Devonta Freeman makes a Bold Prediction before 2018 Season
Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman makes a bold, yet awesome, statement.
Who says it’s too early for 2018 Predictions?
Atlanta Falcons Running Back, Devonta Freeman, made a bold early prediction seven months before the 2018 regular season begins and it’s a prediction that will definitely get Falcons fans pumped for the season.
Here is what Freeman tweeted…
Now, every team has the goal of hoisting the Lombardi trophy at the end of every season, so Devonta’s tweet shouldn’t come as a surprise.
However, for many Falcons fans, there is special meaning behind this tweet because of where the last game of the 2018 season will be played next February.
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Super Bowl 53 will be played in Mercedes Benz Stadium next February and the Falcons have some of the best odds of any team to get there.
Falcons fans should definitely be optimistic about Atlanta’s chances.
Though not explosive as they were in 2016, the Falcons finished with a Top 10 offense and with Steve Sarkisian having another full offseason under his belt, should be better in year two.
The Falcons defense were arguably one of the best defenses in the NFL this year. They flew under the radar. With Pro Bowlers Deion Jones, Keanu Neal and future Pro Bowler, Grady Jarrett leading the charge, this unit will be scary good again next year.
The Falcons were one Julio Jones drop in the endzone away from beating the current Super Bowl champs, Philadelphia Eagles, and possibly making it to Minnesota to play in Super Bowl 52.
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The Falcons will once again be one of the best teams in the NFL next year and if they end up making it to the last game of the year and winning it, it will no doubt be the greatest moment in the history of Atlanta sports.