Super Bowl 2011: Why the Falcons Won't Make it to Dallas
Super Bowl 2011 is just over a month away, and it is time to look at all the potential plots of the playoff run.
It seems the biggest story is the surge of the Atlanta Falcons, nearly matching the New England Patriots tit-for-tat. At 13-3, they seem to have a strong head of steam heading into the post-season.
However, after the Atlanta's first round bye, they will likely be facing the New Orleans Saints, who have played them well all season. While the Saints will be playing the No. 4 seed as a Wild Card, they are facing the 7-9 Seahawks, winners of the NFC West in a race no one seemed to have the desire to win.
The Falcons defeated the Saints earlier in the year with a field goal in overtime, but the Saints picked up the game-winning field goal the second time around. In both matches, the teams seemed pretty evenly matched, and both defenses were solid.
If Atlanta expects to make it to the Super Bowl, they would be sorely mistaken to overlook the Saints, who might just send them home.
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