Patriots have eight players listed on IR/Falcons have three that will probably play
The Atlanta Falcons are in the biggest game of their franchise’s history but pundits are not showing any respect to the NFC Champions in deference to the AFC Champion New England Patriots extensive championship pedigree.
Within the Falcons six game winning streak, they have defeated their opponents by a 20 point average while the Patriots streak of nine games they defeated their opponents by a 17 point margin.
Quarterback Matt Ryan blitzed through that winning streak with an NFL record with a 133.0 passing rating (through six games) in which he completed 72.8% of his passes with a 9.5 yards per attempt and 18 touchdowns with zero interceptions. His regular season average of 9.3 yards per pass.
Tickets are selling at a brisk pace but plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available as well as ticket packages. Get yours today and help celebrate the Super Bowl in Houston, Texas.
Falcons and Patriots tangle in the NFL Finale
Matt Ryan has emerged as the most prolific quarterback in the NFL this season and has looked more like Tom Brady of old than Tom Brady does this season. There is a reason for that, actually. You see, Ryan studied Tom Brady and other high scoring NFL quarterbacks.
I decided I would spend the early part of the off-season studying the high-scoring offenses in the NFL that had personnel similar to ours here in Atlanta. – Matt Ryan
Matty Ice vs Tom Brady
In a head to head comparison with Brady this season, Matt Ryan comes out on top in every statistical category.
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Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl LI will take place at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Last year, Super Bowl 50 was the third most watched event in Television History and this year looks to be no different. Tickets have been selling at a brisk pace and the weather for Super Bowl LI looks to be amazing as February is notoriously dry in Houston.
Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab a friend and grab your tickets and witness history in person.
Falcons take out Seahawks/Packers take out Cowboys
The Atlanta Falcons (12-5) defeated the Seattle Seahawks (11-6-1) on Saturday to move on to the NFC title round with the Green Bay Packers (12-6) after they defeated the Dallas Cowboys (13-4) the following day. Tickets for the next round will go fast.
Matt Ryan completed the game and the victory with a nine play/99 yard drive that took nearly three minutes that put the Falcons up by nine. They never looked back after that.
“That drive was a synopsis of what we did all day,” QB Matt Ryan said. “We executed really well.”
They will need to keep that execution in check as they take on the Green Bay Packers Sunday evening.
“It’s a ton of fun,” tight end Levine Toilolo said. “There’s guys all over this offense that can make plays. It doesn’t fall on one guy. Receivers, tight ends, running backs, the guys up front, Matt … that’s what’s hard to defend.”
The Packers best be prepared.
Great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab yours today and help cheer on your Falcons to Victory!