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The 2016 Falcons are not going to collapse like they did last year

The Falcons earned their stripes against top competition to start the 2016 season, unlike the beginning of 2015. The Atlanta Falcons became only the third team in NFL history and the first in over three decades to beat both of the teams in the most recent Super Bowl. And they did in back-to-back weeks, with convincing wins over both the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos.
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