It is often said that timing is everything and the Atlanta Falcons certainly had their clocks properly dialled in. Along with the first Super Bowl Championship Game, Atlanta arrived on the National Football League scene in time for the 1966 season. Home Depot co-founder Arthur Blank purchased the Dirty Birds in 2002. Blank also owns the Atlanta United FC soccer squad that joined the MLS, along with Minnesota United, in time for the 2017 pro soccer season.
Atlanta Falcons Next Game
After 26 years at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, the Black Birds nested in the Georgia Dome from 1992 to 2016. The Falcons soared into Mercedes-Benz Stadium, their opulent new home field, to open the NFL 2017 season. Our odds for the Falcons next game, home or away, are always LIVE.
Atlanta Falcons Football Schedule
Speaking of home or away, when bettors need to know where they are playing, the Atlanta Falcons football schedule is always LIVE here at CSB. Quickly check if the Falcons are flying as their victories will be highlighted in green. Updating in real time, check back on game day for LIVE score updates.
Atlanta Falcons Standings
Reincarnated, during the 2016 NFL season, the Dirty Birds ruled the NFC South roost with an 11-5 record en route to their franchise second Super Bowl appearance. As part of a proper research path check the Atlanta Falcons standings anytime as their NFL rank updates LIVE after each game.
Bet On Atlanta Falcons Games
Somewhat vanilla in the grand scheme of the National Football League, the Falcons often fly under the radar when it comes to NFL headline making. During their early years in the league, wins were tough to come by and the Falcons were largely underdog picks on betting cards. Atlanta recorded just one winning season (9-5 in 1973) and posted a 57-107-4 record over their first 12 years in the NFL. More losing than winning would ensue through the next two decades as the Falcons earned four winning seasons from 1978 to 1997 during which the Black Birds posted a 125-186-1 mark.
Closing out the first 50 Super Bowl years, Atlanta morphed into a quasi contender as they recorded eight winning seasons over an 18 year span. Atlanta made their first ever playoff appearance, and earned their franchise first postseason win, during their 13th campaign as the Falcons finished 9-7 in the NFC West Division. Led by quarterback Steve Bartkowski, who tossed two fourth quarter TD passes, Atlanta posted a 14-13 NFC Wild Card Weekend win over the Philadelphia Eagles prior to dropping a 27-20 decision in Dallas to the Cowboys in the NFL 1979 NFC Divisional playoff round.
During the first fifty Super Bowl seasons, Atlanta earned twelve postseason berths and the Black Birds posted a 7-12 record over 19 playoff contests. Within that run, the Falcons claimed one NFC Championship (1998) but were bashed 34-19 by the Denver Broncos during Super Bowl XXXIII. Atlanta closed out the stay in their Georgia Dome nest in style as they posted Divisional and NFC Championship wins over Seattle and Green Bay respectively. Those huge victories propelled the Falcons to their second big game appearance – Super Bowl LI versus the New England Patriots.
During the first overtime match in Super Bowl history, Atlanta let a 28-9 end of the 3rd quarter lead evaporate and fell 34-28 to NEP and the GOAT Tom Brady. The Falcons now soar into a brand new stadium, they’ve tasted the Big Game, and will be a team to watch moving forward. NFL preseason, regular season and postseason, Canada Sports Betting helps Falcons fans fly through a huge chunk of their betting research. LIVE odds, recent scores and Atlanta’s overall NFL standings are always updated in real time. Once you have properly vetted the Falcons next match, and checked our picks on Facebook, the top ranked CSB sportsbooks will get your wager placed super fast – in a safe and secure manner. Our recommended bookmakers are the best in the online betting business.