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  1. Matt Ryan threw for 396 Yards and Three Touchdowns in the NFC championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers in 2012!!!! And Julio Jones had 11 catches for 180 Yards and Two Touchdowns!!!! But they still lost to the San Francisco 49ers 28-24 blowing a 17-point deficit it should of been them in Super Bowl 47 not the 49ers!!!! Now let’s fast forward to 2016 NFC championship championship Games Packers vs Falcons Two Good Offenses and great Quarterback’s everyone was expecting a shootout Aaron Rodgers vs Matt Ryan it was never even close!!!! Matt Ryan a phenomenal game 392 Yard and Four Touchdowns passes!!!! Julio Jones had a monster Game nine catches 180 Yards and Two Touchdowns!!!! What happen February 5, 2017 Super Bowl 51 for me it always be describe as “28-3” the Falcons yet again blow a lead not only that but the biggest Game of their entire careers a 25-point deficit was erase and look on each and every face of the players was disbelief end up losing to the New England Patriots 34-28!!!! Falcons Fans will be always heartbroken ? from the NFC Championship Game in 2012 to Super Bowl 51!!!! LOL LOL LOL LOL ????????

  2. I knew they would lose the Super Bowl. Every team that beats the Packers in the playoffs always loses later on, except the Giants (they went all the way twice!)

  3. Gotta love that the announcers go out of their way to say "boy the browns messed up sucks to be them!" This continues through the Superbowl. I mean they are right but hate to constantly be reminded how awful your team is

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