The Atlanta Falcons dropped another game with a 22-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. The loss halts the late-season momentum the Falcons had been building the past two weeks, while the Packers snapped their five-game winless streak.
Atlanta held a 21-10 lead at halftime but failed to score any points in the second half. A Falcons turnover at the outset of the fourth quarter allowed the Packers to take the lead. The Falcons had a trio of opportunities to retake the lead in the final seven minutes, but they were unable to capitalize on any of them.
Atlanta's record moves to 3-10, and the team will be looking to rebound next week at home against an equally struggling Washington Redskins team.
The Falcons will continue to build off several positives they can take away from Sunday's loss while trying to correct multiple negatives in preparation for next week.