Just a quick discussion post for you all today, because by the time you read this, I'll be in the first hour of my 4.5 hour drive back to school, and there's plenty of work to be done once I get there. It never ends. I tell ya what, I don't envy people with kids/real jobs/wives at all. You guys must have zero time to do anything.
In any case, my question to you all today is simple: Do you think that, with the positive showing against the Panthers, the Falcons will finally get over the hump? Or will you reserve your judgment until after the Detroit game?
Personally, I feel like we still have a ways to go before I really jump back on the happy train, but I was pleased with what I saw once the Falcons stopped playing Panther football on Sunday. Beating Detroit, even by a small margin, would do well to restore my faith in that we're legitimately a good football team. I think we proved we're not in the "bad" echelon, per se, but man, for a little while there, I was worried.
What do you all think? Are we trending upward? Should we not place too much in the stock of beating the Panthers?
Oh, and someone tell MM that Chris Houston doesn't turn his head around and to go deep on him 10 times on Sunday. That'll teach him.