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1981 Atlanta Falcons season

1981 Atlanta Falcons season
Head coach Leeman Bennett
Home field Fulton County Stadium
Results
Record 7–9
Division place 2nd NFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1980      1982 >

The 1981 Atlanta Falcons season was the Falcons 16th season.

Offseason

NFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position School
1

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 6, 1981 New Orleans Saints W 27-0
57,406
2 September 13, 1981 at Green Bay Packers W 31-17
55,382
3 September 20, 1981 San Francisco 49ers W 34-17
56,653
4 September 27, 1981 at Cleveland Browns L 28-17
78,283
5 October 5, 1981 at Philadelphia Eagles L 16-13
71,488
6 October 11, 1981 Los Angeles Rams L 37-35
57,841
7 October 18, 1981 St. Louis Cardinals W 41-20
51,428
8 October 25, 1981 New York Giants L 27-24
48,410
9 November 1, 1981 at New Orleans Saints W 41-10
63,637
10 November 8, 1981 at San Francisco 49ers L 17-14
59,127
11 November 15, 1981 Pittsburgh Steelers L 34-20
57,485
12 November 23, 1981 Minnesota Vikings W 31-30
54,086
13 November 29, 1981 at Houston Oilers W 31-27
40,201
14 December 6, 1981 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 24-23
69,221
15 December 14, 1981 at Los Angeles Rams L 21-16
57,054
16 December 20, 1981 Cincinnati Bengals L 30-28
35,972

Standings

Awards and records

  • Steve Bartkowski, Falcons Game Record, Most Passing Yards in One Game, 416 yards (on November 15, 1981) [1]
  • William Andrews, Falcons Game Record, Most Receiving Yards in One Game, 198 yards (on November 15, 1981). Which was later broken by Roddy White when he got 210 yards against the 49ers in the 2009 season.[1]

Milestones

References

External links

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

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