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So How Many Streaks Have We Broken?


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-Peyton Manning's MNF winning streak/Our MNF losing streak(previously 0-3)

-Andy Reid's BYE streak, and the only loss came from the Falcons/Eagles overall streak of beating us IN Philly(over 20 years)...

-Cowboys win streak over undefeated teams...

-TB's game winning streak, which sent them on a downward spiral...

-Drew Brees' TD streak, handing him the worst possible game of his entire career/Aints win streak against us...

-Giants overall winning streak against Falcons in our own house(I believe it had been a very long time since we beat them there)

This all in the same season.

Ladies and gentlemen, next we will break SEA's little game winning streak. The one that has got their fans, players, and even coaches cocky. We will also break our playoff losing streak. It seems like ever since we knew we'd be facing SEA, time has slowed down incredibly. Sunday can't come soon enough.

Also, get ready to see a lot of this:

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Also, this is a pretty cool stat:

2. What trend do the Falcons fall into as a No. 1 seed playing the league's easiest schedule? Schedule is everything in the NFL, and the Falcons benefited by playing the league's easiest schedule. They won 13 games against a schedule with a .422 opponent winning percentage, a schedule that featured teams with combined records of 108-148. The good news for the Falcons is that of the past five times a team was the No. 1 seed after facing the league's easiest schedule, four made it to the Super Bowl. The St. Louis Rams parlayed a schedule with a .375 opponent winning percentage in 1999 to a Super Bowl victory over Tennessee. That was the third-easiest schedule in NFL history. The 2005 Seattle Seahawks, 2006Chicago Bears and 2009 New Orleans Saints had the easiest schedule and made it to the Super Bowl. Only the 2001 Pittsburgh Steelers failed to convert. That Steelers team lost to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. All five of those teams went 13-3 during the regular season, like this year's Falcons. For what it's worth, the Falcons were 3-0 against teams with winning records in 2012.

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