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    I want a victory in the worst way. If DeAngelo Hall can live up to his billing and shut down Steve Smith we have a shot.


  • #2
    Originally posted by Shiver View Post
    I want a victory in the worst way. If DeAngelo Hall can live up to his billing and shut down Steve Smith we have a shot.
    Just hope that Hall doesn't try to anger Steve Smith in anyway. If he does Smith is good for 8 catches 2td's.

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    • #3
      Man. We are real hungry for a win. With the riled up ATL crowd, the Panthers dont stand a chance! Look at the Panthers record against us! Absymbal. Michael Vick always seems to do the amazing against the Panthers. Steve Smith didnt even have a catch on us last year! We win this match up easily!

      "He's the leader of the next great class of NFL players." - John Elway on Matt Ryan

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      • #4
        This is a big game for DeAngelo. He has been a shutdown corner the first 2 games. He didn't go up against an elite WR in either though, so this will be his first true test.

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        • #5
          well there isnt too much media as of yet so hoping for the best. i dont think there should be any tackling problems, hall is a solid tackler.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by d34ng3l021 View Post
            Man. We are real hungry for a win. With the riled up ATL crowd, the Panthers dont stand a chance! Look at the Panthers record against us! Absymbal. Michael Vick always seems to do the amazing against the Panthers. Steve Smith didnt even have a catch on us last year! We win this match up easily!
            Thats because he didn't play in the first game, and in the second DeAngelo Williams and Chris Wienke played QB. Actually, Wienke threw 7 total passes.

            Vicks record against the Panthers in the last two years is 1-3 so I don't think he "always does seems to do the amazing". Not that it matters though.

            I wouldn't be surprised if the Falcons win.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ShutDwn View Post
              Thats because he didn't play in the first game, and in the second DeAngelo Williams and Chris Wienke played QB. Actually, Wienke threw 7 total passes.

              Vicks record against the Panthers in the last two years is 1-3 so I don't think he "always does seems to do the amazing". Not that it matters though.

              I wouldn't be surprised if the Falcons win.
              I think you'll find that he was joking. Surprisingly enough, most Falcons fans are aware that Vick will not be playing this time...

              As always, the crucial battles will be in the trenches. The Panthers O-line had a tough time against the Texans, and have to be terrified of Abraham. We know that if we can slow down the run, and get pressure on Delhomme, he will make mistakes.

              On the other hand, the Panthers D-line probably has the better of it against our O-line too. I suspect that it'll be a tight, low-scoring game, and the team which runs the ball better will triumph.

              It should be close; let's hope that being at home makes the difference.
              TD 2011 catch-phrase: "explosive"

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              • #8
                Originally posted by D-Rod View Post
                I think you'll find that he was joking. Surprisingly enough, most Falcons fans are aware that Vick will not be playing this time...

                As always, the crucial battles will be in the trenches. The Panthers O-line had a tough time against the Texans, and have to be terrified of Abraham. We know that if we can slow down the run, and get pressure on Delhomme, he will make mistakes.

                On the other hand, the Panthers D-line probably has the better of it against our O-line too. I suspect that it'll be a tight, low-scoring game, and the team which runs the ball better will triumph.

                It should be close; let's hope that being at home makes the difference.
                The Panther's oline has given up three sacks, all three were let up by Ryan Kalil. He has been starting in place of Bridges, who was suspended for two games.

                Not that it wasn't tough for them against the Texans, it just wasn't as tough as it looked.

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                • #9
                  Our Dline is going to MAUL the Panthers pathetic panty waste OL. Unfortunately for us, your DL is just as good as our and our OL may be worse than yours...so here's to hoping Quarterbacks don't die Sunday but both teams get to hammer away at the opposing QBs. I'd be surprised if the Falcons pull this one off, just haven't been able to get the offense moving it's going to take giving the ball to Norwood...that's all there is to it.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah I was just jokin man. Pretty much about everything. I doubt most the fans in the Georgia dome are gonna be Falcon fans, I doubt Vick is gonna play, and a Panthers QB threw like 7 times last year against us.

                    2 sacks by your center huh? Our UT is a pretty damn good pass rusher so that will be fun to watch. Hopefully Abraham is gonn abe a demon pass rusher again. Hall better do a good job covering Smith, otherwise we lose all hope.

                    I would be surprised if we win.

                    "He's the leader of the next great class of NFL players." - John Elway on Matt Ryan

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by d34ng3l021 View Post
                      2 sacks by your center huh? Our UT is a pretty damn good pass rusher so that will be fun to watch. Hopefully Abraham is gonn abe a demon pass rusher again. Hall better do a good job covering Smith, otherwise we lose all hope.
                      I believe Kalil was playing Guard the last two weeks just to fill in. I could be wrong but I believe it was his first time playing that position.

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                      • #12
                        Same thing.

                        "He's the leader of the next great class of NFL players." - John Elway on Matt Ryan

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                        • #13
                          I'm happy to see our Offensive line coming...really. I mean it's torturing me to see Jamaal have 0 sacks in his column. Sunday we need our offense to show up so our defense can get after the QB for once. If we are up 14 in the first half (prolly not going to happen) I expect to see the DEs turned loose to come after Jake and if that happens, we could see 2-3 from Jamaal and Abe...I'm looking forward to it.

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                          • #14
                            Wharton struggles against speed rushers so Abraham will be a problem all game. I'm expecting 1-2 fumbles from Jake based on that alone

                            I dont have a vibe on the game besides that. I saw the Houston loss coming, I dont really know what to expect here. If we were 2-0 I would guarantee a Falcon win, but we arent

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                            • #15
                              I enjoy pessimism. You feel a lot better when proven wrong and aren't "let down" when proven otherwise. That attitude has killed me the last couple years.

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