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From out of the torrent of ridicule and disparagement that has characterized the coverage of the Atlanta Falcons since the end of the 2020 season, there have been some small rays of sunshine. The Falcons draft was named top of the league this season by some sources. That was also the case with their UDFA class as well. The latest nugget is this article in which two different Falcons Wire writers predict the DirtyBirds are going to win three out of four games in their toughest four-game stretch of the season. The four-game stretch was chosen by Cynthia Frelund of NFL.com and starts with the Falcons week 12 game on the road vs Jacksonville. That's followed by a match-up vs the Bucs at MBS in week 13, the Panthers at Carolina in week 14, and concluding with a tough challenge on the road at San Francisco in week 15. Oddly enough, there were no predictions of which three games the Falcons would win, but Matt Urben and Deen Worley believed the Falcons would come out of that stretch 3-1. The Falcons play New England and Detroit before and after that four-game stretch, with Atlanta being favored vs Detroit and with good chances to beat New England. What do you think of the Falcons' chances of taking three out of those four? Definitely doable, but they'll have to beat the 49ers or Bucs to pull it off. I'm going to agree with them. The Falcons win the games they should win vs Jax and Carolina and upset either the Bucs at home or surprise San Fran on the road. Very, very short article and from a very iron-clad, trusted source in Falcons Wire and positively upbeat compared to most assessments of our chances this season. Now before you click that link to the article, please rate this post FIVE stars and kick that LIKE Button for a 58-yard Koo-style FG. https://thefalconswire.usatoday.com/2021/06/30/atlanta-falcons-nfl-schedule-nfc-south/?utm_source=falconswire&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=pos2headline&env=d285247f76cb0c68eec4ee0c83dd0c50fa5f2a20476b6c9e14d9ce1617a18605