The Falcons have emerged victorious in each of those matchups.
Sunday night, Green Bay had the pleasure of being the first opponent in Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Falcons won 34-23, and at one point held a 31-7 lead over the Packers.
The duel — if you want to call it that — Sunday night started out in similar fashion to the 2016 NFC Championship Game. The Falcons won that matchup 44-21, advancing to the franchise’s second Super Bowl appearance. It was also the final game in the Georgia Dome.
Before that, the two teams played a much closer Week 8 game in the 2016 regular season. Atlanta won that game 33-32 on a game-winning touchdown catch by Mohamed Sanu.
There’s no doubt about it: the Falcons, led by Dan Quinn, own the Packers.