No more 4th quarters where the lead is squandered. Finish the job.
The Falcons had a 24-17 lead over Seattle at the five minute mark of the fourth quarter, only to give up two late scores which led a loss in a key matchup. A 27-10 lead late in the second quarter against the Chargers evaporated after a 23-3 scoring run for San Diego in which they sealed the deal in overtime.
For those who are consistent Falcons fans, I have no need to even bring up the amount of blown leads in 2015. Something that was a constant occurrence.
The Falcons just need to close the deal. Playing veteran QBs such as Russell Wilson and Philip Rivers are days when you need to not shut the door on the opponent, but slam it. Against Green Bay, the Falcons needs to play for all four quarters and get the job done.