I have commentary on what has been going on lately with the Falcons
, and the blog.
As far as the Falcons go, I think we all know what the problem is. It's funny when things don't go right, that coaches should be fired, players should be traded or cut. You know what? Doing that will not solve the problem. Just got to suck it up and deal with it. It is what it is. As far as the blog goes, I'v gotten tired of us fans tearing each other apart when the Falcons lose, then all touchy feely when they win. Give me a break people. It's just a game, we don't work or play for this organization, and I think that we take this stuff way too seriously. We cannot control what goes on the field. Whatever happens, happens. Sure, I get discouraged when they lose, who doesn't. But, I have learned to put that stuff behind me, and move on. I have a family and other more important things in my life to take care and accomplish. The Falcons are one of my escapes that I have to enjoy once a week, and I appreciate it. We have a right to our opinions, and that what makes it fun when we are on the blog, but, as i said earlier, it's not cool to destroy each other when things are not going good. It's not the end of the world, you know. This is a LONG football season, and things WILL change throughout. Let me give you some examples of Falcons starts:
1978: Started 1-3, finished 9-7, made playoffs.
1980: Started 3-3, finished 12-4, won division, made playoffs
1981: Started 3-0, finished 7-9, missed playoffs
1991: Started 0-2, finished 10-6, made playoffs
2002: Started 1-3, finished 9-6-1, made playoffs
This is nothing new to me. I've been a fan since the late seventies, and I'm use to this type of stuff. I will always support the Falcons no matter what, and just remember the 1981 season, if any of you were around then. It was the most disappointing team ever for me, and will cover this season in depth at a future date.
EvilFalcon has spoken. Out.
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