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Under the current circumstances of the team does yesterday’s highly embarrassing 53-32 loss to the Texans make it into .....The Top 10 most Embarrassing Losses in Falcons History?

Without a doubt the SB loss after being up 28-3 with only 17 minutes left in the game is #1 on that list 

What are your top 10 most embarrassing Falcons losses? And does yesterday’s loss against the Texans make it on your top 10 list ?

 

Here is my top 10 list of all-time embarrassing losses in Falcons history.  

#1 of the list without a doubt is:
On February 5, 2017 We lost the SB to the New England Patriots after dominating the entire game and leading 28-3 with just over 17 minutes left in the game. definitely the most embarrassing loss in Falcons History

The AFC champion New England Patriots, after trailing by as many as 25 points (28–3) during the third quarter, defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 34–28 in overtime. As such, the game is also known as "28–3" after the Falcons' blown lead. 
The Patriots' 25-point comeback is the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, and Super Bowl LI was the first to be decided in overtime.
The Falcons entered the game after completing an 11–5 regular season record, and were trying to win their first Super Bowl title, having lost their only previous appearance in Super Bowl XXXIII.
After a scoreless first quarter, Atlanta scored 21 points before New England made a field goal with two seconds left in the second quarter, to make it a 21–3 halftime lead. The Falcons then increased their lead to 28–3 midway through the third quarter, with quarterback Matt Ryan completing 
his second touchdown pass. The Patriots then scored 25 unanswered points to tie the game, 28–28, with 57 seconds left in regulation. New England won the overtime coin toss, received the kickoff and drove 75 yards to win with a 2-yard touchdown run by running back James White. 
When the game ended, more than 30 team and individual Super Bowl records had been either broken or matched. White's 14 receptions and his 20 points scored (from 3 touchdowns and a two-point conversion) were among these broken records. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who also 
broke single-game Super Bowl records with 43 completed passes, 62 pass attempts, and 466 passing yards, was named Super Bowl MVP for a record fourth time.
On the following day a number of national media outlets immediately hailed the game as the greatest Super Bowl of all time. Most Atlanta Falcons fans were not surprised by the outcome and simply hailed it as business as usual for the Falcons and just another loss in typical Falcons fashion 

#2 of the top 10 list
On January 20, 2013 We lost the NFC championship game at the GA Dome the SF 49ers - the Falcons dominated their opponent in the first half of the game --only to make a severe comedy of errors and mis-judgments in the 2nd half --culminated by having 4 downs in the redzone at the end of the game and were unable to score at home ---AGAIN!  

San Francisco overcame a 17-point deficit, the largest comeback ever in an NFC Championship Game, to earn their sixth Super Bowl appearance in franchise history. It was their first road playoff win in 24 years. Ironically, the previous biggest comeback in NFC Championship history was the Falcons overcoming a 13-point deficit in the 1998 NFC title game. This marked the seventh year in a row where the NFC Champion came from the division that faced the AFC East in the regular season.
Atlanta dominated the first quarter, mainly on plays by receiver Julio Jones, who caught five passes for 100 yards, including a 46-yard touchdown catch on their opening drive, and a 27-yard reception on their next drive to set up a Matt Bryant field goal. Following a punt, Matt Ryan hit Roddy White for a 23-yard gain on the last play of the first quarter. Then he threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Jones on the first play of the second, giving the Falcons a 17–0 lead.
This time San Francisco struck back with an 80-yard scoring drive, with Frank Gore rushing for 20 yards and Vernon Davis catching a pass for 27. LaMichael James finished the drive with a 15-yard touchdown run. Then, after forcing a three-and-out, Colin Kaepernick rushed for 23 yards and completed three passes to Davis for 48 yards, the last a 4-yard touchdown pass to make the score 17–14. But Atlanta stormed back as Ryan completed five passes for double-digit gains on their next drive, the last one a 10-yard score to tight end Tony Gonzalez with 25 seconds left in the half.
The 49ers took the opening kickoff and drove 82 yards, with Kaepernick completing two passes to Randy Moss for 38 yards and one to tight end Delanie Walker for 20. Gore completed the drive with a 5-yard touchdown run, cutting their deficit to 24–21. On Atlanta's ensuing possession, defensive back Chris Culliver gave San Francisco a great chance to tie or take the lead by intercepting a pass from Ryan and returning it to the Falcons 25-yard line. But San Francisco failed to gain a first down and came up empty when David Akers hit the uprights on a 38-yard field goal try. Later on, the 49ers got another scoring opportunity when defensive lineman Aldon Smith recovered a fumble from Ryan on his own 40-yard line. They subsequently drove deep into Falcons territory, but once again they failed to score when defensive back Dunta Robinson stripped the ball from Michael Crabtree on the 1-yard line as he tried to get in for the go-ahead score, and linebacker Stephen Nicholas recovered it.
With 12 minutes left in regulation, Ted Ginn Jr.'s 20-yard punt return gave San Francisco the ball on the Falcons 38-yard line. Five plays later, Gore scored his second touchdown on a 9-yard run, giving the 49ers their first lead of the game at 28–24. 
Atlanta responded with a drive to the 49ers 13-yard line, but consecutive incompletions on third and fourth down caused a turnover on downs with just 1:13 left in the game. Kaepernick completed 16 of 21 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown, along with 21 rushing yards. Davis caught five passes for 106 yards 
and a score. Gore rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns. Ryan completed 30 of 42 passes for 396 yards and three touchdowns, with one interception. Jones caught 11 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns, while White had seven receptions for 100 yards. Gonzalez caught eight passes for 78 yards and a score.

#3 on the top 10 list
On December 30, 1978 We lost the Divisional Playoff game to the Dallas Cowboys 27-20.  Despite the Cowboys losing 3 fumbles to the Falcons and the Falcons knocking the Cowboys starting QB out the game--the Falcons  somehow again found a way to lose this game in embarrassing fashion

After losing three fumbles and their starting quarterback due to injury in the first half, Dallas rallied back from a 7-point deficit with two touchdowns in the second half to secure the win.
Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach converted a 3rd and 16 with a 39-yard completion to Drew Pearson as he led the team 57 yards in 12 plays score on their opening drive with a 34-yard field goal by Rafael Septien. Atlanta responded by driving 78 yards in 8 plays to take a 7-3 lead with Bubba Bean's 14-yard touchdown run. On the first play of the next possession, Staubach completed an 18-yard pass to tight end Jackie Smith. Three plays later, punter/reserve quarterback Danny White kept the drive going with a 12-yard run on a fake punt, and Scott Laidlaw ran for a 21-yard gain on the next play. Laidlaw eventually finished the 10-play, 76 yard drive with a 13-yard touchdown run, giving Dallas a 10-7 lead.
Atlanta had to punt on their next drive, but Butch Johnson muffed the kick and Tom Moriarty recovered the ball for the Falcons on the Dallas 25-yard line. Three plays later, Tim Mazzetti kicked a 42-yard field goal to tie the game at 10 roughly a minute into the second quarter. Dallas responded by driving 46 yards in 10 plays to take a 13-10 lead with a 48-yard field goal from Septien. But Atlanta got a big break on the ensuing kickoff when a 15-yard personal foul penalty against Dallas turned Dennis Pearson's 36-yard return into a 51-yard gain and gave them the ball on the Cowboys 40-yard line. From there, Atlanta scored on a 7-play drive, the last one a 17-yard touchdown pass from Steve Bartkowski to Wallace Francis that gave the team a 17-13 lead. Dallas barely avoided disaster when they muffed the ensuing kickoff, managing to recover the ball in the end zone for a touchback. But on the next play, Tony Dorsett lost a fumble while being hit by Greg Brezina, and Falcons linebacker Dewey McClain recovered it on the Cowboys 30-yard line. The Dallas defense managed to keep Atlanta out of the end zone, but Mazzetti kicked a 22-yard field goal to give them a 20-13 lead with 50 seconds left in the half. Dallas then drove to the Falcons 35-yard line, but lost the ball on a fumbled snap in shotgun formation that was recovered by defensive back Tom Pridemore. To make matters worse for Dallas, Staubach was knocked out of the game on the drive due to a massive hit from linebacker Robert Pennywell, though they did manage to prevent Atlanta from scoring as a result of an interception by Randy Hughes.
Atlanta had to punt from deep in their territory on their opening drive of the second half, and Johnson returned it to the Falcons 49-yard line. Still, Dallas was unable to capitalize, as they lost their fourth turnover of the day, this time a pass from White that was intercepted by Rolland Lawrence. Still, Dallas quickly forced a punt and again achieved excellent field position as Johnson returned it 8 yards to their 46-yard line. Then White completed passes to Billy Joe Dupree and Laidlaw for gains of 24 and 15 yards as the team drove 54 yards in seven plays to tie the game, 20-20, on his 2-yard touchdown pass to Smith. Later on, Bartkowski threw a pass that was deflected by Cliff Harris and intercepted by defensive back Aaron Kyle, who returned it 15 yards to the Falcons 41-yard line.
On the next play, the last of the third quarter, Dupree took the ball on an end around play and ran for a 20-yard gain. Still, the Falcons defense managed to prevent a score, stopping the Cowboys over the next three plays before Septien missed a 31-yard field goal attempt. The next time Dallas got the ball, a bad Falcons punt gave them a first down on the Atlanta 30-yard line, where they drove to a 27-20 lead on Laidlaw's 1-yard touchdown run. The Cowboys defense then went on to dominate Atlanta for the rest of the game. After a punt from each team, Atlanta mounted a drive inside the Dallas 35-yard line, only to lose the ball when failing to convert a 4th and 1. The Falcons forced a punt and got one last chance to drive for a tying touchdown with 59 seconds and all three timeouts left. But Harris put an end to that prospect by intercepting a pass from Bartkowski and returning it 22 yards.
Laidlaw rushed for 66 yards and 2 touchdowns, while also catching a pass for 15. Dorsett rushed for 65 yards. Dupree caught 5 passes for 59 yards and rushed for 20. Bartkowski was held to just 8 of 23 completions for 95 yards, with 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions.
 
#4 on the top 10 list
On January 15, 2011 We lost the Divisional playoff game to the Packers at the GA Dome - the final score was 48-21. The game was a complete comedy of errors by the Falcons at home. 

The Packers blew out Atlanta by racking up 442 total yards, 28 first downs, and a franchise playoff record 48 points. Aaron Rodgers was nearly perfect, completing 31 of 36 passes for 366 yards and three touchdowns, while adding another score on the ground. Green Bay never punted the ball, and got a big performance from defensive back Tramon Williams, who picked off two passes from Matt Ryan and returned one of them 70 yards for a touchdown.
But early in the game, it seemed things would go in Atlanta's favor. After Michael Koenen's 33-yard punt pinned the Packers back at their own 8-yard line, Rodgers threw a short pass to Greg Jennings, who took off for a 30-yard gain. But he fumbled the ball after being hit from behind by Stephen Nicholas and defensive back Brent Grimes recovered the ball at the Green Bay 48-yard line. On the Falcons ensuing drive, a 22-yard reception by Michael Jenkins and a fourth down conversion run by Ovie Mughelli set up a 12-yard touchdown run by Michael Turner. Green Bay responded with an 81-yard scoring drive that took nearly eight minutes. Rodgers completed all seven of his passes for 48 yards on the drive, the last one a 6-yard touchdown toss to Jordy Nelson, who caught the ball near the sidelines and just managed to stretch the ball into the pylon while being shoved out of bounds. However, Atlanta quickly retook the lead when Eric Weems returned Mason Crosby's kickoff 102 yards for a touchdown, the longest scoring play in NFL playoff history.But the Packers suddenly stormed back with 35 unanswered points. Rodgers quickly completed two passes to Jennings for 22 yards and then hit James Jones for a 34-yard gain to the Falcons 16-yard line. Two plays later, fullback John Kuhn scored a 1-yard touchdown run to tie the game. Atlanta responded with a drive to the Packers 19-yard line. But on the next play, Charles Woodson sacked Ryan for a 7-yard loss. Then on third down, Williams stepped in front of a pass intended for Jenkins and made a leaping interception in the end zone. Rodgers took over and went back to work, completing six consecutive passes on an 80-yard scoring drive that ended with his 20-yard touchdown completion to Jones, giving the Packers a 21–14 lead with 42 seconds left before halftime. Aided by two pass interference penalties against Green Bay, Atlanta drove to the Packers 26-yard line. But once again the defense prevented a score. First linebacker Clay Matthews sacked Ryan for a 9-yard loss. Rather than attempt a 50-yard field goal, the Falcons tried one last play to move the ball closer. But Williams intercepted Ryan's pass and returned it 70 yards for a touchdown as time expired in the half.In the second half the Packers picked up right where they left off. Rodgers was sacked by John Abraham for a 10-yard loss on the first play. But it didn't stop Rodgers from completing five of six passes for 56 yards on an 80-yard scoring drive that ended with his 7-yard touchdown run, making the score 35–14. Atlanta was forced to a three-and-out on their next drive after a Green Bay replay challenge overruled a first down catch by Jenkins, and Koenen's punt went just 21 yards to midfield. Green Bay subsequently drove 50 yards and scored with Rodgers' 7-yard pass to Kuhn.
This time, the Falcons finally managed to respond. Ryan completed seven consecutive passes on their next drive, the last one a 6-yard touchdown throw to Roddy White. But Green Bay dominated the rest of the game, forcing two more turnovers that were both converted into field goals by Crosby, making the final score 48–21.
Jennings finished with eight receptions for 101 yards, while Nelson added eight receptions for 79 yards and a touchdown. This game gave Rodgers 10 touchdown passes in his first three playoff games, setting an NFL postseason record. Matthews had three tackles and two sacks. Weems had six kickoff returns for 195 yards. Turner, who rushed for over 1,300 yards during the season, was held to just 39 yards on 10 carries.
The Falcons' loss marked the third time in the last four seasons that the NFC's top seed would not advance past its first playoff game.
    
#5 on the top 10 list
On January 8, 2012 We lost Wild Card playoffs to the NY Giants on the road -the final score was a highly embarrassing 24-2

New York shut out Atlanta's offense, out-gaining them in total yards 442–247, while also limiting them to 4/14 on third down conversions and 0/3 on fourth down attempts resulting in a dominating win in the first playoff game at MetLife Stadium.
Both teams combined for just one first down over their first five possessions. Eventually, Atlanta managed to sustain a drive, but on the first play of the second quarter, quarterback Matt Ryan was stuffed for no gain on fourth down and one on the Giants 24-yard line. Two plays later, New York quarterback Eli Manning gave Atlanta the first points of the game by committing intentional grounding in the end zone, resulting in a safety that made the score 2–0. After forcing a punt, New York earned their first score with an 85-yard drive, featuring a 34-yard run by Brandon Jacobs, that ended with Manning's 4-yard touchdown pass to Hakeem Nicks, giving them a 7–2 lead.
In the second half, a 30-yard run by Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw set up a field goal by Lawrence Tynes. Atlanta responded with a drive to the New York 21-yard line, but once again they came up empty when Ryan was tackled for no gain on fourth and one for a second time. A few plays later, New York increased their lead to 17–2 with Manning's 72-yard touchdown completion to Nicks. In the fourth quarter, Manning threw his third touchdown pass, a 29-yarder to Mario Manningham. Meanwhile, all that lay in store for Atlanta were more punts and their third failed fourth down conversion attempt of the day.
Manning threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions, while Jacobs added 100 all-purpose yards. Nicks caught six passes for 115 yards and two scores.
The win marked New York's first playoff win since their victory in Super Bowl XLII and their first home playoff win since their victory in the 2000 NFC Championship Game; they were defeated in the 2005–06 playoffs by the Carolina Panthers in the wild card round and lost in the divisional playoffs to the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2008 season after clinching the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Atlanta's playoff losing streak reached four games with the loss.  ***This game was also notable for the fact that it was the first game in NFL postseason history in which a safety was the only score awarded to a team--putting the Falcons again in the NFL record books for all the wrong reasons!

#6 on the top 10 list
On December 26, 2011 We lost at the GA DOME to the New Orleans Saints 45-16.  It was another embarrassing "SAME 'OL FALCONS" loss on National TV that had Falcons Fan cussin' swearin'and screamin' on their way out of the GA Dome 

In a nationally televised rematch of a game that New Orleans won in overtime a few weeks earlier, the Falcons fell flat on their faces at the Superdome in crucial Week 16 divisional contest.
Atlanta led the game 10-7 after the first quarter, but the Saints outscored them 38-6 the rest of the way.
The Saints put the icing on the cake when Drew Brees connected with Darren Sproles for a nine-yard touchdown pass that put Brees over Dan Marino's record for passing yards in a season at the time.
New Orleans clinched the NFC South title with the victory.

#7 on the top 10 list
On September 8, 2013 We lost 23-17 to the New Orleans Saints. Another embarrassing loss on National TV at the GA DOME for Falcons Fans.  

After his yearlong suspension from the alleged “Bountygate” scandal, the New Orleans Saints were riding a major high entering their season opener with the Atlanta Falcons in 2013. Needless to say, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome was rocking with noise and emotion as this game came down to the very last second.
The Saints were up 23-17, but the Falcons were driving after starting back on their 20-yard line. Matt Ryan and company kept moving the chains, and suddenly we thought we were going to be very disappointed. Rob Ryan’s defense tightened up in the red zone, and on 4th and Goal from the Saints 3-yard line, Ryan went for tight end Tony Gonzalez, who was a notorious pain in the side.
The crowd erupted, and rookie safety Kenny Vaccaro was able to tip up the pass intended for Gonzalez that was intercepted by safety Roman Harper. The Saints won, and Sean Payton was back---thanks to the Falcons uncanny ability to find creative new ways to lose games they should win.

#8 on the top 10 list
On September 25, 2006 the Falcons were completely destroyed, embarrassed and humiliated by the New Orleans Saints 23-3 on National TV in the "Saints ReBirth" game in the 1st game in the New Orleans Superdome after Hurricane Katrina

#9 on the top 10 list
On October 24, 2004 the Falcons were taken out by the woodshed and beaten severely by the Kansas City Chiefs 56-10. It was a game that was so completely lopsided in all 3 phases it was really hard for Falcons Fans to watch without vomiting.  Unfortunately---It was an other record setting day for the Atlanta Falcons on the wrong side of the record books

56 points is a lot, that's eight touchdowns. It's even crazier when you realize all eight of those touchdowns came on the ground. The Chiefs set an NFL record that day with four rushing touchdowns from two different players -- Priest Holmes and Derrick Baylock. Holmes had four in the first half and Blaylock had one in the first half and three in the second half.

#10 on the top 10 list
On December 4, 1976 We were absolutely crushed by the Los Angeles Rams 59-0.  The Falcons defense allowed 569 yards and the Atlanta offense could only muster 81 yards the entire game. This was an insignificant game at the end of a really bad losing season but this makes the list by the sheer margin of loss (59 points) combined with the fact that we were completely shut out.

Honorable Mention (#11 on the list) 
On October 6, 2019 the Atlanta Falcons the 2019 dysfunctional Falcons put on an embarrassing display on both offense and defense to lose the Houston Texans 53-32. Houston Texans Will Fuller has big receiving day, Deshaun Watson rewrites the record books and Dan Quinn proves yet again that he is unfit to run an NFL defense or be a head coach in this league.  This game will go down in Falcons history as the game that "was the last straw that breaks the camel's back" and was the beginning of the end for Dan Quinn as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons.

 

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Of course every Falcon fan should have 28-3 on their list, but I was glad to see the Giants beating on your list when the Falcons got a safety as their only score. That Giants one came to mind early for me. Yesterday’s game could very well make the top ten!

The late seventies and early eighties loss to the Cowgirls and niners definitely on my list.

Good and refreshing post!

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I mean ya we lost 53-32 but honestly, we were down 8 with 3 min to go and just needed 1 stop on 3rd an 7. Then on 3rd and 3 with 100 seconds or so, we just needed to make a stop and have 30 ish seconds to try and score with a possibility of tying the game. So yes 53-32 looks bad, but this game was 40-32 and we had 2 chances to stop and get the ball back (which I doubted we could do). I'm not trying to be a sunshine optimist, but I am a realist, we make 1 stop, we have 2 min to try to go down and tie the game.

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2013 we got robbed by the refs. The NFL was advertising Campbell soup commercials for the Haur-Bowl before we even played the 49ers. 

10. The game in London vs Detroit was embarrassing

9. The game where Deion came back with SF, beat up Andre Rison for talking smack about him then ran back the INT pointing and laughing at our bench 

8. Eugene Robinson 

The other 7 embarrassments all fall under this current regime, nothing will ever top SBLI.

Yesterdays game was horrible but it wasn't even the worse performance this team has put out this year all the other teams just took their foot of the gas after halftime. 

We haven't seen embarassed yet, wait til Thanksgiving when Scarface and the SwampRats come to town 

 

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3 hours ago, Falcons Fan MVP said:

No not at all. We were up by 1 point at halftime. Definitely one of the worst defensive performances but offense played well. For me 24-2 was the most embarrassing.

Well we were also up by 28-3 on New England in the Super Bowl with 17 minutes left and that is probably #1 on most people’s lists

also we were also up quite a bit on the 49ers at halftime in the NFC championship at home as well and collapsed in that game as well

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Week 16.  2006  Carolina Panthers game at the dome.  Last game at home before Vick got suspended. 

 

10-3 score.  Chris Weinke the QB.  And they were running the wildcat (before it became popular) over and over.  We could not stop the run.  Jordan Gross the OT was just grinning ear to ear.  One of the worst losses ive witnessed in person at any level.  

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#9 on the top 10 list
On October 24, 2004 the Falcons were taken out by the woodshed and beaten severely by the Kansas City Chiefs 56-10. It was a game that was so completely lopsided in all 3 phases it was really hard for Falcons Fans to watch without vomiting.  Unfortunately---It was an other record setting day for the Atlanta Falcons on the wrong side of the record books

56 points is a lot, that's eight touchdowns. It's even crazier when you realize all eight of those touchdowns came on the ground. The Chiefs set an NFL record that day with four rushing touchdowns from two different players -- Priest Holmes and Derrick Baylock. Holmes had four in the first half and Blaylock had one in the first half and three in the second half.

 

 This game right here besides SB 51 forever haunts me. So embarrassing. They found the weak spot in our D-line on one side and kept running the same play to that side relentlessly and we couldn't stop it to save our lives. I was livid watching that. I remember the announcers saying "There's that formation again, get ready for it!!" 

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I saw #1, #2, #4, and #7 in person... those hurt...

One of the WORST for me though was I believe 2015 when the Browns came to the GA Dome, we were down with 2 minutes left, drove the field, scored with :32 seconds left and the sound guy instantly played "All we do is win"...

Browns drove the field and kicked a field goal for the win and since that game they have never played that song till after the clock reads 0:00...

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28-3 sealed the deal for me. I went to a SB party and everyone besides me were Patriots fans. Not true fans, bandwagon fans. None of them knew much about football or watched regular season games. I had watched every single Falcons game snce the 01 season and when we were up 28-3 it was the pinnacle of my Falcons fandom. An hour later every single person there was laughing and mocking me and all I could do was take it. The most humiliating defeat ever. What makes it worse, no one in that room besides me had any clue how special that Falcons team was. They were SPECIAL. Then they went and crapped the bed.

At least the Falcons got paid to lose that game. I still get crap from people I know for that loss.

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4 minutes ago, WornOutFalconFan said:

28-3 sealed the deal for me. I went to a SB party and everyone besides me were Patriots fans. Not true fans, bandwagon fans. None of them knew much about football or watched regular season games. I had watched every single Falcons game snce the 01 season and when we were up 28-3 it was the pinnacle of my Falcons fandom. An hour later every single person there was laughing and mocking me and all I could do was take it. The most humiliating defeat ever. What makes it worse, no one in that room besides me had any clue how special that Falcons team was. They were SPECIAL. Then they went and crapped the bed.

At least the Falcons got paid to lose that game. I still get crap from people I know for that loss.

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Sounds like a bunch of ********. I know one true Pats fan and he grew up in Boston. Great guy. Razes me some about that game but shows respect.

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