Atlanta Falcons 2011 Schedule Released In Full: Four Prime Time Games, Y'all

The Atlanta Falcons' 2011 schedule has been released, along with those of the rest of the NFL. As reported, the Falcons will open the season against the Chicago Bears on Sept. 11, getting the Philadelphia Eagles at home in Week 2. I don't see any apparent storylines there, do you?

The Birds get four total prime time games -- against the Eagles at home, the Packers at home, the Jaguars at home, and the Saints in Louisiana. The schedule concludes with three division games in the last four weeks.

Without further ado, the complete 2011 schedule:

Week 1: at Bears, Sept. 11, 1 pm

Week 2: vs. Eagles, Sept. 18, 8:20 pm

Week 3: at Buccaneers, Sept. 25, 4:15

Week 4: at Seahawks, Oct. 2, 4:05 pm

Week 5: vs. Packers, Oct. 9, 8:20 pm

Week 6: vs. Panthers, Oct. 16, 1 pm

Week 7: at Lions, Oct. 23, 1 pm

Week 8: Bye

Week 9: at Colts, Nov. 6, 1 pm

Week 10: vs. Saints, Nov. 13, 1 pm

Week 11: vs. Titans, Nov. 20, 1 pm

Week 12: vs. Vikings, Nov. 27, 1 pm

Week 13: at Texans, Dec. 4, 1 pm

Week 14: at Panthers, Dec. 11, 1

Week 15: vs. Jaguars, Dec. 15 (Thursday), 8:20 pm

Week 16: at Saints, Dec. 26 (Monday), 8:30 pm

Week 17: vs. Buccaneers, Jan. 1, 1 pm

For more Falcons news and analysis, visit The Falcoholic.

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