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Old 09-18-17, 08:09 AM   #31
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Lotta questionable calls.
I wondered who the first cheese head here would bring this up. The Green Bay offense was setting picks all night long and they kept getting caught. Don't want those penalties, then don't set picks!

Just like last year, Atlanta owned the Packers. Go home and cry in your Cheeze Whiz!

Oh, and the girls really like their new home and they thoroughly enjoyed watching the flogging of Green Bay last night.

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Old 09-18-17, 11:03 AM   #32
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I wondered who the first cheese head here would bring this up. The Green Bay offense was setting picks all night long and they kept getting caught. Don't want those penalties, then don't set picks!

Just like last year, Atlanta owned the Packers. Go home and cry in your Cheeze Whiz!

Oh, and the girls really like their new home and they thoroughly enjoyed watching the flogging of Green Bay last night.

We got our butts beat bad. You were right on with your comment about the O-line, both starting Tackles were out, not good. It is way too early to be having injury problems. Congrats to the Falcons on a big win.

I had on my Rodgers jersey, and I have to say, the Falcons fans were very classy. Lots of high fives and handshakes, and nice comments about the Pack and the Packer fans.

The cheerleaders are even better in person. Prrrrrrrrr!

The stadium is freaking amazing!

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Old 09-18-17, 12:35 PM   #33
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I wondered who the first cheese head here would bring this up. The Green Bay offense was setting picks all night long and they kept getting caught. Don't want those penalties, then don't set picks!
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Bennett runs a drag route and gets run into and it a pick route? Also last time I checked contact is allowed within one yard of scrimmage. But don't worry I'm sure the NFL will change that rule soon. GB was deprived of at least 20 pts, and not by the falcons.
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Bennett runs a drag route and gets run into and it a pick route? Also last time I checked contact is allowed within one yard of scrimmage. But don't worry I'm sure the NFL will change that rule soon. GB was deprived of at least 20 pts, and not by the falcons.
Bad calls happen. But, the one that stopped a likely Packer TD just before the half, which then became a Falcon TD, completely changed the game. It would have been 17-14 Falcons at half, with the Pack receiving, and they would have had the mo coming out of the locker room. That was a 14 point swing when it mattered most. Judging by the tenacity of the Pack on the home stretch, I think they could well have won minus that one call.

The Falcons need to play 4 full quarters every game, even when they have a big lead. Does anybody remember 28-3 from only 3 games ago?

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Old 09-18-17, 05:17 PM   #36
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Report: Vic Beasley out a month with hamstring tear
D. Orlando Ledbetter
1:00 p.m Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 Atlanta Falcons

Falcons defensive end/linebacker Vic Beasley has a slight hamstring tear and is expected to miss at least a month, according to WSB Channel 2’s Zach Klein citing a “NFL league source.”

Beasley played 22 of 76 defensive snaps (29 percent) against the Packers.

He left the game in the third quarter after suffering the injury and did not return.
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It's getting outrageous with the kneeling, need to start dishing out heavy fines.
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Fines for their ignominy. What a predicted reversal there at the end. Another week of faulty refereeing in favor of the falcons to take it away from the comeback kid. Watch the replay he clearly crosses the line before the knee down.
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Fines for their ignominy. What a predicted reversal there at the end. Another week of faulty refereeing in favor of the falcons to take it away from the comeback kid. Watch the replay he clearly crosses the line before the knee down.
You need a higher quality TV there buddy?. If it weren't clear and indisputable there's no way that one wouldn't have been upheld, esp. in Detroit.

But the two players kneeling,,,,sigh.
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