The Atlanta Falcons move to 3-0 after beating the Dallas Cowboys 39-28 in AT&T Stadium Sunday afternoon.
The Atlanta Falcons again overcame a fourth quarter deficit to win their game over an NFC East opponent. I wonder how Week 5 will go against the Washington Redskins? Atlanta put up 25 unanswered points on what was the number three defense in the NFL. This is the first time in 3 seasons that the Falcons begin the year at 3-0.
Dan Quinn has the whole team believing that the team is never out of a game can beat anybody any given Sunday. Quinn preaches that every Sunday is Championship Sunday up in Flowery Branch. Yesterday’s victory over the could potentially go down as the greatest win of the regular season for the 2015 Atlanta Falcons. Extremely talented teams normally don’t win games in this manner.
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This win over the Cowboys now has the Atlanta Falcons in the upper tier of the NFC and the NFL clamoring over the late 4th quarter heroics of the Dirty Birds. When Rodney Harrison and Tony Dungy pick you as the Winners of the Week prior to Sunday Night Football on NBC in consecutive weeks, you’re doing something right.
Atlanta has to feel fantastic about its football team heading into a home game with the 1-2 Houston Texans in Week 4. Here are the five biggest takeaways from the Atlanta Falcons’ come-from-behind road victory over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3.
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