I agree. It is way too early to count out the Panthers, and the Falcons were on a tear before whatever happened today in Detroit (I haven't seen anything on that game yet). Although things are looking up and I couldn't be happier, we still have a tough road ahead and need to stay focused; one game at a time.Don't count out the Panthers until we get a win over them. Also, the Falcons can get that Monday night game back with a win over us. The only thing I'm going with is that the Bucs won't catch us being 5 down (due to the sweep) with 8 to go.
What a difference a week makes. After last Sunday, all the pundits were annointing Vick the second coming, that the Falcons were the second best team in the NFC to Chicago, and had dropped New Orleans way down their charts. This week, they will all switch again. The vast majority are notoriously flip-floppy.I saw that. Jaws didn't hesitate when he was asked to predict.
"Saints win the division," Jaws said firmly.
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