Looking Ahead to 2006

Unfortunately, 2005 didn’t end as we had hoped. However, what’s done is done and now it’s on to 2006, where hope springs eternal. There are many questions to be answered this offseason and none may be as large as the status of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The Collective Bargaining Agreement is key to this offseason as it sets the limits on what the Falcons can and can’t do financially to improve the...

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Next stop…Detroit!

Well, for those that didn’t hate me before, they probably will now. It’s official, mark your calendars. When the Super Bowl is aired on February 5, 2006, this guy right here is going to be in attendance. It is quite an event. My very first Super Bowl. How did I get tickets you might ask? Well my father in his eternal benevolence purchased them for me and my older brother to attend the game with him. This will be his third...

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Get over it

Isn’t anybody else getting tired of all the talk still going on about the Pittsburgh Steelers-Indianapolis Colts game? I mean I’m still hearing people talk about that game in the past 48 hours. It’s over, let it go. The media cannot. I know much of the world picked the Colts to win the game (I did not, and I have proof), but is it really that much of a shocker. The Steelers should have been the first team to beat the...

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Disappointment

It was a very disappointing year for being an Atlanta Falcon fan. I know, not exactly something that is a new development, but nonetheless, there is some sense of a feeling that this franchise is cursed. I imagine the heartache that a long-time Falcon fan feels is much greater than mine, since I’ve only been a fan since I was about eight years old (circa 1991). For guys that have been fans since the 60s, 70s, and 80s, it must be...

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