6 Reasons Why Atlanta Falcons Will Win NFL Super Bowl 51
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Here’s A Closer Look At The 6 Reasons Why Atlanta Falcons Will Win NFL Super Bowl 51
While New England’s Tom Brady has been phenomenal this season, Atlanta’s Matt Ryan has been even more impressive in passing for 4,944 yards while tossing a whopping 38 touchdown passes and just seven interceptions. Ryan has had an MVP caliber season and played like an MVP in both of Seattle’s playoff games this postseason. One more fantastic performance and the Falcons could be the ones hoisting the Vince Lombardo trophy next month.
I like Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr., but let’s be honest for a minute. There is no wide receiver in the game today better than Atlanta’s Julio Jones. Not only did the Falcons’ No. 1 wideout haul in 83 passes for 1,409 yards and six touchdowns, but more importantly, Jones has blazing speed, incredible hands – and a plethora of athleticism and strength that OBJ and Antonio Brown just can’t match.
The fleet-footed Coleman is now, undoubtedly one of the best dual-threat running backs in all of football after rushing for 520 yards and eight scores while catching 31 passes for an additional 421 yards and three touchdowns. Coleman provides the lightning while his backfield mate Devonta Coleman brings the thunder.
The powerful Devonta Freeman rushed for a stellar 1,079 yards and 11 touchdowns while catching a stunning 54 passes for an additional 462 yards and two touchdowns. Make no mistake about it, Freeman will run over, around – or through unprepared defenders.
Quinn led the Falcons to an 8-8 record last season and guided them to 11 wins this season, so clearly, he has a pretty good idea of how to win in the NFL. The former defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks won’t be close to having the edge over counterpart Bill Belichick, but he also won’t embarrass himself or hurt his team with foolish coaching decisions.
Atlanta has scored at least 33 points in winning six straight games heading into Super Bowl 51 and averaged a whopping 33.8 points per game during the regular season to lead the league in scoring. The Falcons haven’t missed a beat since the postseason started, hanging 36 points on a solid Seattle defense in the divisional round before putting 44 points on the board in the NFC Championship against a Green Bay Packers defense that was mostly suspect all season long. I’m going on record to say that if any team can put 30 points on the board against New England in Super Bowl 51, it’s the Falcons!