Found March 24, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Matt Ryan
TEAMS: Atlanta Falcons
  The Atlanta Falcons are the worst best team in the NFL in recent memory. Or maybe it’s the best worst team? Whatever the case may be, despite being loaded with playmakers, this team cannot win the games they need to. The problem? How about the combination of Matt Ryan and Mike Smith? And it’s time for the two to get a divorce so the Falcons can win a Super Bowl before it’s too late... Read more
2 Comments:
  • Mike Smith is the issue.......he is probably a really nice fellow..but he lacks some intangible....doesn't seem to inspire anyone...too.....something.So-if Mike remains as the head coach of the Falcon's the Falcon's will continue to fall short and the run they have been on will end.Then the failing City of Atlanta is going to be stuck with a great big new stadium that no one will care to visit....Bad deal for Smith to be able to continue to stick around..they need a change at the top.
  • Go get Tebow
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