Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Diehardblues, Apr 18, 2017.
Rod, get to work on the new secondary.
Good Cowboys Sunday night.
I have Yankee vs Ranger tickets for Sunday afternoon.
Ratings are all that matters which is why it makes sense for the Cowboys to have the game. Any other reason, no. IMO, you still should have your biggest rival break in that stadium.
yeah man, i'm so tired of playing them on opening day
I'm just going to day it. Their new stadium looks like Megatron's hole.
Id rather not. I think our defense will grow as the year goes on and Id prefer not face a high octane offense right out of the gates. That said we will run it down thier throats.
The NFL schedule won't be released tonight, it's Thursday, according to reports.
Get the Falcon's early, before they're hitting on all cylinders! Get the Falcons early, while the fallout from the monumental collapse still weighs on their minds! Get the Falcons early, and you stand a good chance of beating them!
What? no Giants week 1? What gives?
Yes. I've went almost all day thinking today was Thursday
Man I'm wanting this schedule so I can make my plans for Atlanta.
We stand a good chance of beating anyone anywhere anytime. We're good.
If it's between the Cowboys and the Saints playing the Falcons on opening Sunday Night the decision for the league is a no-brainer. The Saints are a division rival but of course no team has the cache or exposure that the Cowboys do, and given the weak tv ratings last year for games that didn't involve the Cowboys the league will obviously want to start on a strong note.
Excellent point. Teams that lose the Super Bowl frequently regress significantly the following season. Just look at what happened to Carolina last year. And the Falcons Super Bowl loss was the most devastating in history. I'm very interested to see how they respond to it.
Falcons 42, Cowboys 20
This team has a swagger, Dak and Zeke have an attitude and are hungry unlike the cast that Romo had.
Give us a Sunday night opener. We need to announce that we're here to run the NFC for the next decade.
While I'm expecting 6-10 season, I do think we beat Atlanta.
Theres no way that SB loss doesn't leave permanent mental damage.
Falcons aren't recovering after that loss.
Were not playing the stadium were playing the Falcons.
Yeah but they know nobody is going to watch the Saints, Panthers nor the Buccaneers. NFL is a money business and they know who the money team is.