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1984 Atlanta Falcons season
Head Coach Dan Henning
Home Field Atlanta Stadium
Results
Record 4–12
Place 4th NFC West
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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1983 1985

The 1984 Atlanta Falcons season was the Falcons 19th season.

OffseasonEdit

NFL DraftEdit

Round Pick Player Position School
1 9 Rick Bryan Defensive End Oklahoma
2 32Scott Case Defensive Back Oklahoma
2 36 Thomas Benson Linebacker Oklahoma
363 Rod McSwain Defensive Back Clemson
4 94Rydell Malancon Linebacker LSU
5 132 Cliff Benson Tight End Purdue
6 148 Ben Bennett Quarterback Duke
6 163 Dan RalphDefensive Tackle Oregon
7 175 Kirk Dodge Linebacker University of Nevada-Las Vegas
8 206Jeff Jackson Linebacker Auburn
9 233Glen Howe Tackle Southern Mississippi
10 260Derrick Franklin Defensive Back Fresno State
11 287 Tommy Norman Wide Receiver Jackson State
12 318 Don Holmes Wide Receiver Mesa
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NFL Supplemental DraftEdit

Round Pick Player Position School
1 9 Joey Jones Wide Receiver Alabama
2 36 Mike McInnis Defensive Tackle Arkansas Pine Bluff
3 63Dennis Woodberry Defensive Back Southern Arkansas
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PersonnelEdit

StaffEdit

1984 Atlanta Falcons final staff
Front Office

Head Coaches

  • Head Coach – Dan Henning
  • Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line – Dan Sekanovich

Offensive Coaches

  Defensive Coaches

Special Teams Coaches

Strength and Conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning – George Dostal

Regular seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Game Date Opponent Result Score Record Streak Attendance
1 Sept. 2 at New Orleans Saints Win 36-28 1-0 Won 1
66,652
2 Sept. 9 Detroit Lions Loss (OT) 27-24 1-1 Lost 1
49,878
3 Sept. 16 at Minnesota Vikings Loss 27-20 1-2 Lost 2
53,955
4 Sept. 23 Houston Oilers Win 42-10 2-2 Won 1
45,248
5 Sept. 30 at San Francisco 49ers Loss 14-5 2-3 Lost 1
57,990
6 Oct. 7 at Los Angeles Rams Win 30-28 3-3 Won 1
47,832
7 Oct. 14 New York Giants Loss 19-7 3-4 Lost 1
50,268
8 Oct. 22 Los Angeles Rams Loss 24-10 3-5 Lost 2
52,681
9 Oct. 28 at Pittsburgh Steelers Loss 35-10 3-6 Lost 3
55,971
10 Nov. 5 at Washington Redskins Loss 27-14 3-7 Lost 4
51,301
11 Nov. 11 New Orleans Saints Loss 17-13 3-8 Lost 5
40,590
12 Nov. 18 Cleveland Browns Loss 23-7 3-9 Lost 6
28,280
13 Nov. 25 at Cincinnati Bengals Loss 35-14 3-10 Lost 7
44,678
14 Dec. 2 San Francisco 49ers Loss 35-17 3-11 Lost 8
29,644
15 Dec. 9 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Loss 23-6 3-12 Lost 9
33,808
16 Dec. 16 Philadelphia Eagles Win 26-10 4-12 Won 1
15,582

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StandingsEdit

Template:1984 NFC West standings

Awards and recordsEdit

  • Gerald Riggs, Franchise Record, Most Rushing Yards in One Game, 202 Yards (September 2, 1984) [3]

ReferencesEdit

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