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NFC Wildcard: Falcons @ Rams.

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1 minute ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

I thought I read that they planned to take it all the way to Richmond.

I don’t think there is much space for expansion between south/north bound lanes once you pass Stafford

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1 minute ago, BIGGSHAUN said:

Since the 2005 NFCCG, I haven’t hated any non-NFC East team more than I hate the Falcons. 

I cant freakin’ wait!

The Falcons weren't in the 2005 NFCCG, that was the Seahawks and Panthers.

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Falcons coming. We can stuff the Falcons run, but Falcons will look to Jones and Sanu against our secondary. Foles vs Ryan.  Come on, Nick.  You can bring this team to the NFC Championship..we believe!

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1 minute ago, skippyx said:

I agree. This is an award that is suppose to make the writers feel good about themselves.

Bruce Arians has 2 of them.

Does he strike you as an all-time great?

McVay is the 'sexy' choice. Football returned to LA, and he turned the team around. 

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Just now, GroundAttack said:

Pressure Ryan. We’re no. 1 at stopping the run. Only concern is covering Julio. 

Ryan is not really bothered by pressure like Brees is. Brees has a 39.4 QB rating when pressured.

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Just now, pisceschica said:

I don’t think there is much space for expansion between south/north bound lanes once you pass Stafford

I assumed they'd do like they did with sections of the current sections, do an overpass to route it over to the left or right as opposed to going down the center.

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Just now, VaBeach_Eagle said:

The Falcons weren't in the 2005 NFCCG, that was the Seahawks and Panthers.

After the 2004 season. 

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Imagine Julio being held like that by Mills next week. You wouldn't be able to count the flags. 

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1 minute ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

The Falcons weren't in the 2005 NFCCG, that was the Seahawks and Panthers.

Oh no not this again. There s a thread about that ya know, lol.

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Just now, Saturn1 said:

Imagine Julio being held like that by Mills next week. You wouldn't be able to count the flags. 

I hope the refs  let them play playoff football. I think we're better off that way.

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Just now, BCEagle said:

Oh no not this again. There s a thread about that ya know, lol.

I remember a news story about someone that got a tattoo with "2005 NFC Champions" and the Eagles logo, after the 2004 NFCCG.

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Just now, WentzPHIeagles said:

Falcons are the team we wanted, glad it worked out. If Nick can for once not crap himself, birds have a chance.

more like can the Eagles get a run game established  ?

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Just now, VaBeach_Eagle said:

I remember a news story about someone that got a tattoo with "2005 NFC Champions" and the Eagles logo, after the 2004 NFCCG.

At that point just get it changed to 2085 NFC Champions. Then, it would be house money because nobody is living that long.

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1 minute ago, BCEagle said:

I hope the refs  let them play playoff football. I think we're better off that way.

I have no confidence that they will let Mills make that same play. 

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I like it when the refs 'let them play', but officiating needs to be consistent across the league. I see a lot of holding calls that aren't called.

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