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Monday, September 27, 2016 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA) Falcons 45, Saints 32 The Falcons were able to breeze past Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints in this Monday Night Football showdown. Falcons running back, Tevin Coleman rushed for three touchdowns, while quarterback Matt Ryan threw two touchdowns. The Falcons offense wasn’t the only thing on fire, so was the defense as linebacker Deion Jones returned an interception for 90 yards for a touchdown. The Falcons defeated the Saints 45-32.
Sunday, January 3, 2016 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Saints 20, Falcons 17The final Saints-Falcons meeting of the 2015 season, saw two teams playing for next year. Despite neither team in the playoff hunt, the game ended up being a thriller. Quarterbacks Matt Ryan and Drew Brees put on a passing clinic, both throwing for more than 320 yards. Despite the prolific passing, the scores remained low throughout the game. The difference came with the Saints defense, shutting Atlanta out in the 2nd half. New Orleans Saints kicker Kai Forbath put one through the uprights as time expired to give the Saints the season sweep over Atlanta.
Sunday, October 15, 2015 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA) Saints 31, Falcons 21The winner of the Falcons-Saints matchup over the last half decade have dominate the NFC South, and the first Saints vs Falcons meeting of 2015 could be a matchup of two playoff teams. The Falcons came into the game undefeated and looking to pull away in the NFC, while the Saints were struggling at 1-4. But Saints quarterback Drew Brees shined, hitting true on 30 of his 39 pass attempts, for over 300 yards passing. While the Falcons had equally impressive numbers, with Matt Ryan throwing over 260 yards and Devonta Freeman rushing for 100, the Falcons struggled to finish drives, giving the Saints a 10 point victory.
Sunday, December 21, 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA) Falcons 30, Saints 14 The bitter NFC South rivalry between Atlanta and New Orleans held each teams post season fate in a win. Matty Ice found the leverage he needed to out gun the NOLA Brees and rack up 322 yards complete with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Eric Weems to take a 13-7 lead as the first half ended. It was all down hill for the Saints in the second half where, what appeared to be a Jimmy Graham touchdown, was ruled an Atlanta 89-yard fumble return for a touchdown. The loss eliminated the Saints from the 2015 NFL Playoffs.
Sunday, September 7, 2014 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Falcons 37, Saints 34 It was a back and forth shootout between NFC rival New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons that was sent into overtime with a 52-yard field goal from Matt Bryant. After a costly fumble from Colston in overtime, Bryant came back out on to the field to end the game with a 52-yarder and a 37-34 win.
Sunday, November 21, 2013 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Saints 17, Falcons 13 Drew Brees lead his Saints into the Georgia Dome for the first time since one of his worst career games in last year's bout where he threw five interceptions. This time the veteran quarterback threw for a pair of touchdowns and 278 yards to edge the Falcons 17-13. The victory gave the Saints a season sweep over the Falcons and lifted them into first place in the NFC South.
Sunday, September 8, 2013 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA) Saints 23, Falcons 17 The Falcons took an early 10-0 lead after a Tony Gonzalez TD and chip-shot field goal, but Drew Brees was able to lead the Saints back with two TD passes and three Garrett Hartley FGs to win 23-17. Both Brees and Matt Ryan got over the 300-yard mark, but Ryan couldn’t find Tony Gonzalez on 4th down at the Saints 3 yard line with less than a minute to go.
Thursday, November 29, 2012 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Falcons 23, Saints 13 New Orleans gained over 150 more yards than Atlanta, but the Falcons picked off five Drew Brees throws to help get to 11-1 on the season. Matt Bryant hit three field goals, including one from 55 yards, while Michael Turner chipped in 83 yards rushing on 12 carries. The Saints feel to 5-7, all but ending their chances at a playoff spot.
Sunday, November 11, 2012 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA) Saints 31, Falcons 27 The Falcons took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, but a Chris Ivory 56-yard TD run helped the Saints get some momentum and eventually capitalized on a coverage mistake on Jimmy Graham to take the lead. Graham scored again in the second quarter, taking the lead again after giving it back on a Tony Gonzalez touchdown. The Falcons were inside the 2 twice in the fourth quarter but came up with only 3 points to show for it. The win took the Saints to 4-5 and handed the Falcons their first loss of the season at 8-1.