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|Founded in 1965, the Atlanta Falcons began their professional football career as an expansion team. Today, the Falcons are members of the NFC South Division of the NFL, and the team calls the Georgia Dome home.
Atlanta played their first season in 1966. While the team was able to sweep up many top-notch players in several of their first drafts, they did not post their first winning record until 1971, a season highlighted by a 28-21 win over the Green Bay Packers in their first nationally televised game.
In 1978, for the first time in team history, the Falcons made it to the playoffs, winning the Wild Card Game against the Philadelphia Eagles. In 1980, following a nine-game winning streak, the team posted a franchise best record and captured their first NFC Western Division title.
The Falcons migrated to their current home, the Georgia Dome, in 1992. Coach Dan Reeves, quarterback Chris Chandler and running back Jamal Anderson would lead the “Dirty Bird” Falcons, to its greatest season to date in 1999. The Flacons swooped in and upset the top-seeded Vikings during the NFC Championship game that led to an exciting overtime victory.
Despite falling short of the Super Bowl title in their first-ever appearance, the Falcons quickly recovered. The franchise acquired the first overall draft pick Mike Vick in 2001. In 2004, the franchise hired coach Jim L. Mora and the team won their third division title, earning a first-round bye into the playoffs. They defeated the St. Louis Rams 47-17, advancing to the NFC Championship again.
Four years later, the Falcons returned to the playoffs. Atlanta finished the 2008 regular season with a record of 11-5 and the No. 5 seed in the playoffs. That season, after defeating Minnesota 24-17, the Falcons clinched a wild card spot, and earned a trip to the playoffs, but fell to the eventual NFC champions, the Arizona Cardinals.
With the coveted Super Bowl title still just out of reach, the Falcons flew into 2010, earning a regular season record of 13-3, their best regular season since 1998. With the team’s third straight winning season under their belt, the Falcons secured their fourth overall divisional title and earned the top overall seed in the NFC playoffs. But, again the Super Bowl title evaded them.
In 2012, the Falcons had its best start at 8-0 a franchise record. That season they went nearly undefeated, finishing 13-3, clinching the number one seed in the NFC playoffs. Don’t miss your chance to see your Falcons fly high this season! Score your Atlanta Falcons tickets today!