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Falcons Football Tickets and Game Schedule

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PARKING: San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at TBA
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at TBA
San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at 1:25 PM
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at 1:25 PM
PARKING: Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at TBA
Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at TBA
Premium Tailgate Game Day Party: Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at 10:00 AM
Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at 10:00 AM
Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at 1:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at 1:00 PM
PARKING: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at TBA
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at TBA
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at 1:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at 1:00 PM
2020 Atlanta Falcons Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
Tuesday, Sep 01, 2020 at TBA
Tuesday, Sep 01, 2020 at TBA

The Atlanta Falcons entered 2017 trying to forget the Super Bowl meltdown from the previous year. They started the season winning their first three games, but then gave up three victories in a row. From there, they went 7-3 and wound up with a Wild Card spot in the playoffs. They defeated the Rams on Wild Card weekend before losing to the eventual Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in the divisional round. So what did they do this offseason to maintain the momentum?

The first move they made was to extended placekicker Matt Bryant for three more years. Next, they signed cornerback Leon McFadden to a one-year contract extension. Their “big” move in free agency was cornerback Justin Bethel. They also added offensive lineman Brandon Fusco and tight end Logan Paulson. Other than that, a very quiet free agency period for the Falcons.

By the time they were done wheeling and dealing, the Falcons ended up with just six selections in the 2018 NFL draft. In round one the replenished their receiving corps with Calvin Ridley from Alabama. In round two they went cornerback with Isaiah Oliver from Colorado. In round three they added depth to their defensive line with tackle DeAndre Senat from South Florida, a man with a high motor who will get playing time early. In round four they added depth behind their All-Pro running back tandem with Ito Smith from Southern Mississippi. With their last two selections they went wide receiver Russell Gage from LSU and safety Foyesade Oluokun from Yale. The Falcons are maybe the NFL’s most popular team at the moment, so it is very important to the league that this team is successful once again in 2018.

In Super Bowl history, have we ever seen a collapse quite like what the Atlanta Falcons experienced back in February? No. But this franchise rolls on, regardless of what happened on that fateful night. The Falcons had a busy offseason leading up to the draft. The first order of business was re-signing backup quarterback Matt Schaub and defensive tackle Courtney Upshaw. In addition, they also re-signed kick returner Andre Roberts and safety Kemal Ishmael. In April they finished the extensions by re-signing cornerback Desmond Trufant to a five-year deal. In free agency, they grabbed big defensive tackle Dontari Poe from the Kansas City Chiefs. In the draft, they had only six choices, but they made good decisions with those choices.

In round one they drafted speed rusher Takkarist McKinley from UCLA. He could play either rush linebacker or defensive end in this scheme. In round two they took the hard-nosed inside linebacker Duke Riley from LSU. In round three they drafted center Sean Harlow from Oregon State, and well, you don't draft a center this high unless you have long term plans for him. They finished their draft with three 5th round selections, cornerback Damontae Kazee from San Diego State, running back Brian Hill from Wyoming, and tight end Eric Saubert from Drake. The big question for Atlanta, is “Do they have another Super Bowl run in them before the team comes apart?”

Once again, they hope to be ready to forget about their dismal showing the last two years. Sadly, in 2014, the team lost in their final regular season game, losing the chance to make the playoffs. The team fired long time coach Mike Smith, and looks to Dan Quinn as their new leader. Every new NFL season brings new hope. The Falcons are a team that had an injury plagued, but still very surprising, 2013 season. They began year with Super Bowl aspirations but finished a lowly 4-12, tied for the third-worst record league-wide, with four other teams. Going back a few years, the Falcons were a pretty good for a while, but have no playoff success to show for it. This has caused current head coach Mike Smith to be put on the “hot seat” despite the regular season success. How will the organization make the needed adjustments, and turn things around?

The problems the Falcons needed to address this offseason was the performance of both the offensive and defensive lines. The team looked to the 2014 draft to fill major holes. How did they do on draft day? In the first round, they selected offensive tackle Jake Matthews from Texas A&M. Jake Matthews comes from the Matthews football bloodline, which is the same bloodline that Packers all-pro outside linebacker Clay Matthews is from. Jake Matthews was considered to be the most ready to play in the NFL offensive lineman in the draft. He is expected to start week one, possibly at right tackle. They also took a chance in round two on a talented defensive lineman from Minnesota named Ra'shede Hageman. Ra'shede Hagemen has all the skills to be an NFL regular, but he also seems to be one of those players who does not play hard all of the time. There are entire drives where he just disappears. The acquisition of Hagemen might come back to haunt the organization, but with the proper coaching, you never know what will happen. They also needed help at safety and got Dezmen Southward from Wisconsin. They added depth at running back with Devonta Freeman out of Florida State. They also added a late round addition at inside linebacker named Yawin Smallwood. He could wind up starting and make a big contribution due to current injuries that are sidelining current Falcons starters.

Falcons Football History Starts at 1965

The Atlanta Falcons were established on June 30th, 1965. They began play in the 1966 season. The Falcons played their home games at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium from 1966-1991. They moved into the Georgia Dome which is their home to this day. Despite moving in their so recently, the Georgia Dome has it's problems as the home of an NFL team, and so the Falcons are being estimated to move into new stadium in 2017. This will possibly be tied in with the Atlanta Braves quest for a new building. Throughout their history they have made the playoffs 12 times, won their division five times, won their conference once, and never won the Super Bowl.

The Falcons are currently a team that everyone is wondering why they haven't gotten deeper into the playoffs by now. This is a deep roster and they have one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL under center in Matt Ryan. If they don't make a great showing in 2014, this could spell the end of Mike Smith's career as the Falcons's head coach.

The Atlanta Falcons have been in a downward spiral since their Super Bowl meltdown against the Patriots and in 2018, that downward spiral may have bottomed out as one of the NFL’s best rosters on paper finished 7-9, nowhere near playoff contention.

This offseason, the Falcons top priority was their offensive line, and they got the job done in that regard. In free agency, the Falcons made four moves of note- they added offensive guard James Carpenter for four seasons, offensive guard Jamon Brown for three seasons, tight end Luke Stocker for two seasons, and running back Kenjon Barner for one season.

When it came to the draft, the Falcons made several trades, but still ended up with seven selections. Both of their first-round selections were offensive line- guard/center Chris Lidstrom from Boston College, and tackle Kaleb McGray from Washington. Carpenter, Brown, Lidstrom, and McGray could all start week one, that’s how bad the Falcons offensive line was a year ago. Their next two selections were a pair of defensive players- cornerback Kendall Sheffield from Ohio State, and defensive end John Cominsky from Charleston University. Their final three selections were running back Qadree Ollison from Pittsburgh, cornerback Jordan Miller from Washington, and wide receiver Marcus Green from Lousiana-Monroe. Other than in 2016, for some reason, the Falcons have never been able to put it all together. Their time to do so is running out.