Atlanta Falcons Announce They’re Changing Their Uniforms For 2020-21 Season
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
It's time for a change in Atlanta! On Tuesday, the Falcons announced that they'll be changing their uniforms for the 2020-21 season...


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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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22 Comments
When the gift sucks and you go all in on the ribbon! LOL The black helmet look is just so Glanville 1990. Did Elvis ever pickup his ticket? And have the Falcons ever won a super bowl? Doesn’t matter what color the wrapper is.
Reply3 months
New year New threads.... same result smfh
Reply3 months
Just bring back those early 90s ones; so clean.
Reply3 months
is this where saints fans come to beat their chest over a super bowl from a decade ago?
Reply3 months
28-3.
3 months
28-3
3 months
Until you win one, we can beat our chest about that fact all day.
3 months
Bring back the red lids.
Reply3 months
Amen. The old look for ATL > new look
3 months
I’ve said it before and it bears repeating: 28-3 broke that franchise. New unis aren’t going to fix it.
Reply3 months
Atlanta played in the playoffs the next year (2017-2018 season) and beat the Rams in LA and then barely lost to the eventual SB Champs the Eagles @ Philly 15-10.
3 months
Atlanta played in the playoffs the next year (2017-2018 season) and beat the Rams in LA and then barely lost to the eventual SB Champs the Eagles @ Philly 15-10.
3 months
Atlanta was "broken" by Shanahan going to SF (ironic that they got really good) and our QB coach becoming GBs head coach.
3 months
The Falcons need to go back to the dirty bird uniforms and never change them again.
Reply3 months
Tommy Nobis was a helluva player
Reply3 months
OH MY GAWD NOBODY CARES gif
Reply3 months
I’m surprised that Bobby and Morten didn’t make the video of famous Falcons.
Reply3 months
What the Falcons need to change is their culture of sucking and/or choking.
Reply3 months
New uniforms aren't going to help that.
3 months
lol @ Saints fans talking about choking here lately.
3 months
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