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Atlanta has a dream. Two seasons after losing to the Patriots in Super Bowl LI, and one season after being eliminated by the Eagles in the divisional round, Atlanta wants to win the Super Bowl. Guide to watch NFL Football Atlanta Falcons live stream online, news, rankings, photos, more on NFL TV Pass.
That’s right. Every team wants to win the Super Bowl. But not every team is hosting the event like the Falcons are this season.
They return a full set of skill player who don’t seem to be losing a step. They enter the second year of offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian’s system, so they should be more comfortable. So, why not? Maybe the Falcon will be the first team to ever play a Super Bowl in their home stadium.
This is how we see the Atlanta Falcons’ 2018 season unfolding, game-by-game:
Week 1: Falcons (0-0) at Eagles (0-0)
Schedule makers won’t make it easy for the Falcons to get a jump on their dream. Playing in the season-opening Thursday night game where the Eagles will unfurl their Super Bowl Championship banner is a tall order.
Emotion alone might be enough for the Eagles on this night. But just in case, they will line up with 18 or 19 of their 2017 starters for another season. (Eagles 24-13)
Week 2: Panthers (1-0) at Falcons (0-1)
One of the two other NFC South teams to make the playoffs last season provides the Falcons with another test in Week 2. Panthers’ coach Ron Rivera has made it clear he expects his team to be the NFC Super Bowl team.
The Panthers back their coach’s words up with a dominant performance in Atlanta. Matt Ryan can’t connect with Julio Jones all game, leading to questions as to whether Steve Sarkisian will ever find a way to properly use his star receiver. (Panthers 24-14)
Week 3: Saints (2-0) at Falcons (0-2)
New Orleans marches in to face their biggest challenge of the early season. When they hear who the Falcons have played already, they laugh.
Matt Ryan shrugs and says, “If we’re going to be champions, we’ll have to beat these three teams eventually.” Today, it won’t happen. Brees opens it up against his division mates while he waits for Mark Ingram’s return. (Saints 27-21)
Week 4: Bengals (0-3) at Falcons (0-3)
If your team faces a must-win scenario in 2018, there are few teams better equipped to help you than the Bengals. There is already rebellion in the airwaves of Cincinnati. Rumors that the offensive coordinators are acting independently of Marvin Lewis are validated by sideline posturing.
Matt Ryan throws ten consecutive passes to Julio Jones before throttling things down out of kindness towards the Bengals. (Falcons 26-7)
Week 5: Falcons (1-3) at Steelers (3-1)
After the Bengals game, Dan Quinn says it is good to past the hard part of their schedule and start winning some easy games. The quote finds it way to the Steelers’ locker room. More colorful quotes land on banners and signs ready for the Falcons arrival.
After the Falcons withstand the Steelers attack and walk away with the victory, Quinn shrugs at the crowd lining the tunnel entrance and says, “told ya!”
Week 6: Buccaneers (0-4) at Falcons (2-3)
Tampa Bay is unimpressed with Atlanta’s early schedule woes. They are wrapping up a five-game stretch of four playoff teams and the Bears in Chicago.
Tampa plays their best game of the season, but Julio Jones has a touchdown for the third consecutive game and Devonta Freeman does the rest. (Falcons 20-14)
Week 7: Giants (2-4) at Falcons (3-3)
Eli Manning and the Giants are facing their fifth playoff team in seven games, too. But a little luck and a potent offensive attack salvaged a pair of upsets so far. Maybe they can have more luck in front of a Monday Night Football crowd.
Atlanta takes advantage of the Giants uncertain defense to put up points. But not as many as Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham put up on the Falcon defense. (Giants 27-24)
Week 8: The Falcons are on their bye week.
Week 9: Falcons (3-4) at Redskins (2-5)
Alex Smith is having a rough time of things on the field and over the airwaves in Washington. The Redskins are coming off a rare win versus the Giants in Week 8. Little else has been going right.
Atlanta had a series of team meetings and events to clear the air and calm down after their rocky start to the season. A relaxed Matt Ryan guides his arsenal through the Redskins defense with ease. (Atlanta 28- 17)
Week 10: Falcons (4-4) at Browns (3-6)
At one point, Cleveland was 3-3. After three losses, they are in a foul mood for the Falcons’ game. Coach Quinn warns his players the Browns are a different team than recent seasons.
Sure enough, Cleveland takes away the Falcons’ passing game and has the Falcons on their heels throughout the game. But Atlanta recovers in time behind the running tandem of Freeman and Tarik Coleman to salvage a victory. (Falcons 19-17)
Week 11: Cowboys (4-5) at Falcons (5-4)
It was a close call in Cleveland, but the Falcons are finally above .500. Dallas is coming off a tough loss to the Eagles to face another playoff contender.
Ryan enjoys one of his best passing games of the season in leading the Falcons to an easy win. (Falcons 27-10)
Week 12: Falcons (6-4) at Saints (7-3)
Atlanta travels to the big easy for a Sunday night rematch with the Saints. Matt Ryan is reminded of his quote before the first game. Quinn calls the matchup a playoff game.
Eachteams throws their entire arsenal of rushes, passes, and tricks at each other. In a very entertaining contest, Ryan and the Falcons find just enough points to secure the much-needed victory. (Falcons 28-24)
Week 13: Ravens (6-5) at Falcons (7-4)
Baltimore survived a five-game losing streak to bounce back into the AFC North division race. The Ravens are mixing up their offense well and look primed to return to the playoffs.
But Atlanta isn’t ready to slow their own march to the playoffs. Both offenses make big plays, but it is a big stop by the Falcon defense that keeps Atlanta rolling. (Falcons 24-21)
Week 14: Falcons (8-4) at Packers (9-3)
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are rolling along but can’t shake the Vikings in the race for the NFC North. They need to win to stay in first place.
Ryan has his Falcons even with the Saints and just a game behind the Panthers. He has no intention of losing either. But regardless of his intentions, another good offensive show falls short of another Rodgers miracle. (Packers 27-24)
Week 15: Cardinals (3-10) at Falcons (8-5)
New Orleans and Carolina are complaining about their season-ending schedule, which includes two games against each other and a third against a playoff contender.
Atlanta chuckles and takes care of business against the rebuilding Cardinals. (Falcons 28-14)
Week 16: Falcons (9-5) at Panthers (10-4)
Playoffs start early for the Falcons. With only one game left, a loss to the Panthers could end their season. On the other hand, they could be in first place by tiebreakers if they win and the Saints lose to the Steelers.
The game is in the quarterbacks’ hand as rushing lanes have been closed. Atlanta’s defense makes the Panthers settle for two early field goals and that sets up Ryan for late-game heroics. There is no need to go for two. (Falcons 21-20)
Week 17: Falcons (10-5) at Buccaneers (5-10)
The Saints, Panthers, and Falcons are each 10-5. While the other two contenders play each other, the Falcons draw the 5-10 Buccaneers. If the Falcons win, they are in the playoffs. If they lose, they need help.
Winning is the preferred method. They thank the football gods for giving them the easier path. What they don’t seem to pay attention to is that the Buccaneers already beat the Saints and Panthers over the past three weeks. Sure enough… (Buccaneers 20-16)
What happens next?
For the second season in a row, the Falcons secure the second wild-card spot with a 10-6 record. Their projected path to the Super Bowl will be longer than they wished, but they are still alive. And it starts in New Orleans against the Saints.
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