Belicheats Pound Dixie Chicks; Atlanta NFC South Hopes Seem Done

November 19th, 2021

Beat down in Atlanta.

Not quite two weeks ago, it seemed like the surging Dixie Chicks might give the Bucs a fight in the NFC South race. Now? The Dixie Chicks look like Billy Sherman just tore through Atlanta.

Last night the Belicheats hammered the Dixie Chicks 25-0 — in Atlanta.

Atlanta is now 4-6 and firmly entrenched in Buccaneers Cove (last place in the NFC South). The Bucs are 6-3 and already beat the Dixie Chicks.

How bad has Atlanta collapsed? Since beating the slimy Saints 27-25 on Nov. 7, the Dixie Chicks have been outscored 68-3 in losses to the Cowboys and the Belicheats.

Joe figures the Dixie Chicks just need two more losses and it will be NFL draft season in not-so-Hotlanta and they will be out of the Bucs hair for 2021.

19 Responses to “Belicheats Pound Dixie Chicks; Atlanta NFC South Hopes Seem Done”

  1. Winny Testaverde Says:

    If not 2021…what a pathetic showing by those shat birds.

  2. Rod Munch Says:

    …and I truly believed in them, that they were going to make the playoffs…

    At the same time, the Pats have been playing amazing on defense and their offense is pretty good — while the Chicks lost their top WR to a nuthouse, and their best RB is another WR who was injured.

    But really, did anyone take them seriously? It’s like the idiots in Carolina thinking they’re a playoff team, and not one that will end the season 7-10.

  3. Sean Says:

    Is this Matt Ryan’s last year? Because he looks done. What QB desperate team is going to want him next year if they can’t get Desahun? He has the lowest QBR of his career and he already has 10 INTs.

  4. Bucs Win Says:

    Has a team ever had three different QB’s throw an interception in the same game before? That’s got to be a record. Atlanta is terrible.

  5. Beej Says:

    I have NE defense, Nick Folk kicker—58 points

  6. Joe Says:

    Has a team ever had three different QB’s throw an interception in the same game before?

    Yes. San Diego. Ryan Leaf, Jim Harbaugh and cannot remember the third.

  7. steele Says:

    So many gifts from the miserable NFC south and NFC “contenders”. Bucs benefit but imagine what it would look like, and how we’d feel, today if Bucs had won the last two.

  8. firethecannons Says:

    Lol!!!!!!!!! buccaneers cove and draft season in November is so familiar

  9. Swampbuc Says:

    Bucs win the division with 8-9 record.

  10. PassingThru Says:


    The third QB picked was Moses (don’t call me Dan) Moreno.

  11. Doctor Stroud Says:

    When the Dixie Chicks play the Bucs again, I bet that they will prepare like it’s the Super Bowl, bring their “A” game, and all of a sudden everyone on their team will miraculously get healthy. We’ve seen it too many times, like this next Monday.

  12. Tamlpabaybucfan Says:

    Dallas & New England are far better teams than they were when the Bucs beat them…..or they were very good then and we didn’t know it.

  13. Beeej Says:

    Atlanta’s O-line was hopelessly outclassed

  14. PassingThru Says:

    Well Belichick understands the value of having a good defensive secondary. Even after Gilmore forced his way out of town, there was quality backup depth.

  15. Listnfrmafar Says:

    I have watched Pat’s for many years, this is by far the best coaching by Belichick and McDaniels. This Patriots team is probably the best well balanced team in all three phases than any other in the NFL. No one in the AFC wants to play this team now. Bucs coaches could learn something from the creativeness of Patriots offense & Defense. Belichick used to beat Bowles Jets like a USC marching band drum.

  16. Hodad Says:

    I don’t think the Pats have better depth in the secondary, I think they have a better scheme, and coaching.

  17. John Sinclear Says:

    And they did it with a (by Joe standards) recycled QB from the SEC, who’s never played in the NFL before !

  18. PassingThru Says:

    @John Sinclear

    Actually Mac Jones was, in my view, the second best QB in that draft. I had him ranked behind Lawrence, mostly because of Lawrence’s incredible track record (I still think he holds the ball too long). Mac Jones was the most NFL-ready of the bunch, and had the highest floor of any of the first rounders. He throws a very accurate, catchable ball and actually had better accuracy at distance than Brady when the latter was a rookie. He has the best pocket presence as well, you never see him lose it despite getting beaten down repeatedly (that New England offensive line isn’t good this season). He also makes good decision, even under pressure (which is why I could not understand the Jets taking Zach Wilson as the second pick). The only question was arm talent, in other words were the catchable balls pure feather touch, or the result of having a noodle arm. That’s what dictated his ceiling, and for those who couldn’t see his workouts, that was a valid concern.

    That answer is that he has the arm to make all the throws. Mac Jones should have a long career as a franchise QB.

  19. ClodHopper Says:

    So close to 28-3. That would have been beautiful