Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons Tickets
About Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons
Both teams have their strengths, yet when it comes down to it, the Packers boast an impressive track record of historical success. They have won four Super Bowl titles and eight NFL Championships. They also have one of the best playoff records in the NFL. The Atlanta Falcons, on the other hand, have two Conference Championships and six Division Championships.
While the Falcons and the Packers are 2-2 in the playoffs, the Packers lead the series 17-15. When they meet on the field, it’s a battle of offensive and defensive might.
With both teams boasting a strong line-up of players, it will be anyone’s guess as to who will dominate the next game in their series?
Memorable Matchups between the Falcons and the Packers
In the 50 years the two teams have been playing against each other, the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers have had more than a few memorable moments on the field.
Here are some of their most thrilling matchups.
The Falcons Destroy the Packers’ Home Playoff Record
January 4, 2003- Going into this game at the Lambeau Field, the Packers had never lost a playoff game at home and had a perfect 13-0 record. However, this game would prove to be too much for them as the battered Packers, who were plagued with injuries, were quickly down 24-0. The Falcons continued to dominate the rest of the game and handed the Packers a brutal 27-7 loss at home.
A Dramatic Victory for the Packers
December 18, 1994 - This game was a huge one for the Packers, who were looking to secure a spot in the playoffs and were also playing their final game at the Milwaukee's County Stadium. Things didn’t look to be going their way and they trailed behind the Falcons until the final minute of the game. In a stunning turn of events, the Packers came from behind and won 21-17, keeping their postseason hopes alive in the process.
A History of their Meetings
The head to head record below shows how the Atlanta Falcons have performed against the Green Bay Packers.
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In the postseason, the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers have met on four occasions, with each team winning twice. The Falcons have scored 112 points in these games and allowed 113 points to the Packers.
Top Players from the Falcons and Packers Camp
The Falcons and the Packers have both had a long list of impressive players on their rosters over the years.
For the Atlanta Falcons, it was players like Steve Bartkowski, who was the all-time leader in passing yards for the Falcons. Matt Ryan was another Falcons quarterback who spent his entire career with the franchise earning four Pro Bowl picks in the process. Julio Jones was one of the best wide receivers the franchise had ever seen. All of these athletes played a crucial role in building the Falcons franchise.
The Green Bay Packers have had incredible talent in their ranks as well. This includes the likes of Brett Favre, the Pro Hall of Famer known as the Gunslinger and one of the best quarterbacks to play in the NFL. Reggie White, known as the Minister of Defense, was one of the best defensive players to play in the NFL. And Ray Nitschke was one of the most formidable linebackers of his era.
The Falcons take on the Packers
The Falcons are all set to take on the Packers in the 2020 NFL season. If you want to be at one of their games, get yourself Atlanta Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers tickets as soon as possible. Find out when the teams are going to meet each other on the field by checking the Atlanta Falcons schedule and the Green Bay Packers schedule. To get the best seats, you will need to check the Georgia Dome (until the Falcons relocate to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium) seating charts and Lambeau Field seating charts. Once you have all the information, you can get cheap Atlanta Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers tickets today from here.