Did The Atlanta Falcons Price Out Too Many Hardcore Fans With Their New Stadium?

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This week, both Dan Quinn and Grady Jarrett called on fans to make some noise this weekend. The Atlanta Falcons will probably need to finish 3-1 to make the playoffs, and their record at home is uninspiring.

We have seen the photos of the stadium still looking half full into the first quarter. Part of me wants to blame the complete inability to get to the stadium in under two or three hours. There were countless times I hopped onto MARTA or got within two miles of the Georgia Dome exit by 10:30 or 11:00 AM, and still miss kickoff.

New stadium, but people are blaming another problem. Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution first wrote about Quinn’s call for more energy from the fans. People on twitter were not happy, and there was a pretty common theme.

Maybe they should have stayed in the GA Dome!!! I️ would probably still be a season ticket holder if they were... Season ticket holder from 2006-2016 #stillafan #bestseatinthehousenow

— Brian Ivy (@24poisonivy) December 5, 2017

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