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Falcons-Bears Series History

Hi all, EvilFalcon is back! And, the first of 16 installments of the Falcons series history against the 2011 schedule. This week, it's Da Bears!

The series is tied at 12-12 all time, with the Falcons winning the last two in the ATL, the awesome 2008 game, and the not so awesome, but satisfying 2009 Sunday night game. The respective scores are; 22-20 in 2008, and 21-14 in 2009. Both games went down to the wire, and the Falcons had goaline stands in both games, which would have a huge part in both outcomes.

The Falcons dominated the series through the seventies, going 5-2, and 2-2 during the sixties, and 9-4 after 1983, but Da Bears would domimate after that, going 8-1 until 2008. The last time the Falcons won in the Windy City was in 1983, the first game of the Dan Henning regime (gag!), a 20-17 victory.

Now it's time to end that dubious streak on Sunday with another close one, 21-17, in my very humble opinion. I don't care how the Falcons go about doing it, just win the game, Thank You!

Next week, the Eagles are the team in the spotlight. FYI: I'll be posting info about my Got Falcons? info book soon. All Falcoholics must read it! See you Falcoholics next week, and in the meantime, I'll be reading your fun posts!

<em>This FanPost was written by one of The Falcoholic's talented readers. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The Falcoholic.</em>

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