Saturday Night Football: ATL vs DET Open Thread

Submitted by Big_H on December 22nd, 2012 at 9:27 PM

Looked at the board and wondered why this hasn't been posted. So I thought to myself what a damn great time to make my first thread. Honestly though I have no idea about making a thread, and ths one most likely won't end well. As i'm typing this some other young Mgoblogger will beat me to the punch and hit the submit button seconds before me, but to hell with it I'm drinking ice cold beer and might have my first ever thread on the greatest blog alive. Cheers my friends!

What are the thoughts on the game so far? Down 14-3 in the 2nd quarter.

Also Megatron!? Will he pass rice?


UPDATE- It's halftime and we are down by a couple scores. What would you like to see the lions counter with this next half?

Calvin Johnson is also 65 yards away from rice, does he break the record tonight?

Who do you to see the Lions take in the up coming draft?



December 22nd, 2012 at 11:02 PM ^

I'm really looking forward to watching another once in a generation talent waste away with the Lions.  Five bucks says he retires after 9 seasons because the Lions have robbed him of his competitive drive. 

Wow, that was emo. 


December 22nd, 2012 at 11:32 PM ^

It has been said already, but I would fire Schwartz after kicking two FGs on 4th-and-short deep in Falcon territory.  You are 4-10; grow some balls and try to win the game. 


December 22nd, 2012 at 11:35 PM ^

Oh shut up Gruden.  One catch when the game is iced and it's tarnished?  Johnson broke the record with in less receptions than Rice and Rice had a HOF QB throwing to him.  And it's not meaningless; they can still possibly win this game.


December 22nd, 2012 at 11:36 PM ^

Also, can Gruden stop it with the "meaingless yards" crap?  I remember Rice setting that record with lots of receptions after the game was no longer in doubt.  He played on some great 49er teams, and that '95 squad and won a couple of games by 20+ points.  You don't break records without pouring it on at times, and that includes when you are winning or losing.