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Atlanta Falcons Tickets

Atlanta Falcons Tickets
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Hungry to get back to relevance, the Falcons started 2014 2-1, including a 56-14 clobbering of Tampa Bay. But then five straight losses killed the buzz. The league’s worst defense by yards simply had no answer for opposing quarterbacks. They allowed more than 300 total yards to every opponent after that 2-1 start, including 558 to an offensively-challenged Minnesota team. To combat these issues, the Falcons signed LB Justin Durant and DE Adrian Clayborn and drafted first round LB Vic Beasley (Clemson) and second round CB Jalen Collins (LSU). Indiana running back Tevin Coleman should see immediate playing time alongside Devonta Freeman. Now that Steven Jackson is out of the picture the dormant running game should improve. Matt Ryan needs that to clear passing lanes to Julio Jones (104 rec, 1,593 rec yards), Roddy White (80 rec, 921 yards). But the real question here is the defense, and there will be a ton of pressure on Beasley to produce immediately. An improving yet easy division makes their path easier. The Atlanta Falcons operate under head coach Dan Quinn at the Georgia Dome in downtown Atlanta, where’ll they’ll play through 2016 before moving into a new open-air stadium they’ll share with the city’s expansion MLS team. The Ryan era brought four playoff appearances in five seasons between 2008 and 2012, but the last two seasons have been highly disappointing. 10 wins across the two seasons cost coach Mike Smith his job. But Smith was the first Atlanta coach to lead the Falcons to the playoffs in back to back seasons. Perhaps a victim of failing to meet the bar that he raised, owner Art Blank wants back in the playoffs. The Falcons have been to the Super Bowl just once, losing in 1998 to the Broncos, but have five division titles and 12 playoff appearances all time. In a city that has lost two NHL franchises and struggled with attendance for the Braves and Hawks, the new stadium reaffirms the NFL’s commitment to the city, and the Falcons as the dominant team of the South. Watch the Falcons’ highflying Ryan-White-Jones trio go long at the Dome this fall! 2015 home opponents include Philly on Monday night, Houston, Washington, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, Minnesota, Carolina, and New Orleans. Get your Falcons tickets from Gold Coast Tickets today!