With the 49ers thrashing the Packers 45-31, here’s a few final things Atlanta needs to remember before facing the Seahawks.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The Atlanta Falcons have finished the season 13-3 and have locked up the top NFC Playoff seed. While the Falcon faithful do not want to relive the disastrous 2011 Green Bay game, the good news is this 2012 team is not like the 2010 team.
Yes, it’s cliche but, defense really does win championships. And when it comes to points given up in games, the Falcons and Seahawks are two of the top five stingiest teams in the league this year.
Believe it or not but with the second round of the NFL Playoffs just a few days away, only eight combined players for both the Falcons and Seahawks were listed on the Wednesday injury report.
With quarterback Matt Ryan, head coach Mike Smith and company hoping to prove to Falcons faithful that the fourth time’s the charm, there are four things Atlanta needs to do in order to finally end the “one-and-done” stigma of their team in the NFL Playoffs.
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