Atlanta is on fire and this time it is not the blaze of defeat during the Civil War. The city is burning with fervor of a fan base ready to host two NFL playoff games at the Georgia Dome before purchasing its Atlanta Falcons tickets for a trip toNew Orleansto represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLVII at the Superdome.
The Falcons earned the number one seed in the NFC despite finishing 3-3 in the NFC South. This is quite an achievement. Most division champs dominate against their own, butAtlantawent perfect outside of the division to make up for the loss to each of its division opponents. The regular season resume is highlighted by wins over the AFC’s number one seed, the Denver Broncos, and the winner of the NFC East, the Washington Redskins.
These wins came because the aerial assault unleashed by quarterback Matt Ryan, wide outs Roddy White and Julio Jones, and tight end Tony Gonzalez proved dominant and timely. Rarely would Ryan fail to deliver on a pivotal drive, as one can attest by looking at all the close wins during the regular season schedule. This passing game allowed the limited running game to be effectively utilized by Mike Smith. The coach had a rushing attack ranked fourth worst in the NFL, yet he managed to score 12 touchdowns. This became especially true down the stretch, when it became obvious passing alone was not going to carry the team during the season.
Another quirk is the defense’s performance. Despite ranking in the lower tier in yards allowed to the pass and the run and a minimal sack total, the Atlanta Falcons managed to boast the fifth-best scoring defense. The one thing the D did manage to do was cause turnovers. The defense will need to continue to cause turnovers and the run defense will need to improve and stop the opposition consistently in order for Atlanta Falcons playoff tickets to be sold for a date at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
|Atlanta Falcons Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)||Sep 6, 2017
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