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Can’t wait to see the changes in action. I just hope I can go to the game. I would love to be able to be sitting near the side line here in Arizona for the game in October. Atlanta Falcons win lose tie i’ll bleed red white and black til i die shirt The first and last time I saw the falcons play without using a tv was the last season that Tony Gonzales played.
Atlanta Falcons win lose tie i’ll bleed red white and black til i die shirt
I don’t really think he was, he did throw a couple bad interceptions but I think he was throwing the ball to draw attention to the blatant pass interferences Lattimore was committing. The refs weren’t calling any of his many, many penalties though. And then somehow the refs were even worse in the rematch in New Orleans. So mr jones won’t report unless deal redone mr jones stick it where the. sun don’t shine I sick of your greed .you can sit and rott .atlanta don’t give in to his greed .let him sit and rott enough of this garbage. Boy the Falcons are so good at living in the past that we can’t win in the future, that high light is over like the Super bowl Win now ,not yesterday, last year, last week ,2 years ago ,that’s a poor mind set.
Let Ryan hit the open market and see what he gets offered. You’d be absolutely floored. He’s been to two NFC Championship games and a Superbowl and is still in the prime of his career. Appreciate what we have now because once it’s gone.. it’s gone.. Atlanta Falcons win lose tie i’ll bleed red white and black til i die shirt We could potentially be looking for Ryan’s replacement 10,15,20 years after he retires and we’ll be looking back to when we had him and didn’t appreciate what he’s already done and what he will do for us for years to come. Ask the Dolphins how they feel about passing up on him in 2008.