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1980 Atlanta Falcons season

 

1980 Atlanta Falcons season

1980 Atlanta Falcons season
Head coach Leeman Bennett
Home field Atlanta Stadium
Results
Record 12–4
Division place 1st NFC West
Playoff finish Lost NFC Divisional Playoff
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1979      1981 >

The 1980 Atlanta Falcons season was the Falcons 15th season. It was the first season division title in franchise history.

Offseason

NFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position School
1

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 7, 1980 at Minnesota Vikings L 24-23
44,773
2 September 14, 1980 at New England Patriots W 37-21
48,321
3 September 21, 1980 Miami Dolphins L 20-17
55,470
4 September 28, 1980 at San Francisco 49ers W 20-17
56,518
5 October 5, 1980 Detroit Lions W 43-28
57,652
6 October 12, 1980 New York Jets L 14-7
57,458
7 October 19, 1980 at New Orleans Saints W 41-14
62,651
8 October 26, 1980 Los Angeles Rams W 13-10
57,401
9 November 2, 1980 at Buffalo Bills W 30-14
57,959
10 November 9, 1980 at St. Louis Cardinals W 33-27
48,662
11 November 16, 1980 New Orleans Saints W 31-13
53,871
12 November 23, 1980 Chicago Bears W 28-17
49,156
13 November 30, 1980 Washington Redskins W 10-6
55,665
14 December 7, 1980 at Philadelphia Eagles W 20-17
70,205
15 December 14, 1980 San Francisco 49ers W 35-10
55,767
16 December 21, 1980 at Los Angeles Rams L 20-17
62,469

Game summaries

Week 7

1 234Total
• Falcons 7 6217 41
Saints 7 700 14
  • Date: October 19
  • Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Game start: 1:00 p.m.
  • Game weather: indoors (dome)

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Playoffs

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
Divisional January 4, 1981 Dallas Cowboys L 30-27
60,022

Standings

Awards and records

References

External links

  • Falcons on Pro Football Reference
  • Falcons on jt-sw.com

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