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Atlanta Falcons Details

With a history of marquee deep threats and elite franchise quarterbacks, the Atlanta Falcons have punctuated their young NFL history with strong postseason campaigns.

It took the Atlanta Falcons twelve seasons to make the first playoffs in team history. With Steve Bartkowski under center, the Falcons qualified for the playoffs every other year from 1978 to 1982. The Falcons became famous for two things: great regular seasons -- Bartkowski threw for 31 touchdowns in the Falcon’s 11-5 1980 season -- and just-short playoff runs. The Falcons lost twice to the Dallas Cowboys in 1978 and 1980, and once to the Minnesota Vikings in 1982.

The Falcons entered the postseason conversation again in the 90s. In the 1991 NFC Wildcard, QB Chris Miller bombed a 61-yard touchdown to wide receiver Michael Haynes with less than two minutes to go, creating a 27-20 lead over their division rivals the New Orleans Saints. Famed Cornerback Deion “Primetime” Sanders iced the win with an end-zone interception. The Falcons made it to the playoffs again in 1995, losing to the Brett Favre-led Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional round.

In 1998, the Falcons made their first Super Bowl, rolling off an excellent 14-win season. Their playoff campaign delivered intense drama, with narrow victories over the San Francisco 49ers (20-18) and Minnesota Vikings (30-27). The Denver Broncos, in Quarterback John Elway’s final game, defeated the Falcons 34-19.

Quarterback Michael Vick delivered the Falcons to the Playoffs twice: 2001 and 2004. 2004 was a bounceback season for the Falcons, with Vick recovering from a broken leg and the team recovering from a 5-11 record. The Falcons eventually made it to the NFC Championship game.

Atlanta would go on to be a consistent playoff contender over the next couple decades.

Super Bowl LI, in 2016, matched the Falcons against the dynastic New England Patriots. Atlanta, behind an elite offensive core of quarterback Matt Ryan, wide receiver Julio Jones, and running backs Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman, dominated from the start of the game. Halfway through the fourth quarter, the Falcons claimed a convincing 28-3 lead off a fire-at-will offensive clinic. Both feature backs, Freeman and Coleman, scored touchdowns. Falcons tight end Austin Hooper pulled in a 19-yard touchdown grab. Tom Brady threw an untimely pick-six. And then, the New England Patriots came storming back. Scoring 19 unanswered points and forcing the first overtime in Super Bowl History, the Patriots defeated the Falcons 34-28.

The Falcons have a rich playoff history and are a threat to make a deep run nearly every season.

When do Atlanta Falcons Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Though exact dates can change from season to season, Falcons playoff tickets typically go on sale around mid-December, when NFL teams clinch their postseason spots. The Falcons can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or by winning the Wild Card, with the former almost always happening first.

How Much Do Atlanta Falcons Tickets Cost?

Ticket prices for Atlanta Falcons playoff games resell for an average of $354, with prices tending to increase the closer you are to the field and the deeper the Falcons are in their playoff campaigns.