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Topic - Bowman
Aldon Smith appreciates these playoffs a little more.
This week in the Big Easy, NaVorro Bowman plans to finally make good on the steak dinner he owes pal Patrick Willis.
It's unanimous, on both sides of the ball.
The Falcons gladly took advantage of a short-handed Chiefs defense Sunday.
"We take pride on keeping teams out of the end zone," Bowman said. "They're going to make big plays, they're NFL players, too. But if we can hold up at the goal line four downs in a row that lets you know we're here to play and it's going to be a long day."
"Without a doubt we know Aldon would be there if he didn't have his setback," Bowman said.