Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta Falcons’

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Fantasy Forecasts and Predictions for 2010

January 15, 2010

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Ohhh the pain!!!

December 21, 2009

How much more can Jet fans take?  I mean, honestly….how many other ways are there to lose an NFL game?

The Jets, winners of three straight, dropped a heartbreaking game to the Atlanta Falcons, after their top ranked defense couldn’t stop the Dirty Birds on 4th and goal from the Jets 6 yard line.  Gang Green did a great job containing Matt Ryan, Roddy White, and in particular Tony Gonzalez the entire game, but failed to execute once again in the games waning minutes. 

As a life-long Jets fan, can it get any worse? 

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In the words of Marv Albert: Yesssss!!!!!

December 7, 2009

Open at Work with Caution...

Happy Monday!

Bits n’ Pieces

Balllliiiinnnn!!, Giants beat Boys in Texas

Bowl Time, Alabama and Texas to meet for BCS Championship

Brees it out, Hartley’s FG keeps New Orleans perfect

Love and hate, Vick runs and throws for TD’s against former team

Jersey’s finest and more bits after the jump…what are you waiting for???

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It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere

November 30, 2009

 

The Garden

Afternoon Bits n’ Pieces

– Pink slip, Weis fired after 6-6 season at Notre Dame

– No show, Tiger will skip Chevron tournament

– Potty mouth, Serena Williams fined $82K for tirade at US Open

– Back to Philly, AI and GM Billy King meet in Dallas for 2 hours

– Bunyons, Atlantas Ryan out for Eagles game

– Staying in her lane, Danica will remain in the IRL as NASCAR future up in the air

 

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NFC Playoff Picture: Tough path for Giants

November 18, 2009

There’s no hiding that Sunday’s matchup with the 5-4 Atlanta Falcons is huge.  With the NFC South and NFC North all but locked up, there are four remaining playoff births up for grabs in the NFC.

While divisional leaders Dallas and Arizona have the upper hand, their hard work is not nearly over.  The Eagles, Packers, Falcons and Giants are all 5-4, and are right in the playoff hunt.

At 4-5, the 49ers, Panthers and Bears are on life support, but their dreams are not dead yet.

What it all boils down to is that with seven games remaining, there are nine NFC teams fighting for four spots in the playoffs.

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