Atlanta Falcons Oakley NFL Flak 2.0 Sunglasses
The Atlanta Falcons franchise has a unique history. Originally the franchise was courted by the American Football League, but since the owner of the franchise, Rankin Smith was offered an NFL position he surely took it. Many people do not know that the Falcons name was inspired by a school teacher. The Franchise drafted Brett Favre in 1991 and he spent is Rookie season with the Falcons. Also, in 1991 the teams theme song was “2 Legit to Quit” by MC Hammer! The Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints hold a record breaking rivalry since the both were the only two teams in the South back when the NFL was young. The Falcons also hold a long rivalry with the Carolina Panthers. These rivalries make games extremely intense and helps sell a lot of tickets on both teams! Atlanta Falcons fans are hardcore and always represent their team and home town! There isn’t a better way to represent your team than with a pair of Oakley sunglasses!
New Orleans Saints: The Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints have been in the same division every season after their debut season. For quite some time, these two teams were the only teams in the “Deep South” which is what has made this such a heated rivalry. Atlanta leads the series of this rival and this also one of the most iconic and oldest to date.
Carolina Panthers: The Atlanta Falcons and the Panthers share a similar rivalry to, both teams have been in the same division since the Panthers were realigned to the NFC South. Atlanta also leads this rivalry.
Quarterback Matt Ryan was born May 17,1985 in Exton. Pennsylvania. Matt Ryan went Boston College after graduating from William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ryan is also the Atlanta Falcons All-Time Passing Leader and will go down as one of the best quarterbacks the franchise has ever had.
Frequently Asked Questions
When did the Atlanta Falcons join the NFL?
Atlanta Falcons All-time Passing Leader?
All-time Rushing Leader?
Gerald Riggs – 1,587 att, 6,631 yds, 48 TD
All-time Receiving Leader?
Roddy White – 808 rec, 10,863 yds, 63 TD
All-time Scoring Leader?
Matt Bryant – 1,122 points
All-time AV Leader?