4th in NFC South
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Falcons InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Brandon Copeland (Pectoral) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Mike Davis (Ankle) is out this week.
Jonathan Bullard (Illness) is out this week.
Olamide Zaccheaus (Toe) is out this week.
Falcons 2021 Schedule
|QB||Matt Ryan||Matt Schaub|
|WR||Russell Gage||Christian Blake|
|TE||Hayden Hurst||Jaeden Graham||Luke Stocker|
|LT||Jake Matthews||Matthew Gono|
|LG||James Carpenter||Matt Hennessy|
|C||Alex Mack||Justin McCray|
|HB||Todd Gurley||Brian Hill||Ito Smith|
|CB||A.J. Terrell||Sharrod Neasman||Blidi Wreh-Wilson|
|S||Keanu Neal||Jaylinn Hawkins|
|LB||Deion Jones||Mykal Walker|
|DT||Tyeler Davison||Deadrin Senat|
|DE||Dante Fowler||Steven Means||Jacob Tuioti-Mariner|
|CB||Ricardo Allen||Darqueze Dennard|
|LB||Foyesade Oluokun||LaRoy Reynolds|
|DT||Grady Jarrett||John Cominsky|
Atlanta Falcons Player Stats
The Atlanta Falcons are coming off one of their worst seasons in the last decade, finishing a miserable 4-12 and getting last in the NFC South. They have a new general manager in Terry Fontenot and a new head coach in Arthur Smith but will turn things around in 2021.
Oddsmakers expect a better season with Matt Ryan and crew, though making the playoffs could be a tall task in a loaded NFC South division with the Buccaneers and Saints. See all of the Falcons' odds above, as well as their against-the-spread (ATS) performance, full schedule, team trends, depth charts, critical injuries, and much more.
Atlanta Falcons Point Spreads
It was a tough 2020 for the Falcons, and that includes as a betting team. They finished 7-9 against the spread, including just 3-5 at home. If you're new to betting, against the spread is a term used in the betting world, and it details how a team performed in the betting market vs. expectations in a game.
Spread bets are wagers on how much a team will win or lose a game by. Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Falcons game:
- Falcons -1.5 (-110)
- Saints +1.5 (-110)
In this situation, the Falcons are the favorites and "laying" 1.5 points, signified by the minus sign (-) next to their spread number. A bet on the Falcons spread here isn't a bet that they'll win the game -- but that they'll win it by at least two points to cover the spread. If the Saints won outright or lost by just a point, the Falcons spread would lose, and the New Orleans side of the bet would win and cover.
Atlanta Falcons Over/Unders
The Falcons struggled on the road last year, as shown by their 2-6 record overall in that spot. And that translated to total bets: The over in Atlanta road games went just 3-5. Conversely, unders in that spot went 5-3.
Over/unders, also called totals, are wagers on the total amount of points scored in a game by both squads. For example, the Falcons face the Buccaneers, and oddsmakers set the total at 44 points. As a bettor, you have the choice of betting over 44 points or under 44 points. It's pretty simple after that: If the teams combined for 45 or more, the overs would win; if the game landed at 43 or fewer, under bettors would cash.
It's also possible that the game ends at precisely 44 points -- think a 28-16 game -- in which case neither side would lose, called a "push."
While spread bets are popular wagers in the U.S., so are moneylines and parlays, both of which are commonly tied around which team will win. A moneyline bet is exactly that. A parlay is a more complicated bet that ties multiple moneyline bets together. For example, say you think the Falcons and Seahawks would both win on a Sunday: You could "parlay" those moneylines and would get a boosted payout if both teams won. Of course, you can also parlay spread bets, though those are often more difficult to win.
Let's use Atlanta as an example for a moneyline bet: Say the moneyline is set at -160 against the Panthers. If you bet on that and won the game, you would profit $10 for every $16 you spent on the bet. On the other hand, if the Falcons were underdogs, they'd have plus odds, and the payouts would be in reverse: If they were +120 moneyline dogs, you'd profit $12 on every $10 wagered.
You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.
Atlanta Falcons Props
Player props are some of the most exciting bets you can make, especially if you're fans of players more than teams. As you might guess, Player prop bets are wagers on the performance of just a single individual. Sportsbooks offer them for most skill-position players for a variety of stats.
Some notable Falcons props for 2021 include Matt Ryan to throw over/under a certain amount of passing yards, Calvin Ridley to catch over/under a set amount of passes, Mike Davis to score a touchdown, and more.
If you're a big believer in the Falcons in 2021, you can bet on them every Thursday, Sunday, or Monday -- but you can also bet on the long-term. Those types of bets are called futures, and they're all around end-of-season outcomes.
Some Falcons futures that might catch your eye include Matt Ryan to lead the league in passing yards, the Falcons to win the NFC South, and more.