The city in the forest is boosting and hosting the NFC Championship Game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Sunday. The Falcons will host their first NFC Championship in franchise history. The Falcons will play the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. Winner goes to the Super Bowl in the ‘Big Easy’ in New Orleans, Louisiana on Sunday, February 3, 2013. The Fabulous Falcons and the city of Atlanta are preparing for Super Sunday.
On last Sunday, the Falcons hosted the Seahawks in a divisional playoff game. The game was dubbed the battle of the birds, Seahawks v Falcons. The Falcons soared during the first half with a 20-0 half time lead. Fans in the Dome arrived early, were loud, and stayed late to see the Falcons win with a last second field goal. The Dome and the city rejoiced and celebrated a 30-28 victory for the Falcons, justifying them a trip to the NFC Championship Game and being at home.
Second appearance in a NFC Championship Game
The year was 1999 when the Falcons made their first appearance in a NFC Championship Game. Losing to the Denver Broncos. Falcons player, tight end and Hall of Famer,Tony Gonzalez understands the importance of winning and going all the way, as he prepares to retire at the end of this season. A Super Bowl victory and ring will be a matchless retirement present, that will end a legendary football career for Gonzalez as a Falcon and Atlanta superstar.
The city of Atlanta has been getting ready for the big event on Sunday, January 20, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. EST. Tickets and hotels are a high commodity in Atlanta. Crews are getting the logos ready on the field. Hanging banners all over the Dome. Team spirit and fan spirit is very hedonistic in the city and surrounding areas. Talk of after game celebrations are already underway, at homes, sport bars and restaurants.
Managers of eateries and bars are asking fans to make reservations for Sunday. Fans are being asked to ride MARTA to and from the game. Falcons memorabilia is flying off the shelves. Sunday is Atlanta Falcons day.
New Orleans the Falcons are headed for the Super Bowl on February 3, 2013. ‘Rise Up’ and go Falcons. Falcons are Super Bowl XLVII bound.Tickets are still available at www.StubHub.com/NFC-Championship. Welcome to the Georgia Dome and Welcome to Atlanta.
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