I argue is the fact that people like to blame it on Ryan. To be expected I guess because the QB seems to always get the glory and also be the scapegoat... but the hate isn't deserved.

    2012 NFC Championship Ryan - 396 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int. 115 rating. The defense turned a 17-0 lead into a 28-24 loss.

    But it's Ryans fault?

    That's what I've been arguing. Not the 1-4 record.... but I do love how you guys like to throw that 1-4 out there when you are the "1"... :mrgreen:


    Here is the flaw in your reasoning: you keep claiming it's not Ryan's fault they keep losing, but a bad defense. It's quite likely true. Here's the problem: you have a bad defense again. If you go straight stats, or by DVOA you're ranked anywhere from 26th to 29th in the league. That's bad. When you spend your money on the offensive side of the ball, you're going to have a good offense and a bad defense.

    Oh and I love your line "Our d isn't as bad as stats indicate". That can be used for literally anything, any squad on any team. Our OL isn't as bad as stats indicate. We ran all over Detroit, and you have a worse ranked run Defense than Detroit does. Running games generally travel well in the playoffs, along with Defense. There, sound good ? Either way, it's still a flaw in your logic. You can't blame your defense and excoriate Ryan, yet trot out a bad defense and act invincible.

    Just for the record, I think you guys win. I think it's closer than folks want to believe, but I think too many things have to go right concurrently to give us a win. I'm expecting a loss, but I'm not surprised by a win.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 3:00 pm
  • Largent80 wrote:Run the ball successfully and often. This lets the defense rests and keeps their offense on the pine.


    The best defense is to keep their offense off the field. Run it successfully to slow the offense and win time of possession then WIN the game against the Falcons.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:33 pm
  • Some of our fans are grasping at straws to defend a perceived slight by an up and coming fan bases attempt to debate the intricacies of the matchup tomorrow. In my mind they have put their online credibility at risk in a penis measuring debate. It will be interesting to see what happens on this site if the hawks drop this game tomorrow. Falcon fans know this, your site will be inundated with the same type of fans if you lose. Sad to say, never thought hawk fans would be this way. Guess it's just how todays younger NFL fans are, they didn't live through decades of being the gum on the bottom of the NFL shoe.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:39 pm
  • FalconsFanNW wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:You actually think Freeman or anyone could truck Kam??? :roll:

    I think you should concern yourself with that weak running D you have. And, until I see Matt Ryan win more than one playoff game in a season, he's just another great regular season quarterback. Unlike Wilson, who takes his game to the next level in the playoffs.
    I think I'd take the over in this game :)


    The next level being 5 picks vs GB?

    Scoreless after 3 vs MN?

    31-0 at the half vs Carolina?

    Ryan may only have 1 win... but it was against Seattle. If he had walked into the historic defense RW had in 2013 he'd have won the SB too. There's QBs out there named Trent Dilfer and Jim McMahon that won Super Bowls with similar historic defenses.

    There's also a QB named Dan Marino who never won a Super Bowl. But we know... RW is the greatest of all time.

    Tell me more about how Rawls is gonna truck our weak running game... like he did vs SF's 32nd run D a couple weeks ago and like he's done all season?

    vs MIA 32 yds
    @ LA -7 yds
    vs PHI 57 yds
    @ TB 38 yds
    vs CAR 106 yds
    @ GB 67 yds
    vs LA 34 yds
    vs AR 8 yds
    @ SF 14 yds

    But a 161 yard game vs Detroit signals he's the reincarnation of Marshawn Lynch?

    k.

    Excuse me for not being worried about his 51 yard average that is only that high because of the Detroit game.

    ... and lets get off the Ryan is 1-4 train. We've already been over this dozens of times. It's easy to blame Ryan for the losses but once you look at the stats (threw for 400 yards, 3 TDs, 115 rating vs SF, Falcons defense didn't force a GB punt the entire game, Giants shut us down and also shut Brady down) and also realize Ryan doesn't play defense maybe you'll stop hating.



    Who won the week 6 Match Up?

    BTW, if Bevell had burned the 40 seconds off the clock enroute to scoring in that game Matt Ryan would be 0-5.
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Re: One thing I want to see Saturday
Sat Jan 14, 2017 12:11 am
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