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Having taken down Denver, the 4-1 Falcons head for Seattle

DENVER — Vic Beasley Jr. was asked how it felt to beat the reigning Super Bowl champs in their elevated backyard. “Everyone’s happy,” he said. “Everyone’s excited.”…
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