The Schedule in 2013
The Atlanta Falcons are known for putting on shows for their dedicated fan base, with a steady
stream of top-tier matchups on their schedule each and every season also helping pack the stadium on a regular basis. Everyone
knows that NFC South rivalries like New Orleans, Tampa Bay and Carolina are absolute must-sees, though that's not something
that you're going to figure out sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.
But even though
we all know that you should get out to see as many NFC South matchups as possible if you're a Falcons fan, there are plenty
of other amazing matchups from season to season that will have fans talking all over town. Down the home stretch of 2013,
you can catch great road games in Green Bay and San Fran not to mention anticipated home games against Washington and Seattle.
Once you're there in the stands with tens of thousands of your fellow fans, you'll understand loud and clear what all the
buzz is about.
NFL football has plenty of great games on the schedule each and every season,
from plenty of top-tier preseason matchups and regular season battles to games to playoff clashes that you'll have to see
first-hand to believe. These are some of the best athletes in the entire world, though that's something that you need to see
for yourself to truly appreciate. Will you be there when your favorite player hauls in the clutch, game-winning catch that
is headed straight for the highlight reels? There's nothing like being in the stands when the game is on the line, so ditch
the couch, brush off the potato chips and get ready to see a game you won't soon forget.
Atlanta Falcons are never exactly lacking in explosive playmakers, making it always a good idea to get out and see for yourself
how quickly they can change the dynamic of a big game. Of course, you need a signal caller to have much of a shot at a title
in the NFL, and the Falcons are glad to have one of the best in Matt Ryan, who has been steadily rising up the ranks in recent
seasons and giving fans plenty of hope for this franchise's very bright future.
But the Falcons aren't only a strong
team because of their quarterback, as weapons Roddy White and Julio Jones always strike fear in the hearts of secondaries
all over the league. Defensively, the Falcons also have some serious playmakers, helping make them a well-rounded team capable
of playing with absolutely anybody on a given Sunday.
Did you know that Jamal Anderson
had the 16th most prolific rushing season in NFL history back in 1998?
Back when Anderson was doing the Dirty Bird all
the time in the endzone, he was doing much more than just celebrating, as he was dicing defenses left and right on his way
to an NFC-best 1,846 rushing yards in 1998 to help lead the Falcons all the way to the Super Bowl. Though the Falcons ultimately
came up just shy of a title, fans still recall the days of Jamal Anderson with smiles on their faces, as he was at one time
one of the most explosive backs in the league and helped give the franchise one of their brightest points.
The Atlanta Falcons began their journey in the National Football League in June of 1965, and since then have
given their fans some major thrills over the years. With a promising team loaded with some of the stars of both today and
tomorrow, Falcons' fans are daydreaming about their team making a title run sooner rather than later, making this the perfect
season to finally get out and see what all the buzz is about. Falcons-Saints tickets are some of the hottest items on the
schedule each year, though there are plenty of other top-tier matchups that you won't want to get left out of this season.
Falcons' fans definitely know a thing or two about showing their support for the hometown team, though
that's something that you have to see for yourself to truly appreciate. We all know that you can get an idea of what the game
is like from home, sort of, but it's a completely different experience to actually feel the pulse of the crowd as the Falcons
dig in looking to make one more big play to seal the deal. Hope springs eternal in Atlanta, giving you plenty of reasons to
come out and participate in the camaraderie first-hand. Even though Atlanta is also known for being a great college sports
town as well, there is denying how much fans love their hometown Falcons, making them always a team to watch as they look
to rise up the NFC South standings and take a crack at that elusive title that fans know is coming sooner or later.