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       Sunday, September 17, 2006

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Over-rated. Experts project Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XLI. Atlanta proves otherwise.

Not so fast. Carolina came into the 2006 NFL season as a heavy favorite to be the NFC representative in Super bowl XLI. Week 1 proved another NFC South team may now be the heavy favorite to be back in the Super Bowl. Yes, I am talking about the Atlanta Falcons. They have been forgotten about virtually all offseason and now they are looking like a team poised to be back in a Miami Super Bowl. With the additions of DE John Abraham, S Laywer Milloy, S Chris Crocker, CB Jimmy Williams and DT Grady Jackson the Falcons quietly put together a star studded cast on the defensive side of the ball, a side that did not show up for Atlanta last season.
The last time they were in the Super Bowl in 1999, it was also in Miami. Michael Vick after one week has proved he has in fact grown as a quarterback and leader in the heavy run-first offense. If he and the pass rushers on the Falcons defensive line can stay healthy all of America will see the wonders of Michael Vick in the big show February 4, 2007.



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posted by Jimmy James at 9:11 PM  

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