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The Atlanta Falcons take on the New Orleans Saints in Week 16 of the 2017 NFL Season. Watch full games with NFL Game Pass: …

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  1. that was a really good game to watch. I know all the Falcons fans gonna talk about flags, but more than half were on your offense. Refs shoulda called a flag down field for Julio but that's about it on defense for us. Saints dominated this game defensively from start to finish. Y'all had plenty opportunities in the red zone to score and couldn't punch it in. We still have Tampa to take care of and after that get ready round 3 with Carolina. If the seeding ends up the way I'm thinking.

  2. I still think like all real fans that my Saints have some limitations and injury issues,but this one 5 minute video could have been the complete defensive highlight real from ALL of last season. It's nice having a defense. Running gameis amazing because Kamara is a boss and makes it easier for Ingram to explode. Drew is getting older but is still accurate as ever. I just hope they figure out a good balance before the playoffs as they seem to be too safe with Brees and not fully understand yet what a running/defensive team can and needs to do to win. If they fall behind by 7, they freak out instead of keep pounding and if they get up by 10, they seem to dismiss running play action and Brees deep downfield out of a sense of safety. I think they need to unleash Brees more when ahead to ice games and actually run far more often when behind. They find this balance they can win the Super Bowl, if they don't they'll be out in the divisional. Still excellent year so far.

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