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Falcons' exit... how?


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It's no secret that all true WhoDats want the Falcons to have an epic fail in the 2017 playoffs. What's not clear is WHEN do you want them to fall short... and how?

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I'm with you, bro. But I just had an afterthought: The deeper they go before they lose... the bigger the paycheck for each player on the team. But on the flip side...

...the further down they go in the upcoming draft! :scratch:

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I'm with you, bro. But I just had an afterthought: The deeper they go before they lose... the bigger the paycheck for each player on the team. But on the flip side...

...the further down they go in the upcoming draft! :scratch:

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It would be funny if they play the Pats in the SB and they lose 45-2 Brady with 5 TDs. I just want them to lose lol the most humiliating way preferably
 

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I don't think the Failcons pose a real threat to the NFC this year. The Seahawks will most likely end their season this weekend. The defense has been too uneven and, as good as the offense has been, the Seahawks defense is coming into its own again and is designed to stop a team like them.

They played well against Seattle on the road though, so I suppose they have a chance. I am of the belief that this Seattle team is better than the one that beat them - and for that matter the one we beat :9: - earlier this season. I think of all the teams left in the NFC, the Packers and Failcons are the furthest from being complete teams, and as we found out in 2011 its difficult win out in the playoffs engaging in shootouts with the better teams.
 

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Exactly. The only way a straight up loss is not the best option is...they cheat in losing and get busted for it resulting in forfeiture of their draft picks for the next few years.
 

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The NFL is vested in Atlanta. They'll win this weekend on a controversial call, unfortunately. Atlanta is a big market that needs some energy going into their new stadium. I'm not sure the Falcons can get past the Cowboys or Packers though.

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Please, please 1 point in a loss. Not losing by 1 as in 35-34, more like 35-1.
To go along with their 2 pointer. What a trophy case.

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I'd rather them lose before the Seattle game in that Matt Ryan slips and falls while getting out the tub and has to miss the game.
 

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I want them to get to the Super Bowl and get their fans whipped up into a lather then get absolutely smashed. A shut out would be great. Don't know if I want like a Pats blowout with a ton of passing or a Pittsburgh run game pound down. I just want their fans to post crying, heart wrenching vines.
 

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I want them to get to the Super Bowl and get their fans whipped up into a lather then get absolutely smashed. A shut out would be great. Don't know if I want like a Pats blowout with a ton of passing or a Pittsburgh run game pound down. I just want their fans to post crying, heart wrenching vines.

 
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I'd rather them lose before the Seattle game in that Matt Ryan slips and falls while getting out the tub and has to miss the game.
As much as I loathe the Falclowns... I never want to wish injury on any player (even if said player is an egocentric jerk).

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isn't it more accurate to call it a "falcon's playoff walk" or "falcon's playoff limp"? I just don't see "run" as a good descriptor for atlanta.
 

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Geez guys come on. How come there isn't a category where we win the Lombardi? Where is all the love?
 

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The NFL is vested in Atlanta. They'll win this weekend on a controversial call, unfortunately. Atlanta is a big market that needs some energy going into their new stadium. I'm not sure the Falcons can get past the Cowboys or Packers though.

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By this rationale, the Rams should have had more "luck" than usual.
 

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