Wednesday, April 17, 2019
(WRDW/WAGT) -- The Falcons are now three seasons removed from reaching the Super Bowl, and they haven't been able to find that same magic since.
With a load of talent, Atlanta looks to be a serious playoff contender this year.
Their tough schedule will have them battle tested . Falcons open the 2019 season at Minnesota , then face the Eagles the following week during Sunday Night Football.
Philadelphia is one of Atlanta's only prime time games, the other being, the saints on Thanksgiving Day.
They also play six home-and -away games.
Away: Sun. Sept. 8 - Minnesota Vikings
Home: Sun Sept. 15 - Philadelphia Eagles
Away: Sun. Sept. 22 - Indianapolis Colts
Home: Sun. Sept. 29 -Tennessee Titans
Away: Sun Oct. 6 - Houston Texans
Away: Sun. Oct. 3 - Arizona Cardinals
Home: Sun. Oct. 20 - LA Rams
Home: Sun. Oct. 27 - Seattle Seahawks
Nov. 3 – Bye Week
Away: Sun. Nov. 10 - New Orleans Saints
Away: Sun. Nov. 17 - Carolina Panthers
Home: Sun. Nov. 24 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Home: Thurs. Nov. 28 - New Orleans Saints
Home: Sun. Dec. 8 - Carolina Panthers
Away: Sun. Dec. 15 - San Francisco 49ers
Home: Sun. Dec. 22 - Jacksonville Jaguars
Away: Sun. Dec. 29 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers