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1993 Atlanta Falcons season

1993 Atlanta Falcons season
Head coach Jerry Glanville
Home field Georgia Dome
Results
Record 6–10
Division place 3rd NFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1992      1994 >

The 1993 Atlanta Falcons season was the team's 28th season in the National Football League. Following the season, head coach Jerry Glanville would be fired.

Offseason

NFL Draft

Personnel

Staff

Roster

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Results Game site Attendance
Final score Team record
1 September 5 at Detroit Lions L 13–30 0–1 Pontiac Silverdome
56,216
2 September 12 New Orleans Saints L 31–34 0–2 Georgia Dome
64,287
3 September 19 at San Francisco 49ers L 30–37 0–3 Candlestick Park
63,032
4 September 27 Pittsburgh Steelers L 17–45 0–4 Georgia Dome
65,477
5 October 3 at Chicago Bears L 0–6 0–5 Soldier Field
57,441
6 Bye
7 October 14 Los Angeles Rams W 30–24 1–5 Georgia Dome
45,231
8 October 24 at New Orleans Saints W 26–15 2–5 Louisiana Superdome
69,043
9 October 31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 24–31 2–6 Georgia Dome
50,647
10 Bye
11 November 14 at Los Angeles Rams W 13–0 3–6 Anaheim Stadium
37,073
12 November 21 Dallas Cowboys W 27–14 4–6 Georgia Dome
67,337
13 November 28 Cleveland Browns W 17–14 5–6 Georgia Dome
54,510
14 December 5 at Houston Oilers L 17–33 5–7 Astrodome
58,186
15 December 11 San Francisco 49ers W 27–24 6–7 Georgia Dome
64,688
16 December 19 at Washington Redskins L 17–30 6–8 RFK Stadium
50,192
17 December 26 at Cincinnati Bengals L 17–21 6–9 Riverfront Stadium
27,014
18 January 2 Phoenix Cardinals L 10–27 6–10 Georgia Dome
44,360

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Standings

References

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