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2008 Atlanta Falcons Schedule

The 2008 Atlanta Falcons schedule produced a record of 11 wins and 5 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they lost to the Cardinals. They had regular season wins against the Panthers, Bears, Lions, Chiefs, Saints, Rams, Buccaneers, Packers, Vikings, Raiders and Chargers and losses against the Broncos, Panthers, Saints, Eagles and Buccaneers. View the 2008 Falcons complete schedule game by game.
2008 Atlanta Falcons Preseason Schedule
1 Atlanta Falcons 17 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 20 Game Stats
2 Indianapolis Colts 16 @ Atlanta Falcons 9 Game Stats
3 Tennessee Titans 3 @ Atlanta Falcons 17 Game Stats
4 Atlanta Falcons 10 @ Baltimore Ravens 9 Game Stats
2008 Atlanta Falcons Schedule (Record: 11 - 5 - 0)
1 Detroit Lions 21 @ Atlanta Falcons 34 Game Stats
2 Atlanta Falcons 9 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24 Game Stats
3 Kansas City Chiefs 14 @ Atlanta Falcons 38 Game Stats
4 Atlanta Falcons 9 @ Carolina Panthers 24 Game Stats
5 Atlanta Falcons 27 @ Green Bay Packers 24 Game Stats
6 Chicago Bears 20 @ Atlanta Falcons 22 Game Stats
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8 Atlanta Falcons 14 @ Philadelphia Eagles 27 Game Stats
9 Atlanta Falcons 24 @ Oakland Raiders 0 Game Stats
10 New Orleans Saints 20 @ Atlanta Falcons 34 Game Stats
11 Denver Broncos 24 @ Atlanta Falcons 20 Game Stats
12 Carolina Panthers 28 @ Atlanta Falcons 45 Game Stats
13 Atlanta Falcons 22 @ San Diego Chargers 16 Game Stats
14 Atlanta Falcons 25 @ New Orleans Saints 29 Game Stats
15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10 @ Atlanta Falcons 13 OT Game Stats
16 Atlanta Falcons 24 @ Minnesota Vikings 17 Game Stats
17 St. Louis Rams 27 @ Atlanta Falcons 31 Game Stats
2008 Atlanta Falcons Postseason Schedule
NFC Wild Card Playoff
Atlanta Falcons 24 @ Arizona Cardinals 30 Game Stats
 
 
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