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Old February 6th, 2017, 09:17 PM   #1301
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Well, that sucked.

"I'll take 'Moments That Make Me Want to Die in a Fire' for $1,600, Alex."

The strange thing is the notion of a collapse, because this wasn't a conventional collapse in any way. Both the offense and defense played pretty well deep into the game, and the Falcons stayed true to their style and gameplan because of it. Put simply, the defense was on the field WAY too long (93 snaps!), the offense made 2 mistakes when they could only afford 1, and, most importantly, the Patriots were essentially perfect down the stretch. Literally, they did everything they needed to do and got a little help from the football gods via that miraculous catch.

The only thing I think where the Falcons maybe blew it was the play calling when they had 1st down at the Pats 22 and up 28-20. Everyone NOW says the Falcons should've simply gone run, run, run and then kick the field goal, but how many times do where hear coaches and players say you don't change your stripes during a game?

I'm gutted at HOW they lost, but at the same time I can't watch the game and deny that over the full 60+ New England deserved it. They did. Sadly.

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We know it's the worst collapse in Super Bowl history. But after learning that Atlanta's sports teams have garnered ONE championship in sixty years ... I'm going to call it the worst loss in NFL history.
And people wonder why we're incredibly pessimistic here. That ratio (national titles per years of pro sports) happens to be the worst among major cities, especially after Cleveland's NBA title last summer.
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Old February 6th, 2017, 09:47 PM   #1302
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Wow, thought they had it in the bag after I quit watching in the 3rd quarter...ouch. And I was rooting for them too even though I'm a panthers fan. Have a habit of rooting for less successful teams.
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Old February 7th, 2017, 12:38 AM   #1303
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Sounds you're tailor made to stay on the Atlanta band-wagon, then!
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Old February 11th, 2017, 12:23 AM   #1304
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Panthers & Falcon 0 in Houston - New England 2-0
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2017 Southeast NFL Draft

Just in case you may have missed this year's 1st round NFL draft picks.

(4) Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard Fournette Running back 6'0"/228 LSU

(5) Tennessee Titans Corey Davis Wide receiver 6'3"/209 Western Michigan

(8) Carolina Panthers Christian McCaffrey Running back 5'11"/202 Stanford

(11) New Orleans Saints Marshon Lattimore Cornerback 6'0"/193 Ohio State

(12) Houston Texans Deshaun Watson Quarterback 6'2"/221 Clemson

(18) Tennessee Titans Adoree' Jackson Cornerback 5'10"/186 USC

(19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers O.J. Howard Tight end 6'6"/251 Alabama

(22) Miami Dolphins Charles Harris Defensive end 6'3"/260 Missouri

(26) Atlanta Falcons Takkarist McKinley Linebacker 6'2"/250 UCLA

(28) Dallas Cowboys Taco Charlton Defensive end 6'6"/273 Michigan

(32) New Orleans Saints Ryan Ramczyk Offensive tackle 6'6"/310 Wisconsin

Looks like a couple of solid picks for both the Jags and the Texans!
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